Sway catches up with Natnael F. Alemayehu, a young entrepreneur, community activist and emerging Toronto filmmaker as he reflects on Black History Month and more.
The Soweto Gospel Choir of South Africa will make a triumphant return to Toronto in back-to-back concerts at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts on February 24th and 25th.
Multi-talented artist Shelley Hamilton discusses her one-woman play ‘A New Hope’ and a performance with the Passages to Canada Speakers Bureau.
The Ontario Liberal caucus helped celebrate Black History Month at Queen’s Park on Wednesday, February 22nd.
Sway catches up with the busy community builder as she welcomes a new challenge: the Toronto 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games.
Gwyn Chapman’s Canadian Black Caucus recently held its third Obama Day Celebration at the Holy Trinity Church in downtown Toronto.
Scarborough activist Lawrence Dawkins reflects on the high rate of crime among black youth in the City of Toronto.
Passionate and outspoken “queer survivor” Crosby tells Sway about her involvement with The People Project and her rare experience working with the likes of d’bi young.
Akwasi Owusu-Bempah is co-author of a new study, Whitewashing Criminal Justice in Canada: Preventing Research through Data Suppression.
The William Doo Auditorium at the University of Toronto was host to an exciting, student-run event Decolonizing Our Minds 2012: People’s Instinctive Travels Through Resistance
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