Year: 2018

Decade for People of African Descent recognized by Canada

  RADIO CANADA INTERNATIONAL | Lynn Desjardins | On the eve of Black History Month, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced that the government will officially recognize the International Decade for People of African Descent, as declared by the United Nations. The decade spans 2015 to 2024. Three per cent of Canadians identify as black, according to government statistics. A news release from the prime minister’s office says the decade is…

Black History Month 2018 : Canada creates new stamps

RADIO CANADA INTERNATIONAL | Marc Montgomery | February each year marks the celebration of Black History Month in Canada, and although we’re still a week away from the official start, Canada Post has already begun to set the stage. This year, as they have in past years. Canada Post has released commemorative stamps of two trailblazers in society, both of whom helped to break down barriers for visible minorities in this country….

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

Your opinion on Black History Month

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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