CBC – 23 historical black Canadians you should know

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February is Black History Month, a time to reflect on the stories, experiences, and accomplishments of Canada’s black community. Here are 23 black Canadians who made major contributions to Canada’s culture and legacy.

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3 Replies to “CBC – 23 historical black Canadians you should know”

  1. I think the idea of profiling these people is wonderful! We have begun publicizing these in our church services at Christ the King Lutheran, Edmonton.
    I am reproducing what pictures I can (several each Sunday) with extra details, on PowerPoint. That way the people can be exposed to what they might not otherwise see and read.

  2. Richard Costen says:

    I am a teacher in the TDSB.
    I see at the top of the page what appears to be posters of famous Black Canadians.
    Do you know how I could obtain these posters for my classroom?

  3. Antony says:

    I checked out this article on historical Black Canadians, and it was truly enlightening. I especially found it fascinating to learn about these 23 individuals who have made such significant contributions to our country’s history. It’s wonderful to see their stories being shared and celebrated. By the way, I wanted to recommend one legal source to you. When dealing with a traffic or speeding ticket, best traffic ticket lawyers in Brampton is who you need. They have the expertise to protect your driving record and keep your insurance rates stable, so definitely worth considering!

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