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“Black Children Have To See Themselves In Books, In Movies, and on T.V.” – Alison Clarke Speaks with Tundun Adeyemo of Jacana Books

Award-winning author, Alison Clarke sat down with Tundun Adeyemo of Jacana Books to discuss her book series, "The Sisterhood" and the importance of representation in books. The Sisterhood is a young adult fantasy novel about Oppie, a sorceress’ daughter, and her best friend, Aurie, who is a dragon, and the journey they go on to save the

Kelechi Madu elected MLA Edmonton-South West

United Conservative Party candidate Kaycee Madu has been declared the winner in Edmonton-South West in a close race against John Archer of the New Democrat Party with 62 of 64 polls reporting. Mo Elsalhy of the Alberta Party was a distant third. Kaycee (45) was born and raised in the Southeastern part of Nigeria. He attended the University

Dr. Nothabo Ncube honored as 1 of 4 “Immigrant Women of Inspiration” by Canadian Immigrant magazine @canimmigrant.

Zimbabwean-Canadian medical doctor and motivational speaker, Nothabo Ncube whose journey has been a masterclass in overcoming adversity has been named 1 of 4 Immigrant Women of Inspiration by Canadian Immigrant magazine. The Canadian Immigrant’s sixth annual “Immigrant Women of Inspiration” special celebrates a group of talented, passionate

Dirka Prout is the NDP Candidate for London North Centre.

NDP party members in London North Centre, Ontario have chosen, Dirka Prout to represent the party in October’s federal election. She beat out Megan Baxter for the nomination. Dirka Prout is a successful geotechnical engineer, president of the London chapter of the Spelling Bee of Canada for the last 14 years and the first Afro-Canadian female