About the Organization
The African Art & Cultural Community Contributor Organization was founded on October 19, 2012 by Pulchérie Mboussi. Pulchérie was born in Cameroon, in the beautiful continent of Africa. From the time she immigrated to Canada in the mid 1980’s, she has earned a strong reputation as a community leader and advocate of promoting and celebrating the rich and diverse culture of Africa and the Caribbean.
Pulchérie's life-long commitment as an Ambassador of African and Caribbean culture continued when she moved to Victoria BC in 2010. This year, she needs the help and support of the community she now calls home.
Our Black-Let, Black-Serving society's mandate is to advance awareness and understanding of the richness and diversity of African culture and traditions through the promotion of a broad range of cultural, educational and artistic activities, events and programs. To Preserve and Promote Cultural Heritage.
To maintain a community hub for people of African Descent
To encourage people of African Descent and the public to work together
Bridging Black Canadians & the African Diaspora in celebration of the UN International Decade
Promoting the community’s identity and its interests,
Informing members about existing resources so as to facilitate their social, cultural, political and economic integration in the Greater Victoria area, BC, and Canadian societies
Organizing activities to mark significant events in the national life of African and all People of African Descent community of the Greater Victoria area.
Promoting & preserving our Cultural Heritage of the African Continent
Promote community development and cultural heritage
Meet the Team
Communication & Outreach Advisor