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Black Men Of Excellence Walk

  • Price
    Starts From $0.00 CAD
  • When
    Sep 27, 2020 - Sep 27, 2020
  • Timing
    1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Address
    Yonge Street & King Street Toronto ON

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Dear Gentlemen of Toronto, 

Sunday Sept 27th

Blackmen Of Excellence 

King West Lifestyle 

Suits Only 2K Walk, 

Photo/Video Shoot 

Start time 1pm & 


Semi-formal DressCode

Men... Suits & Blazers

Ladies... Sexy Dresses or Outfits 

Brunch & Bottles Edition 

As Black men, it’s time for us to take control of our narrative, as much as we can. There are just too many negative images about us in the media that's limiting the minds of our youth. It's also drowning out our BLACK EXCELLENCE, especially here in the Greater Toronto Area. With that being said, I am calling on all Black Brothers from across the Toronto to come together on Sunday September 27th, in your Sunday Best - Suits Only, for a light 2km walk. 

The starting point will be at Yonge St & King St and end at Bathurst & King St. This will be another opportunity for us as black men to display strength in unity and to breakdown the barriers that society has engineered between us. This will be a chance for us to build each other up, bond, connect, network and grow as one, over a light 2 km walk. 

So if you would like to join us, please share this message with 5 brothers you know. 

Ladies please feel free to share info to a few brothers too.

Bring your face mask and your best suit. Registration is at 1 pm sharp at 11 King St West on Sunday September 27th.

Please contact me for more information.

Stay Blessed


1. Why - the media’s coverage of us (Black men) is typically negative, and this is my way of contributing to the cause of taking control of our narrative.

2. Why - Our black sisters are light years ahead of us when it comes to unity and strength in this country. Black men in Canada Need to be more unified, it’s the only we will thrive is this land as minorities.

3. Why - Too many of us see each other as competition or even worse as enemies. How are we going to win when we are fighting two battles; systemic racism on one end and the violence we inflict upon ourselves on another

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