Youth Alliance for Intersectional Justice

Site: Burlington

Service: Social, Advocacy and Education Services for Black Neurovaried Youth

Record #: BTN0161
Last Full Update: 09 Nov 2023

Contact Information

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Primary Contact Carolyn, Co-founder and Chair; Email:
Alternate Contact Jantz, Co-founder
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Agency Information

Description (Agency)

A Black youth-led collective of racialized neurodiverse youth and young adults with or without intellectual disabilities

  • work together to discover and develop ways of navigating the world as intersectionally positioned members of society
Legal Status (50) Non Profit

Description and Service Details

Description (Service)

Youth defy disability labels by engaging in justice-focused projects, initiatives, and community-based research focused on education, housing, technology and entrepreneurship

  • create meaningful opportunities, culturally safe spaces and equity based initiatives for, about, and by racialized neurodiverse youth
  • person-centred support
  • action-oriented mentorship
  • culturally grounded projects led by youth
  • Tue-Fri 10 am-3:30 pm
  • Sat by appointment
Areas Served Canada ; Ontario
Eligibility Ages: 15 year(s) - 30 year(s) 
Black and racialized neurodiverse youth

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Languages English

Site Information

Located In Community Burlington
Address & Map
4104 Fairview St, Unit 427
Burlington, ON L7L 4Y8
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Intersection Walkers Line and Fairview St
Physical Access Unknown - varies by location

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