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Drag Queen Storytime coming soon

Drag Queen Storytime is back! We are thrilled to partner with all the local libraries across Durham Region. For more information contact: Andrea Maenza, Coordinator, Communications and Community Relations

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Youth Pride: June 17

Youth Pride is back! Save the date: Saturday, June 17. We're finalizing all the fabulous details, but come back soon, or check us out on social media. We will be announcing details soon.

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Community Chat: Session two coming soon

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our first Community Chat in Oshawa on April 20. We had a great discussion about our services and the changes we've made based on feedback from our communities. Your feedback helps guide our service development and ensures that we are accountable to our community. It was great…

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Aunties & Uncles info session

Thank you to everyone who joined us at our info session to learn about our new Aunties & Uncles Program. Please watch our website and social media for updates.The Aunties & Uncles Program is an innovative Afrocentric mentorship program for Black and Black-bi-racial families across the Durham Region. To learn more, please contact Karen Saunders.

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Foster Care Information Sessions

We need foster homes. Have you ever thought about becoming a foster parent? Please join us to learn more. Thank you to everyone who joined us at one of our info sesssions in January. We had a great time meeting people all across Durham who want to help families in our community. We don't have…

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Kasserian Ingera – The Durham Model

Recognizing the overrepresentation of Black children and youth in care, DCAS has developed Kasserian Ingera – The Durham Model. The first of its kind in child welfare, this three-year, community based initiative designed to provide culturally appropriate supports and early intervention services to African-Canadian families and children who are at-risk or have become involved with…

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Anti-Black Racism Statement

A message from Durham Children’s Aid Society and the Office of Equity, Communications and Community Partnership We recognize that people of African descent represent a distinct group whose human rights must be promoted and protected. We stand in solidarity with the Black community and commit to intentional change through agitation and advocacy for dignity, racial…

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