CBC Report: Saint John honours Black History Month with ‘historic’ gesture

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The city of Saint John raised the Pan-African Flag in front of city hall Monday to recognize the start of Black History Month. It’s believed to be the first time the flag was raised in an official capacity in New Brunswick history. (Graham Thompson/CBC)

 

The city of Saint John celebrated the start of Black History Month by making a bit of history on the steps of city hall.

The Pan-African flag was raised for what’s believed to be the first time in New Brunswick. Dozens of people looked on, many holding flags in their hand, as it unfurled on Monday afternoon. Read More…

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