1 day. 3 keynotes. 5 presentations. Bring your ideas, challenge your thinking. The Ajax Diversity Exchange is a positive space created by the Town of Ajax to facilitate nuanced and thought-provoking conversations about intentional inclusion and equity issues impacting our community. More details here!
Noire Girls Plans is excited to announce their "Blooming" picnic event (social distanced, of course). They have teamed up with Julia, founder of Toronto Plant Girl, to bring you a decadent picnic to end off the summer on a high note and enter this new season feeling recharged & realigned.
Extra Gravy is doing a podcast picnic! Clear your schedule and join them on Sept. 5th!
Welcome back to WOCDC's Confab: an open safe space to learn, unlearn, connect, express your feelings, and share a rant ( or two). As Black, Indigenous and Womxn of Colour, how has western society impacted our relationship with cultural foods? What are we doing to build and maintain healthy relationships with food and wellness? […]
WOCDC presents (Plan)tain: Cooking Up Curiosity in the Kitchen, our first virtual workshop led by Alannah from Whole Hearted Foods! About this Event WOCDC is so excited to announce our first virtual workshop! Inspired by our Food for Thought Wellness, Nutrition and You Confab, we realized that the discussion on food, culture and connection definitely needed to […]
The Womxn of Colour Durham Collective presents Girls' Night In! We'll be screening the movie Cinderella ft Brandy, Whoopi and the late great Whitney Houston. We'll also have a popping virtual concession stand and debrief time to unpack the film together as a group! This free event is curated for BIW0C (Black, Indigenous and Womxn of Colour) […]
WOCDC is back again with our sixth Confab - an open safe space to learn, unlearn, connect, express your feelings and share a rant (or two). As Black, Indigenous and People of Colour, how do we come to understand our personal identities in relation to the "Canadian identity" and what even is Canadianness? Come out […]
March 19 – May 8, 2022 HUE x RMG: Honouring Unapologetic Expression is an exhibition of photography by WOCDC, a youth-led organization in Durham Region that is run by, for, and with Black, Indigenous, and other self-identified Womxn of Colour (BIWoC). WOCDC aims to create equitable and inclusive spaces to connect and collaborate with BIWoC who […]
Get Outdoors is a two-day event that aims to promote access and inclusion to green spaces within Durham and the Greater Toronto Area by empowering BIPOC through building community, reducing ‘eco-anxiety’, and dissecting our relationships with the land. Participants can attend one day or both, curated by our facilitators, Jodianne Beckford and Jocelyne Pelletier! Community […]