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Afro Swiss Families
Children and child-rearing.
We are European & African/Diaspora parents raising Afro-European children in Switzerland. We meet every last Sunday of each month.
Self-compassion, self-love, community care, empowerment, anti-discrimination counseling, courses.
AfroSwissters is a community of Black women in Switzerland who have come together to support each other in personal and professional growth. Our mission is to provide a safe and inclusive space where Black women of all backgrounds can connect, heal, and thrive.
Black refugee activists
We give Afro-Baselians a platform to be heard - to share their thoughts, concerns, ideas with those who also want to strengthen and get to know the Afro-Community.
African Diaspora Council of Switzerland (ADCS)
Our mission is to create a national platform for all Africans living in Switzerland irrespective of our diversity in order to have a strong voice in the Swiss national events and politics. We believe in unity in diversity.
The "Carrefour de Réflexion et d'Actions sur le racisme anti-Noir" (CRAN), The Crossroads of Reflection and Action on Anti-Black Racism, emerged out of the Swiss Forum against Racism (FCR).
"sankofa" was initiated by a community of committed Black people of different ages who have overcome ideological, religious, cultural as well as national barriers to work together to promote our common African heritage.
BExCH - Black Excellence Switzerland
We celebrate what is rooted in Black tradition and culture.
Swiss African Forum
SAF shall be a forum providing an avenue for Black people to work together.
Collectif Afro Swiss
Collective Afro-Swiss is an association in French-speaking Switzerland whose goal is to fight racism against Black people.
Bla*Sh - Black She
Black She is a network of Black women in the German-speaking part of Switzerland.
Zürich, Basel, Bern
The dance collective was founded in summer 2017 in Biel. Collectif Zéa sees itself as non-hierarchical and open to other artists. Currently the core consists of Denise Herren, Anita Neuhaus, Laetitia Roulin, Manuela Scheck and Pauline Staubli.
Collectif Afroféministe Amani
Anti-racist/sexist activism with an intersectional approach