In what will certainly be a summer of empowerment, enlightenment, and advancement the Nubian Book Club (NBC) continues its tradition of using literacy as a tool of engagement. Summer 2022 will mark the 14th year anniversary of the NBC and it continues to fulfil its motto to, “Inspire and Be Inspired!”
At the National Summit on Islamophobia, jeewan spoke on a panel the impact of Islamophobia across the country with a focus on K-12 education. He was a part of a panel with the Mayor of Calgary Naheed Nenshi, writer/speaker Marzia Hassan, Commissaire Bochra Manai and the panel was hosted by Carol Saab, CEO, Federation of Canadian Municipalities. For more information…
Transforming Education: Promises and Challenges of Changing Education for the Most Marginalized Students Featuring jeewan chanicka(CEO/ Super intendent international American School)
The Official 2018 South Asian Heritage Month Poster is out!! Congratulations to all of our features for being nominated as leaders in Civic Engagement!
The United Way’s Peel chapter hosted a panel discussion in Brampton on Wednesday, Jan. 24 aimed at bridging hard-to-discuss, or “taboo” issues within the region’s South Asian community.
The Unity Rally was held after a Toronto Nationalist Rally was anticipated to be held at the University of Toronto in September.
Hundreds of people gathered at the Ontario legislature Sunday for a rally to protest racism. The demonstrators braved heavy rains to speak out against white supremacy and the far right. After hearing speeches the protesters held a march.
Youth Radicalization – New and Emerging Challenges 2nd Annual Conference Report by Midaynta
About 200 people packed a ballroom in downtown’s 519 Centre on Friday, June 24, for an unprecedented coming together of Toronto’s LGBTQ and Muslim communities. The night was dedicated to the victims of the deadly mass shooting in Orlando.
The Organizing Committee Against Islamophobia’s Sarah Ali addresses the gathered crowd at Nathan Phillips Square on Saturday, March 4 during a counter-demonstration mounted against a planned anti-Muslim event by the Canadian Coalition of Concerned Citizens. – Staff/Metroland