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Tanya Hayles’s frustration over non-profit funding woes took her from Toronto to Ottawa last week.
Hayles is the founder of Black Moms Connection, a non-profit she started in 2015 dissatisfied with the lack of diversity in parenting groups. The initiative began as a Facebook page, but membership took off the following spring, growing from 400 to 4,000, fuelled by the swelling Black Lives Matter movement and the increasing outrage over the s
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