On Saturday, June 29, 2019, we had the  pleasure of welcoming young people aged 12 to 15 for a day of creation on the theme of African heritage at the heart of Montreal’s diversity. Here are some pictures of this memorable day.

Guided by experienced artists, the children participated in the stone carving, painting and oral literature workshops of Canada’s First Nations.

We would like to publicly thank the City of Montreal for its financial support.

Thank you to the Holocaust Education and Genocide Prevention Foundation, a valued partner represented by the tireless Naomi Kramer.

Thank you to the artists who have been unparalleled generosity with our children. To Omar Gammaoui, Ben Bicher, Eliazer Kramer, Catherine Joncas and Yves Sioui, we say thank you.

To the parents and Samatha Hinds social worker at Chalet Kent, thank you for your valuable collaboration and trust.

Thank you to our magnificent Youth who was exemplary and who worked hard in joy and harmony.

We are pleased to share with you these few images in memory of this memorable day. We would like to point out that the works created for this occasion will be exhibited for one month at Espace Mushagalusa. We will send you in the coming days an invitation to the opening.

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