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13 May 2019

Explore Humanity's Sacred Bond To Mother Nature With Kira, The Path | La Voie At Luminato 2019

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KIRA celebrates humanity as one village, and its sacred bond to Mother Nature in this evocative work of dance, live percussion, and chants by renowned Guinean artist Fara Tolno.

03 May 2019

Buddies Closes Its 40th Anniversary Celebrations With Lilies

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When Lilies; Or, the Revival of a Romantic Drama opens at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre it will be the fulfillment of Ryan G. Hinds’ dream.

29 Apr 2019

Love Gets Gritty In Tayari Jones' "An American Marriage"

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There probably hasn’t been a book that has sparked as much debate or emotion at one of our monthly book club meetings as An American Marriage by Tayari Jones.

19 Apr 2019

Therapist Says Forgiveness Is Key To Healing

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Dr. Joan Samuels-Dennis is a forgiveness therapist from Brampton, Ontario. Forgiveness is a conscious, deliberate decision to release feelings of resentment or vengeance toward a person or a group of people. “In my sessions, I help clients release wrongs done to them, that have rooted itself in their belief system.”

15 Apr 2019

Why We Still Need To Talk About Hair

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A pitch for a new film came across our desk recently called ShoeGazer. But the film is about black hair, so the title left us wanting to learn more. ShoeGazer won the official selection for this year’s Toronto ACTRA Women’s Committee’s Short Film Creation Lab. The all female team is using Indiegogo to raise $3,000 to finish production. The story follows Sydney, who, in the midst of a quarter-life-crisis, bumps into her perfect-on-paper ex-boyfriend. It's awkward. How could it not be, especially since Sydney still doesn't know what exactly went wrong between them. So she summons her ovaries and finds the…

29 Mar 2019

"The story goes beyond race and really speaks to the human condition." Ordena Stephens-Thompson plays Rose in August Wilson's Fences.

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Photo by Dahlia Katz | Ordena Stephens-Thompson as Rose in Fences

20 Mar 2019

Diggstown Star Vinessa Antoine Is Flipping The Script On The 'Strong Black Lead'

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When news broke last year that CBC was looking for “Canada’s Kerry Washington” to star in the new crime show Diggstown, the excitement about this historic role was palpable.

13 Mar 2019

Our Fathers, Sons, Lovers and Little Brothers: Holding a Safe Space for Black Bodies

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On the day Makambe K. Simamba was born in Zambia, Nelson Mandela was visiting the country for the first time since his release from prison. It was the voice of men like Mandela and Malcolm X that made up the soundtrack of her childhood. Born in Zambia and raised in Guyana, Virgin Islands, and the Cayman Islands, this 29 year old storyteller has been exposed to many cultures and people. After high school, Makambe left the islands for Canada and took up theatre at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta.

11 Mar 2019

Collective Of Black Dancers Created Lasting Impressions In Canada

Skin symbolizes identity — its colour, shade and texture influences cultural currency and, by extension, self-identity. When we know who we are, we can honour where we come from and we can dance in our own skins with pride and passion.

05 Mar 2019

Bestselling Author, Angie Thomas, Gives a Voice to the Voiceless

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The brisk cold air and the light dusting of snow could not stop the over 400 people who came to see renowned two-time bestselling author Angie Thomas at the Rose Theatre last night in Toronto.  Though the room was filled with both young and old book lovers of all backgrounds and ethnicities, Thomas made one thing clear, Black voices and Black stories matter. 

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