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Ye oso move
Soo dhawoow
Ilo la
أهلا و سهلا


The Organization strives to create opportunities for access and full participation of members of the African community in all aspects of society including economic, social, cultural and educational endeavors and contribute to the holistic development and wellness of the African individual, family and community. Essentially, our motto is prosperity through hard work and cooperation.

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African Centre Case Study Report

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Africa Centre Youth Empowerment Group Website

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Men's Conversation Cafe- The Dialogue Continues Oct 17, 2015 at 12pm



TheComeUp-Youth Empowerment Initiative Conference October 24, 2015 at 8:30am

Africa Centre would like to invite you to #TheComeUp: Youth Empowerment Initiative, being held on October 24th 2015 at the University of Alberta in the Education Building (North) on the 4th Floor.

Led by Edmonton-based African and Caribbean post-secondary and high school students—this event presents the city’s first youth-led conference designed to address issues and challenges, societal barriers and experiences faced by Black and other marginalized ethnocultural youth articulated to us over the past two years as:  

§          Education and Career Development

§          Self and Community Empowerment

§           Decolonization of the Self

§           Equity across our diverse natured Identities

       With the use of an open platform, participants of all ages will not only be able to explore the multifaceted societal challenges faced across communities, but also express and formulate solutions by youth, for youth.   

Date:                    Saturday, October 24, 2015

Time:                    8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Venue:                 University of Alberta