The African Canadian Civic Engagement Council (ACCEC) is dedicated to increasing Black Canadian participation in civic engagement, advocacy, community, and leadership to increase life quality and address social inequities. In the past, this has been done through public engagement campaigns as seen in the last federal election where the ACCEC launched a social media campaign showcasing BIPOC candidates and their platforms. As well as connecting Edmonton’s African-descent community with information regarding voting, elections, and other critical information.
Town Hall Meetings
ACCEC utilizes town hall meetings to spark conversation in the community on key issues and generate innovative community -centered approaches.
Intergenerational Knowledge Transference Through Storytelling: Black History Month
This initiative is youth-centered, and the purpose is to facilitate an opportunity for Black youth to explore their ancestral history,
Participatory Integrational & Culinary Initiative: Black History Month 2022
Black History Month Celebrates and recognizes the history and achievements of People of African descent living in Canada and around