CBC show Daybreak broadcasts from Inhairitance salon in St-Henri

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Benaiah McDonald, Stephen Hennessy, Sylvia Stewart, Kai Thomas and Marc Parent joined host Mike Finnerty

Daybreak's panel on the future of the black community in Montreal. From left to right: Kai Thomas, from the DESTA Black Youth Network; Sylvia Stewart, an actress, filmmaker and member of the National ACTRA Diversity Committee; Daybreak host Mike Finnerty; Inhairitance salon owner Abisara Machold; and Stephen Hennessy from the Westhaven-Elmhurst Community Association in NDG. (Rebecca Ugolini/CBC)
Daybreak’s panel on the future of the black community in Montreal. From left to right: Kai Thomas, from the DESTA Black Youth Network; Sylvia Stewart, an actress, filmmaker and member of the National ACTRA Diversity Committee; Daybreak host Mike Finnerty; Inhairitance salon owner Abisara Machold; and Stephen Hennessy from the Westhaven-Elmhurst Community Association in NDG. (Rebecca Ugolini/CBC)

Daybreak was live from Inhairitance salon in St-Henri Friday with a special show in honour of Black History Month.

We invited members of Montreal’s black community to come tell their stories and give listeners a sense of the events and issues that are important right now.

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

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