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Canadian Black Charities - This article on Black Charities in Canada was updated on November 27, 2020 These are some incredible times we are living in.  There hasn't been this level of attention on black issues and the overall black community in Canada in over 50 years. What makes this fact even more noteworthy is that...

Digital Divide & Digital Inequality By Janelle Whitehead Thanks to COVID-19, the Digital Divide has been a ‘hot topic’ of conversation in many countries and communities. The stark reality for many nations, was that citizens existed without access to broadband services and the necessary technological means, at a time when remote access had become critical to economic...

Black Mental Health in Canada Stigma, Misunderstanding and Silence Within the African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) community in Canada, those struggling with mental health issues are usually forced to do so in abject silence.  Deep and entrenched misunderstandings and cultural taboos have led us to erect self-imposed barriers to accessing help and safe spaces to heal.  These...

Donald Moore Canada is proud to announce our new Computer Donation Program. By donating your old computers and peripherals, you are helping underprivileged children and families in the black community to get equal access to digital resources.  Whether you're an individual or a business, donate your surplus or old computers and we'll put them back to...

Moving to a new country takes fortitude. The idea of trading a place one called home to start anew is a notion fraught with expectation, anticipation, fear and even disappointment depending on the dream you have or what you believed to be the reality of your intended destination. 2020 was a ‘craze’ setting year in...

Effects of Covid 19 on the Black Community It has become clear to anyone that is paying attention that black Canadians are disproportionately impacted by the Novel Coronavirus.  The claim that COVID-19 and the social and medical response to it are not discriminatory is contradictory to the history of pandemics and those most affected by them. Since...