Author Archives: Admin

29 Apr
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Nicole Waldron (Toronto, Ontario)

Social Activist and Change Agent To the next Generation: “Volunteer and give back to society and you will inevitably be giving back to yourself. Walk daily in humility. Each day your best is different, your job is to get up ...

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29 Apr
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Natasha Henry (Toronto, Ontario)

President of the Ontario Black History Society. Educator, Author, Historian, and Curriculum Consultant. To the next Generation: “My advice to the next generation is “do you” with confidence and pride, believe in yourself, strive for excellence in everything you do, ...

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29 Apr
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Millicent Olayinka Olu-Cole (Whitby, Ontario)

Maternal Newborn Registered Nurse To the next Generation: “Strive for excellence in whatever you are doing and don’t give up. To be successful requires lots of patience. Live your best life.”

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29 Apr
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Michelle McCullock  (aka Michie Mee) (Toronto, Ontario)

The first Canadian Hip-Hop Recording Artist to sign an American Major Record deal To the next Generation: “1. Nurture your talent. 2. Save your money, it will save you. 3. Believe.”

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29 Apr
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Mavis Ashbourne-Palmer (Regina, Saskatchewan)

Community Leader and Advocate To the next Generation: “While working for the betterment of your community, try not to leave anyone behind. Always surround yourself with people who are helpful and positive.. I beg of you, please respect your parents ...

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29 Apr
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Marie Clarke Walker (Ottawa, Ontario)

A proud Black woman, Mom, Activist and Secretary Treasurer of the largest Labour organization in Canada. To the next Generation: “Treat others the way you want to be treated, with respect not tolerance. Working together in solidarity gets better results.”

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29 Apr
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Dr. Marcia Annisette (Toronto, Ontario)

Mother,  Scholar, Teacher and Friend To the next Generation: “Seek financial literacy. This is the language of the truly free”

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29 Apr
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Mante Molepo (Ottawa, Ontario)

A Lawyer with a passion for international trade and food law. An Advocate, committed to fighting systemic discrimination, and a Mother who wants her children to realize their true potential in this world. To the next Generation: “Be willing to ...

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29 Apr
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Dr. Lynn Jones (Halifax, Nova Scotia)

A life-long Civil and Human Rights Activist, Educator, Community and Labour Activist and Speaker. To the next Generation: “Love AfriKa – Love thyself”

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29 Apr
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Dr. Lisa Robinson (Toronto, Ontario)

Physician-Scientist at the Hospital for Sick Children Chief Diversity Officer for the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. To the next Generation: “Even the most accomplished people to whom we look up would not have achieved what they ...

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