Tabono Institute is an incorporated non-profit, community based research, public policy, archiving and capacity building institute. We are committed to supporting the priorities of the Afrikan community in Canada and internationally.
In 2012 we adopted the “Afrikan Peoples’ Liberation Charter: An Action Framework”. It is a living document which will evolve as we as an organization evolves.» Read More
Our mission is to support and advance the collective interests and priorities of the Afrikan community in Canada and internationally by increasing awareness and building community capacity through research and community programming excellence related to important social, political, economic and cultural issues.» Read More
Tabono is committed to promoting Afrikan centred values, analyses and work. Our core community focus is on collaboration, accountability, meaningful involvement, equity and capacity building service excellence. We are committed to providing serious, high quality academic and public policy work in partnership with diverse sectors of the broader community. Our approach is anti-oppressive, ant-racist and multidisciplinary.» Read More
BLACK COMMUNITY AGENDA (BCA)
BCA was initiated by Tabono Institute. It is a coalition of African Canadian organizations and community members, focused on demanding equity, fairness and accountability for systemic issues of racism, structural poverty, state violence and exclusion as they pertain to the African Canadian community. BCA is also prioritizing community capacity building and self-determination. Get involved. Act. Organize. Engage, like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/theblackcommunityagenda» Read More