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 thisContinue reading “THE SUEDE MANIFESTO AND CANADA’S QUEEN OF STYLE SUZANNE BOYD”
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,Continue reading “THE COLOURED CORPS FOUGHT WITH DISTINCTION AT THE BATTLE OF QUEENSTON HEIGHTS AND AT FORT GEORGE”
Four soldiers with the Canadian Corps during the First World War. (Canadian War Museum, George Metcalf Archival Collection)
Updated 11.10.2022 @ 10:43 – NEW DATE FOR EVENT *Date change from November 10, 22022 to new date November 25, 2022 (TO.ON. VLPress 11.4.2022 @ 06:30 EST) It was in the 1950s when Canada’s Negros began to be called ‘Black.’ Up until that time, Negro or Coloured was the identity used by today’s ‘Blacks.’ TheContinue reading “MEDIA BUZZ ALERT | THIS REMEMBRANCE, WE HONOUR OUR VETERANS IN THEIR NAME | THE HISTORIC NEGRO VETERANS VILLAGE CALL FOR PARTNERS PROPOSAL”
On Saturday, September 24, 2022 inside the Apostles Continuation Hall, the Ghanaian News in collaboration with the Ewe Association of Canada hosted a special event titled ‘The Royal Dinner & Durbar in honour of Togbi Nyaho Tamakloe VI, King (Miafiaga of Anlo Kingdom)’ inside the Apostles’ Continuation Hall, Etobicoke. It featured profound speakers with impactfulContinue reading “TORONTO GREETS GHANAIAN KING OF ANLO KINGDOM”
This post is an Essay on Black Skin White Mask and Identity in the Modern Era.