Effective Monday, April 11, 2022, Afropolitan Canada announces that the location of the fifth annual Women of Diversity Summit and Awards has been changed.
Please note that the event will be held at THE EGLINTON GRAND - 400 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto, ON M5N 1A2.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
You can now purchase your tickets by clicking on the link below and we hope to see you in person on May 7, 2022.
En date du 11 avril 2022, Afropolitan Canada annonce que le lieu de la cinquième édition du Women of Diversity Summit and Awards a été modifié.
Veuillez prendre note que l'événement aura lieu à THE EGLINTON GRAND - 400 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto, ON M5N 1A2.
Nous nous excusons pour la gêne occasionnée.
Vous pouvez maintenant acheter vos billets en cliquant sur le lien ci-dessous et nous espérons vous voir en personne le 7 mai 2022.
They are 54 women and all of them have incredible and inspiring backgrounds. Discover exclusively the portraits of our nominees for the 5th edition of the Women of Diversity 2022 Summit and Awards.
Elles sont 54 femmes et ont toutes des parcours incroyables et inspirants. Découvrez en exclusivité les portraits de nos nominées de la 5eme édition du sommet et Prix Femmes de la Diversité 2022.
As part of Black Mental Health Week, Afropolitan Canada is hosting three live (3) discussions on Instagram (afropolitan_canada) with members of the community on the state of Black men and women’s mental health during and post pandemic.
The conversations have the objective to unpack the challenges that Black women and men faced during the pandemic, to understand their coping mechanisms and to get tips as to how to advocate for ourselves at home, in a work environment or even with friends and family.
Two discussions will take place on March 8th from 4PM to 5PM (English) and from 6PM to 7PM (French).
The last discussion will table place on March 9th from 5PM to 6PM.
In our last capsule on Mental Health in the Black community, we address the topic of Black men and the need to take care of themselves mentally. We also explore why mental health continues to be taboo in our communities.
We hope you enjoyed watching our capsules. Afropolitan Canada will continue to tackle this topic and encourage folks to seek professional support. #MentalHealthisHealth.
Thanks to CEE Centre for Young Black Professionals for their support.
In this second video on Blacks' Mental Health During the pandemic, our speakers discuss how the topic of mental health was approached in their circles before the pandemic versus now.
Thanks to the support of CEE Centre for Young Black Professionals, Afropolitan Canada is addressing mental health stigma in the African and Caribbean communities.
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