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Aya Warrior Group

Thank you ASE for sharing this opportunity with Parents Against Racism Simcoe County.  We recognize the diverse intersectional experiences of our community.
 
 

We are a “Wayfinding” Organization focused on: Black Canadians with Disabilities & the communities that serve them.

 We aim to work with partners, researchers, and individuals across Canada to identify gaps and build capacity of our community.

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ASE Community will be holding our virtual “Aya Warrior Group”, a biweekly community drop in series starting next Wednesday, November 17 from 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM (EST)!
 
This AYA Warrior Group is a virtual, biweekly drop-in session open to Black people with disabilities to connect with one another during this COVID-19 transition, share resources, and talk about the experience of living at the intersection of disability and Blackness.
 
Registration is required and can be done on our website at http://asecommunityfoundation.com/aya-warrior-group. We are excited to see you there!
 
If you have any questions/concerns, please email us at connect@asecommunityfoundation.com. Connect with us and share the news about this amazing group on TwitterFacebookLinkedIn, and Instagram.
 
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