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Our latest issue : Orange | Nîkihk ᓃᑭᕁ

After Blue issue | Autism and Creative Approaches and Ebony issue | Black Success, we are back to present you our Orange issue entitled Nîkihk (ᓃᑭᕁ) which means “My home” in Cree. This third edition highlights the First Nations, Métis and Inuit populations.

More than 700 Aboriginal communities live in Canada; this represents dozens and dozens of nations as well as languages and therefore, for each, its own story to tell.

Discover the story of some of the sons and daughters of these peoples!

The first issues of 2022

We are dedicating a special issue of “Black Success” to Black History!

The publication date of 19 June was not chosen at random as it marks Juneteeth in the United States, also known as National Independence Day or Freedom Day. It is a federal holiday and a public holiday to celebrate the emancipation of African-American slaves since the end of the 19th century.

In this issue, you will find many articles honouring black artists who, in our opinion, deserve to be highlighted because of their dedication, their talent, their creativity or their personality, which is not well known by the general public. Musicians, painters, fashion designers, photographers, actors… extraordinary personalities, you will be able to discover many talents in the fields you love.

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All donations received for this issue will be entirely donated to ASPIS RENCONTRES, a non-profit organization located in Quebec, whose mission is to organize weekly meetings between autistic people, their spouses and families. These meetings are open and suitable for exchanges and participation in board games.

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