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We envision Black people with disabilities fully engaged and thriving within an equitable society that embraces our unique talents and empowers our success.
Our mission is to disrupt disparities at t he intersection of Blackness, disability, and gender, driving a cultural shift that supports the collective liberation of our community.
We cultivate access for all through education and awareness, collaborative knowledge sharing, research and policy, and youth empowerment anchored in a national Black Accessibility Knowledge Hub.
We acknowledge The land we are meeting on is the traditional territory of many nations and is home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Mètis peoples. We acknowledge that Toronto is covered by Treaty 13 with the Mississauga of the Credit.
We also acknowledge all Treaty peoples - including all settlers, migrants, and those of us who came here involuntarily as a result of the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade. We also pay tribute to our ancestors of African origin and descent.
This personal land acknowledgement is a small act of reconciliation, honouring the land and Indigenous Heritage, which dates back over 10,000 years.
ASE Community Foundation for Black Canadians with Disabilities
Across Canada, located in Greater Toronto Area
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