Breaking Bread Brunches: Conversation with Black Leaders


Black Daddies Club presents, Breaking Bread Brunches: Conversation with Black Leaders, which is a monthly gathering in Toronto on Sunday afternoons to discuss a broad range of topics that are relevant to the Black diaspora within Canada, under the themes of Black Identity and Black love. The purpose of these gatherings are two-fold: to create Black spaces within Canada where the community can network and speak about relevant issues, and to use the dialogues from these conversations to inform the Black Love Matters Un-Conference in 2017 taking place throughout different communities with the Greater Toronto Area.

These events are potluck-style or “contribute what you can,” plus a little bit extra for those who can not afford to bring items. The first Breaking Bread Brunch will take place at Ujima House (1901 Weston Road, Unit 18, Lawrence West and Weston Road), on April 24th, 2016, from 1pm to 4pm.

If you are interested in attending, please RSVP by emailing If you are uable to attend, please share the image below with your networks via email or please upload this image to your social media platforms and share with your online networks.

Thank you in advance, and we look forward to breaking bread with you,