The virtual concert can be viewed on the You Tune channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAdTGMmBd-GDNmtCAtEHjqQ and will also be streamed LIVE on:
We’ve replenished our stock and now also have white #BLACKLIVESMATTER fundraiser T-shirts on hand as well.
If you have already reserved your merchandise, we will be open @ WIBCA (48C, 4th ave. South, Roxboro H8Y 2M2) for a pick up /payment this Saturday, July 4th between 10am & noon.
**Social distancing will be respected**
Exact cash, cheques or e-transfers will be accepted on-site.
Please message us on FB or email firstname.lastname@example.org placing your orders in in advance if feasible.
WIBCA would like to take this opportunity to thank our guest panelists, poets, moderator, elected officials, law-enforcement and our community at large for the overwhelming participation at WIBCA’s 1st virtual Town Hall meeting.
Our objectives set forth were accomplished and we will continue to mobilize as we prepare for a follow up Town Hall with a date TBD.
In the interim, we will take the necessary time to review/address all the correspondences in the FB chat along with gathering any questions which (due to time constraints) may not have been addressed during the Town Hall.
We would also like to thank the generous feedback received from many of our allies and greatly appreciate all of the volunteer requests and donations received to date.
Interested in becoming a WIBCA member?
Want to be a volunteer?
Interested in joining one of our committees?
Want to know more about our programs/workshops?
Sunday, June 7th at 7pm ~ Via ZOOM https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83958516849?pwd=c0dTWEZOb1ZCRDN2THNNNWtPQUJmUT09
Meeting ID: 839 5851 6849 Password: 585164
AND FACEBOOK LIVE https://www.facebook.com/WIBCA/
With ELYSIA BRYAN-BAYNE as moderator.
The meeting will be conducted in English, supporting questions in both official languages.
To create a safe and open platform for Black Citizens, in particular Black Youths, to speak to the effects that SYSTEMIC & OVERT RACISM has on them as individuals and their community as a whole. We will be encouraging participants to share their experiences, feeling and concerns to public representatives i.e. our local politicians and law-enforcement.
We have invited professionals from the Black community in the areas of Mental Health; Education; the Arts; Justice; Social Services; Journalism and community development to address the impact that racism, toward POC has on the communities they work with and serve. Particular attention will be paid to the most recent incidences of police brutality in the US and here in Canada,
We will also be inviting other Black Community organizations to weigh in on the topic and to propose recommendations and possible solutions.
We look forward to your involvement and support as we move towards justice and equality for all of us.
For more information please email us at email@example.com
All information along with the application form can be found HERE
WIBCA welcomes our community (women 18+) to register for FREE Kickboxing & Self-Defense workshops coordinated twice a week each Monday and Wednesday.
All you’ll need is your bottle of water, a towel and be ready to sweat!
WHEN: Every Monday & Wednesday from 8:30-7:30pm
WHERE: WIBCA – 48C, 4th Ave South Roxboro
REGISTER: firstname.lastname@example.org or 514.683.3925
Anyone for Tea?
Please join the West Island Black Community Association (WIBCA) for our annual Tea Party Fundraiser.
The event will also entail:
-A Big Hats & Tea Cups competition
-Raffle & Door prizes
Date: Sunday, April 26th 2020.
Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Location: Marcel Morin Community Center – 14068 Gouin Blvd. West Pierrefonds, QC H8Z 1Y1
Tickets: 514.683.3925 or email@example.com