Black History Month Hub2022-03-02T09:12:25-05:00

Black History Month Hub

Black History Month Webinar

To celebrate Black History Month, we hosted Black is a Colour, an educational workshop focused on the Black experience in Canada.

Black History Month Resources

Black history month is a time when we can all be more intentional about learning the history and contributions of Black people in Canada. It is also a great time to support Black artists, businesses and organizations. 

To get you started, we have listed a few resources below:

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