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Irritated Genie Live in Toronto 2018 ! Umar Johnson Cancelled w/o Notice

December 23, 2017

The Global Afrikan Communities Network is honoured to announce the return of the Prince of Pan-Afrikanism, Dr. Umar Johnson!
Back by popular demand, Toronto will be hosting the event at 1677 Wilson Avenue, on Sunday, February 25th, 2018 at the Toronto Plaza Hotel.
Dr. Umar Johnson is a certified school psychologist with a PHD in clinical psychology along with three undergrad degrees including political science. He is actively working towards the betterment of the Afrikan diaspora by uniting black people to help us eradicate issues that have been passed down generationally through, colonialism, the impact of white supremacy and negative mental indoctrination. Dr. Umar Johnson pushes a Pan- Afrikan movement because he believes it is high-time we come together to effectively work towards the positive progression of Afrikan people. With Toronto being the most diverse city in this world with more than half its population born outside of Canada, it should be our duty to attend this lectured event. From the continent to the Caribbean, lets show our support by representing the true essence of black love and unity. Dr. Umar Johnson is the epitome of leadership and Pan-Afrikanism. Please show your support by purchasing a ticket. Tell a friend to tell a friend, your entire family is welcome. It’s a Black History Month event you don’t want to miss out on! Join your brothers and sisters and help us welcome Dr. Umar Johnson.

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Toronto PanAfrican Movie Night – The Birth of a Nation

November 19, 2016

As a community, let’s support this movie and any other future Black directors that are trying to uplift/enlighten our people to the masses; by coming out Tomorrow on Saturday November 19th, 2016 at Kingsway Theatre at 3030 Bloor St. W Toronto, ON. M8X1C4 right off TTC Subway Line 2 Royal York Exit; to relax, enjoy, critique, bond, and analyze this movie and our current situation as a people in #Toronto, our approach we should take in these current matters and go from there.

GACN 2018