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Our Programs

Robotics Club
 
When: Saturdays from 3pm to 6pm (excluding Holidays)
Cost: Free 
Contact: stem@wibca.org
 
 
 
 
Saturday Morning Tutorials.
 
When: Saturdays from 10am to noon (excluding Holidays)
Cost: Free 
Contact: education@wibca.org
 
 
Seniors Surf – A program teaching Seniors technology offered via ZOOM.
 
When:  March – July 2021
Cost: Free 
Contact: admin@wibca.org
 
Registration
 
 
 
Seniors Fit – A program facilitating fitness classes for Seniors via ZOOM.
 
When: Each and every Friday from 12:30-1:15pm
Cost: Free 
Contact: admin@wibca.org
 
 
 
WIBCA’s annual Scholarships program.
 
Contact: admin@wibca.org
 
 
Empowered Women Scholarship
 
Contact: admin@wibca.org
 
 
 
 
Black Girls Gather – A Book Club.
 
⏳REGISTRATION PERIOD⏳: July 12 – September 1st
For more information contact: blackgirlsgather@wibca.org
 
 
 
WIBCA Youth/Mentoring Group
 
Mission is to engage, encourage and empower youth through educational programming and workshops promoting leadership and mentoring opportunities as well as community activism.
 
For more information contact: youth.mentoring@wibca.org
 
 

Confronting Racism Discussion Group

CRDG is a discussion group committed to confronting racism in ourselves, our community, and our world by listening to BIPOC voices in anti-racism literature, films, podcasts, etc., with the ultimate goal of empowering Black, Indigenous and people of colour. To avoid learning in a white vacuum, we have our partner group of BIPOC community members who cover the same material and are available to answer questions that may arise, but do not attend the Zoom discussions. CRDG is hosted by the West-Island Black Community Association Inc.
 

FOUNDATIONAL IDEAS

  1. This group is not a place to pat yourself on the back for being a “good white person.” The ultimate goal is always about empowering the BIPOC community, rather than focusing on alleviating our own white guilt. 
  2. Educating ourselves with existing resources, instead of relying on oppressed persons to do the work of teaching us.
  3. Always listening, questioning our own thoughts, and understanding anti-racism is life-long work.
 
WHO
White folx and those who may have not experienced being part of a minority group who are invested in working towards racial justice, beginning by confronting their own biases through education. The discussions are held in English and for those over 18 years old.
 
WHAT
Set up like a book club, but not limited to books. Monthly content is voted on by the group with material ranging from documentaries, anti-racism books, biographies, articles, films, podcasts, etc. We recommended first reading White Fragility or White Supremacy and Me to bring a level of self-reflection to the other material covered – but this is not required before starting!
 
WHERE & WHEN
Zoom meetings on the first Tuesday of every month from 18h30-20h
 
COST
Membership to the West-Island Black Community Association ($20 for students/seniors, $30 for adults) and providing your own copy of the material covered for the month. If you are unable to make this financial contribution but are interested in the group, please still register and reach out to us via crdg@wibca.org.
 
REGISTER
bit.ly/CRDGregistration or on our Facebook Group facebook.com/CRDGmtl
 

WIBCA’s FREE Legal Clinic

PURPOSE: To provide legal resources to members of the community through a hotline service.

For more information: admin@wibca.org

Staying Power – A Black Women’s Support Group

A support group for women of African/Canadian descent who are interested and committed to coming together twice a month to share their experiences, challenges, and ways they are both living and coping with the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
WHERE: Zoom meetings until regulations allow meetings of larger groups.
 
WHEN: The first and second Wednesday of every month from 8-9:30pm. The first meeting is on Wednesday, January 13th 2021.
 
COST: Free
 
Digital Registration Form: