This year The Afro News (TAN) is celebrating 30 years of providing media service as a rallying point and proof of positive integration of our democratic society and values and those of the dreams and contributions of current and new Canadians. All this reported on and reinforced in a free publication, distributed in the Lower Mainland and well beyond Canada’s borders.
The need for AIDS education and conversation interviewed chair of BC Persons AIDS society Glyn Townson
AIDS pandemic hit the mainstream media, but many communities including ones in the Lower Mainland, have neglected the issue since the virus has slowly dropped from news headlines. The question is why has the public shut down the dialogue?
When we think about our great country, there are many things of which Canadians can be proud. One such trait is the diversity of people we live and work amongst. For multiculturalism is Canada’s badge to wear proudly.