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Two Akron, Ohio-born players were among the biggest names playing in the NBA All-Star Game in nearby Cleveland on Sunday (Feb. 20), but the biggest winners may have been the charities and...
Canadian music education charity MusiCounts, an arm of the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences which presents the Juno Awards, has launched a new resource called #BlackMusicMatters: Hip...
The Slaight Family Foundation, one of Toronto’s most wide-reaching family foundations, has announced its latest charitable give of $15 million to 12 organizations across Canada, focused on...
February is Black History Month, which has origins dating back to the establishment of Negro History Week in 1926. Harvard University-educated African American historian Carter G. Woodson can...
Music has long been an agent for social change, inspiring masses and conveying messages of solidarity and hope. The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles has curated an exhibit that examines the role...
The Hockey Diversity Alliance (HDA) and Budweiser Canada have partnered on the #TapeOutHate campaign in support of eradicating racism in hockey on and off the ice. Canadians can join the movement...
Toronto singer/songwriter Rufus John has created The Freedom Marching Project, a musical, multimedia and fundraising initiative inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement and civil rights...
Toronto Raptors point guard Fred VanVleet has established a scholarship to be awarded to an incoming domestic Black or Indigenous student in the University of Toronto’s Rotman Commerce...
There are nominees from more than 35 countries for this year’s RoundTable Global Youth Awards, which celebrate young change-makers who’ve made a difference under the three global goals of...
The Belafonte Family Foundation (BFF) has been launched to create programs that enlighten, fight prejudice and foster peace in the world and within people while helping to help steer them away from...

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