CBC Report: 3 takes on Black History Month in N.L.

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Sulaimon Giwa, left, is an assistant professor at Memorial University. Einam Mohamadain, centre, is a student. Carmichael Polonio, right, is an engineer. (Mark Cumby/CBC)

February is officially recognized as Black History Month in Canada — a designation made in 1995 following a motion introduced by the first black Canadian woman elected to Parliament, Jean Augustine.

In Newfoundland and Labrador, a search of the provincial government’s website for Black History Month turns up no related results. Read More…

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