The Henna for Charity Stand used henna tattoos to raise money for children in need.
Articles by Osobe Waberi
For the 49-year-old owner of Atomic Age Comics, his story started when he noticed his father being drawn to the Danforth.
Diwali, known as the Festival of Light, took place Nov. 7, the day before the new year for people of the Hindu faith. Centennial College’s student association held a celebration at the East York campus, where students enjoyed traditional sweets and samosas.
The presence on social-media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Tumblr has helped the popularity of young poets and writers, attracting a greater audience to their art.
For Centennial College student Francess Cowan, 29, one thing more important than preserving her African culture is making sure her nine-year-old daughter, Acacia, does the same.
The Bad Girls Collective is a growing group of women who gather for book readings, workshops, social nights and charity events.
Kelly Fyffe-Marshall’s latest film, ‘Haven’, was screened recently at the 6th annual Toronto Black Film Festival.
The release of the Hollywood blockbuster “Black Panther” is going to give the Black Speculative Arts Movement a tremendous boost, predicted Quentin VerCetty, artist and founder of Canada’s BSAM organization. “People will be talking about [the film] for a long time, it is something we haven’t seen on screen for a long time, something we artists are trying to create in a speculative realm.”
One man has been charged, another remains in hospital after a stabbing at College subway station on Monday.