Black History Month laureates: Skipper Dean

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‘We were instilled with the belief we could accomplish anything we set out to do’

A consummate performer with a deep repertoire, Dean says he drew inspiration from black artists in Montreal and abroad. (Submitted by Skipper Dean)
A consummate performer with a deep repertoire, Dean says he drew inspiration from black artists in Montreal and abroad. (Submitted by Skipper Dean)

Soul singer Skipper Dean says Montreal has a thriving black community with plenty of strong role models. However, he points out, there’s still work to be done to ensure the city welcomes everybody.

Throughout February, Homerun will bring you feature interviews with some of the 2015 Montreal Black History Month laureates — members of the black community who have had a major impact on Quebec society through their achievements.

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Luc Simard – Director of Diversity and Relations. Radio-Canada

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Black History Month is only celebrated in North America and in the UK. Do you think it should be celebrated all over the world?

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