⸺Story-Why it started⸺
As descendants of the inhabitants of the oldest, archaeological, ancestral history on the continent of America of which Canada is part and parcel, AMCHASEE aims to bring awareness and educate about the inherited, intergenerational health and mental health dis-eases impacting about four hundred and twenty-two thousand individuals of Afrikan bloodline in the Greater Toronto Area. We strive to achieve this with integrity, cooperation, collaboration and just partners.
Decades spent doing independent organizational work, gathering empirical evidence, analysis of research papers and more has inspired the creation of AMCHASEE. We are taking action to remedy the deplorable economicsocial conditions of autochthonous people and ascendants of enslaved Afrikans, focussing on accessing RIML.
The implementation process of AMCHASEE’s action plan engaged faith communities, organizations, businesses, educational institutions, and the community at large encouraging cooperation and collaboration to develop and advance the strengths of autochthonous people and ascendants of enslaved Afrikans impacted by postcolonial, intergenerational poor physical and mental health conditions and economicsocial disparities.
AMCHASEE also conducted extensive outreach locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally with experts and governmental representatives, about the deplorable economicsocial conditions of the autochthonous people and ascendants of enslaved Afrikans.
The implementation process of AMCHASEE’s action plan engaged faith communities, organizations, businesses, educational institutions, and the community at large encouraging cooperation and collaboration to develop and advance the strengths of DEA impacted by postcolonial, intergenerational poor health and mental health conditions and socioeconomic disparities.
Amchasee Action Plan
Create a governance structure to protect and manage our resources, claim and restore equity.
Build infrastructures for generational wealth.
Build a city.
Improve the inherited, intergenerational economic disparities, physical and mental health and dis-eases impacting about four hundred and twenty-two thousand autochthonous people and ascendants of enslaved Afrikans in the Greater Toronto Area.
We strive to achieve this with clean hands, parity, integrity, cooperation, collaboration and just partners.
⸻ The Visonaries
Building Now and Forever
AMCHASEE has conducted extensive outreach locally, regionally, nationally, and Internationally with experts and governmental representatives, including the UN. In 2017, the UN submitted recommendations to all three levels of Canadian governments, institutions, organizations and businesses, to eliminate racist policies implemented during colonialism that continue to hinder the socioeconomic advancement of DEA.
Board of Directors
Our team is made up of exceptional people
Emilie Jabouin, President
I am a Doctoral student at Ryerson University and York University, Toronto, ON, Communication and Culture, specialization: Media Studies and Communication Policy. I am passionate about community building and ...
I am the creator of Yaya’s Love, I craft artisanal skincare products from organic ingredients. Each product is created and Infused with love to nourish your skin, body, and spirit. I am inspired by my ancestors to ...
Mr. Andrew Brown, Treasurer
I am a business owner for about 17 years, my office is located at 2565 Eglinton Ave W, York, ON M6M 1T3. I am a tax specialist focused on individual, small business, corporate tax preparation and planning, CRA ...
The challenges I overcome while living in one of Toronto’s. NIA has inspired me to become a passionate youth advocate, for youth of Afrikan Descent. I believe we must demonstrate good leadership by ...
I am a social entrepreneur with a background in marketing, my goal and passion is to advocate for and build economic infrastructure for sustainable business development and youth employment opportunities ...
I am co-founder of Hairstory Rooted inc. a community development initiative for youth. I have also founded several initiatives that support the development of underserved young people in Toronto ...
I am queen Empara, I am known around town as a writer, singer, fashion designer and entrepreneur. In my early teens I was inspired by my mother to lead by example. This led to the creation of my first or ...