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This is an emerging subject area. We aim to bridge the knowledge and service gap with critical research and partnerships centring Disability Justice and the unique experiences of Black Canadians with disabilities.
ASE is well positioned to support organizations that work with Black clients, as well as Black Canadians with disabilities. We are focused on working to collectively advance their overall well-being, economic engagement, and full participation.
ASE Community Foundation is committed to partnering with community and institutional partners to mobilize research and services to develop a holistic understanding of the intersectional experiences of Black Canadians with disabilities; as well as develop inclusive and culturally responsive services.
The Black Diaspora in Canada, including individual and collective experiences are uniquely diverse and intersectional. This also includes Black folk with disabilities- both visible and invisible ( medical, learning, & mental health).
ASE approaches, definitions, and policies are rooted in lived intersectional experiences and Black-led research and community, and will be reviewed and updated periodically.
Our values, strategic gaols, Policies, and work is grounded in these Equity seeking Approaches and concepts, centering Blackness and Disability Justice.
Identifying nation-wide research , policy, services, and community networks, and research projects that also investigate (or may include) the intersectional experiences of being black, living with disabilities, and other identities in Canada.
ASE Community Foundation for Black Canadians with Disabilities
Across Canada, located in Greater Toronto Area
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