HALIFAX AFRICAN YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

We all have a common duty to find a way to build a strong and diverse community.
Now is the time to act and be part of the change. Remember, there is another level with your name on it, share your full potential.
Join us to be part of the change as a Connector.

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Our Mission

To create a centralized hub where African descent feel united. To shape the legacy of our community by inspiring the next generation of leaders.

Values

Build and sustain a diverse community inspired by culture
and tradition. Develop leadership capabilities and inspire young generation.

 

Networking

Promote success stories and share experiences through networking, mentorship and community involvement. 

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African descent Decade 2015-2024

To celebrate this decade, the HAYP represent African descent whose human rights must be promoted and protected.
We support and inspire young professionals.

We all have a common duty to find a way to build a strong and diverse community.Now is the time to act and be part of the change. Remember, there is another level with your name on it, share your full potential.
Join us to be part of the change as a Connector.

Get involved

Together we have power, please join African Young Professionals network.
"The most common way people give up their power is thinking that they don’t have any "Alice Walker

Now is the time to act and be part of the change.

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Mutcho radio

Our commitment is to connect community members from different  experiences and voices.

TURN AROUND LISTENING TO DIFFERENT VOICES, DIFFERENT LANGUAGES, SEE DIFFERENT FACES, THIS IS MY COMMUNITY. THIS IS DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION. Streaming Mutcho Radio

Mutcho Magazine

We design a new magazine from interviews on Mutcho radio. The first Multimedia Magazine in Halifax. READ / LISTEN / FLIP. Use a QR code to listen from your printed Magazine. We are looking for volunteers to write a page from an audio mp3. mutchoradio@gmail.com

Mutcho culture

Mutcho Cultural Group is a Non profit association that promotes African cultural expressions. We have talents in our community, dancers, drummers, musicians, artists. Let's work together to organize  workshop, events and showcase talents.

The power to make an impact

What is Canada Service Corps
A national movement to build a culture of volunteer service
that empowers young Canadians to make an impact.

Why get involved

Gain experience and build your skills, while giving back to your community with other young Canadians.

CHANGE IS POSSIBLE
You don't need to be big to have good idea. Bigness has nothing to do with greatness.
www.oneyoungworld.com

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WOMEN DELIVER CANADA 2019

Here We Are Here: Black Canadian Contemporary Art

ARTS

Artists: Sandra Brewster, Chantal Gibson, Sylvia D. Hamilton, Bushra Junaid, Charmaine Lurch, Esmaa Mohamoud, Michèle Pearson Clarke, and Gordon Shadrach. Here We Are Here: Black Canadian Contemporary Art was developed by the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. This exhibition was curated by Dr. Julie Crooks, Assistant Curator, Art Gallery of Ontario, Dominique Fontaine, independent curator, and Dr. Silvia Forni, Curator of African Arts ...

Black Business Summit 2019

BBI

Join us as we celebrate 22 years of business excellence at the Black Business Summit 2019, Shifting Tides. Creating businesses without boundaries.
The fast-changing economic ecosystem requires that we be quick and adept in all our actions to effectively tap into opportunities locally and internationally. We as business owners and supporters must ride the wave through innovative thinking...

Michaëlle Jean is the 27th Governor General, Commander-in-Chief of Canada

We use our arts for collective impact model to empower underserved youth to transform lives and revitalize communities in Canada.

Over the last five years, more than 200,000 Canadians in over 200 communities have been involved in our programming.
Use Arts for Dialogue

http://www.fmjf.ca/en/

 

BARACK OBAMA
Peace message
to Burundian People.
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Peace song
by young Burundian artists

Amahoro/Peace

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