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Our Events

STARTING 25TH JULY 2022

The Link-Up

“The Link-Up” drop-in sessions aim to provide a safe space for Black girls and young women to explore their authentic Blackness. As well as support towards the overall well-being of Black Female youth in the region.

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SEPTEMBER 21, 2022 AND SEPTEMBER 28, 2022

Identifying Systemic Barriers

To Equitable Services for Niagara’s Black Community

FBF is hosting a roundtable for Niagara Region’s service providers to explore ways in which the programs and services they offer can be more culturally relevant and responsive to the specific needs of the Black community.

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SEPTEMBER 10, 2022 - NOVEMBER 30, 2022

Financial Wellbeing for BIPOC High Schoolers

This bi-weekly program will introduce the basics of financial literacy and wellbeing to Black female youth aged 16-22 in the Niagara Region to equip them with essential skills and knowledge to begin and sustain mutually beneficial relationships with their respective banking institutions.

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JULY 25 - 29, 2022 AND AUGUST 8 - 12, 2022

BIPOC Girls Summer Program

The Future Black Female BIPOC GIRLS SUMMER PROGRAM will focus on FBF’s three pillars of wellbeing: Mental Health; Financial Literacy; and Career and Education Pathways. The program will incorporate an understanding of Black, Indigenous, People of Colour (BIPOC) female experiences; mental health prevention and treatment; financial wellbeing; social justice; gaining employment and charting a future career.

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NOVEMBER 1-4, 2022

Creating Pathways for the Black Gen Z Workforce

Over the four days, the overall objective is to provide strategies for equity and inclusion of Black female youth in the workforce; and to ensure that their careers kick off in nurturing and safe environments where they can feel empowered to contribute in meaningful ways.

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