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OCT

14

Lukumi, a Dub Opera

Catch the last shows at Tarragon this Saturday

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African-Jamaican dubpoet, playwright-performer & arts-educator d'bi.young anitafrika, explores an Afrofuturist world set in a post-apocalyptic Toronto.

OCT

Movement In Time

An explosive collection of work by seven Toronto companies

dance Immersion presents a Movement In Time a celebration of Canada's 150th anniversary, highlighting the many voices of Canada’s rich dance legacy from the African Diaspora.

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14

Q&A with Zainab Bologun

Star of "The Royal Hibiscus Hotel"

SEP

8

I recently caught up with Nigerian actress Zainab Bologun to chat about her recent experience at TIFF promoting her film The Royal Hibiscus Hotel.

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OCT

14

Music of Mali by Trio da Kali

Saturday at the Aga Khan Museum

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Discover the rich West African griot tradition of storytelling through words and music with Trio Da Kali, dubbed a “Malian griot supergroup” by the UK’s Guardian newspaper.

Nov

Caliban at 20 Jazz Project

Catch the last two parts featuring Monk & Dizzy

Caliban Arts speaks to diversity, critical cultural theory, creative diverse, artistic designs and presentations. Caliban aims to develop and program creative projects which aim to enlighten and engage our audiences.

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11

The Walrus Talks: Africa's Next Generation

See our coverage of the series' Toronto leg

SEP

8

Africa and Canada’s best and brightest came out to offer thoughtful dialogue on how to shape the Continent’s future.

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A coalition of African-Nova Scotian groups is urging the province and Canadian government to make reparations to blacks for the enslavement of African people between the 16th and 19th centuries.

~ Source: cbc.ca

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~ Source: pridenews.ca

Several African Canadian human rights and workers’ rights activists in the country have welcomed the recommendations of the recently released UN Report on People of African Descent in Canada.

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