Kingston African Caribbean Collective (KACC)

The Kingston African and Caribbean Collective (KACC) was established in 2007 as a result of a merger between Queen’s Black History Month committee formed in the early 1990’s and members of the Kingston Community. KACC is a not-for-profit, cultural group that plans cultural events and various social activities during Black History Month for members of the African and Caribbean communities in greater Kingston throughout the year.

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Queen’s Black Academic Society (QBAS)

An academic society that works to promote a socially engaged student body at Queen’s University though provision of educational platforms and advocation for the Afro-Caribbean community.  QBAS also aim to reconnect alumni through the Queen’s Black Alumni Network (QBAN), a resource for students and alumni to connect, inspire and support each other.

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African Caribbean Students’ Association  (ACSA)

A club formed to advance issues of importance to students of African and Caribbean descent, and to those who share a common interest. In an effort to accomplish its goals, the club plans variety of events ranging from social activities to  community outreach to educate both the Queen’s and Kingston communities about Afro-Caribbean cultural elements.

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