Toronto. July 20th, 2017
Dear Members and Friends
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
African Canadian Community Coalition Raises Serious Concerns
About Black Experience Project Report
Since November 2016, JCA’s Director Responsible for Advocacy, Yolande Davidson, has been engaged in advocacy around the completion of the Black Experience Project (BEP), and in particular the final report, as part of a small coalition of community members that includes members of the Tabono Institute.
Attached is a press release to which JCA is party, regarding the release of the final BEP report and next steps being planned by the coalition. The release details about a community research forum that the JCA Director Responsible for Advocacy and Tabono Institute are planning for fall 2017 to delve deeper into the BEP findings, fill in the gaps in the report and land on concrete next steps to leverage this research for the benefit of the community.
If you have questions or comments, please contact Director/Advocacy Lead
Yolande at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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