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Our mission is to promote social justice in terms of food intake and by getting involved in the process of integrating the various socio-cultural communities established in Quebec and everywhere else in Canada.

In 2006, the Racine croisée (RC) organization was created thanks to the passion and determination of a woman, Agnès Mbome. RC has become a label, which refers not only to the specificities of a culture, but also to the imperative of intercultural dialogue, as attested by:

  1. The 1st edition of the AfroMonde Festival and the International Leaders & Personalities Project in 2010;
  2. The Makossa Music Art Festival in 2012. Over time, the content of its programs has stabilized. Since then, it has been structured around mixed culture, the main axes of which follow:
  • Education and citizen expertise in arts and entertainment, on the one hand
  • Integration of newcomers, on the other hand.


Racine croisée’s vision militates for a smooth multi-ethnic integration by combining food security, leadership development and complete autonomy.

Racine croisée affirms its credo: “success depends on integration and solidarity”. The integration of an immigrant requires quality support and supervision, a credo that has now become the motto of the organization.

  • The organization of annual events in the field of arts and entertainment;
  • Or the care of immigrants, in the humanitarian field in Quebec and Canada.

Also 5 programs:

  • Food support ;
  • Arts Bistro ;
  • AfroMonde Festival ;
  • Leaders & Personalities;
  • World Music’Art.

Racine Croisée has been recognized by the Canadian agency as a charitable organization 828452763 RR0001.