THE RESET COMMUNITY
Providing sustainable solutions through cultural collaboration
By redefining the global narratives with a culture reset. We are independent based and our work is supported through kind donations, courses, events, workshops and partnerships.
What We Do
We conduct fact based and clinical research into institutional racism, policy and economic development
We provide courses, workshops, seminars, and events for the community to advance businesses, arts and culture
We provide sustainable partnerships through cultural collaboration with cultural disruptors. This includes the Melanin Economic Cultural Fund
Why You’ll Love Us
There is never been a better time to live sustainable. Working with nature and the environment. We’re coming into a fantastic time for cultural collaborations with cultural disruptors
- Business and Community Oriented
- Marketplace with Neighbourhood Dispatch Services
- Cultural Disruptors
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It was the early 2000s and for the first time Melanated women were being recognized on a larger scale internationally in film, fashion, music and art. Corporations were rolling the beginning of their diversity platforms and Canada’s Suzanne Boyd was right their at the forefront of it all. A style fashionista then and to this…
The Coloured Corps (also known as Runchey’s Company of Coloured Men, or Black Corps) was a militia company of Black men raised during the War of 1812. Created in Upper Canada, where enslavement had been limited in 1793, the corps was composed of free and enslaved Black men. Many were veterans of the American Revolution,…
The Coloured Corps, a British unit comprised of black troops, fought with distinction against the Americans, both at Queenston Heights and Fort George. From their perspective, the stakes were high: they fought not just to defend their homes but to preserve their freedom. “Did our coloured brethren hail [the Americans’] approach? No! On the contrary,…
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