Africana Village & Museum
“ENGAGE AND EXPLORE CANADA’S AFRICAN/CARIBBEAN-CANADIAN HERITAGE, HISTORY, CULTURE"
AfriCana Village & Museum is a proposed African-Canadian cultural heritage tourism destination on Toronto’s Waterfront. Spearheaded by Trevor David, businessman, social entrepreneur and community activist. AfriCana Village leadership consist of an eclectic and dynamic group of African-Canadian visionaries and progressive friends and allies from the wider community who are committed to cultural economic empowerment, social justice, fairness and equity in Canada with a special focus on African-Canadian youth.for more info
What is AfriCana Village & Museum?
AfriCana Village & Museum is a hybrid social enterprise-based cultural and economic development initiative consisting of non-profit AfriCana Village & Museum (AVM) + AfriCana Village Development Corporation (AVDC) a for profit corporation.for more info
AfriCana Village & Museum– in short order will become a global centre and leading cultural heritage tourism and entertainment destination for individuals and groups interested in afri-centric art, music, academia, culture , heritage, history and cuisine in North America. By producing and delivering to our guest and visitors world class afri-centric arts, cultural, educational, entertainment and tourism related products and experiences, AfriCana Village & Museum will become a highly respected repository of afri-centric knowledge and expertise and a global leader in cultural heritage tourism.for more info
To engage, educate, celebrate, and promote African-Canadian history, culture, and heritage to Canadians and the global community through the building of an African-Canadian tourism destination and entertainment complex, thereby economically empowering the African-Canadian community.for more info