Omoluabi is a free bilingual publication with nine planned issues, doubling as an anti-violence campaign. Omoluabi, means "a child of character" in the Nigerian language of Yoruba. It is also the name of an African-Canadian newspaper that has returned to the community after a 15-year hiatus. The bilingual publication showcases youth voices in southwestern Ontario and it made its comeback on July 25.
Nigerian Canadians for Cultural Educational and Economic Progress (NCCEEP), hosted a Small Business Expo at the Optimist Community Centre Gymnasium. It was an exciting chance for members of the community to connect and network with the variety of small businesses Windsor has to offer. Visit http://ncceep.com for more information. Pictured are Abiala, Angelina, Olaniyi, Titilayo, Funke & Blessing. (Photos by Simon Edwards. Use event code pew4gay at www.snapdwindsor.com to view more photos).
Photos by Simon Edwards