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Black History Month- Toronto Black Film Fest

Toronto Ontario is the most culturally and ethnically diverse city in Canada, and one of the biggest celebrations of diversity is coming this week.

It’s only been four years, but the Toronto Black Film Festival has grown by leaps and bounds. This is not only in audience participation, but in it’s importance and influence

CBC show Daybreak broadcasts from Inhairitance salon in St-Henri

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

RCI • Radio Canada International
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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