Resources To Help You Celebrate Black History Month Canada 2018

Resources To Help You Celebrate Black History Month Canada 2018

01/02/2018 1 By J. L. James

 

Black History Month is about sharing the achievements and  struggles of those of African descent in Canada and around the world.

For those who really want to immerse themselves in the fascinating stories of strength and courage here are some resources, most of which  are specific to Ontario, Canada.

Here is a gem of a film, by Jennifer Holness and David Sutherland, Speakers for the Dead which captures the intriguing history of  small town in southern Ontario where the dead tell tales:

 

When you finish the documentary you may want to explore the history further.  Here are some links:

Grey County Museum

https://greyroots.com/

102599 Grey County Rd 18, Owen Sound, ON N4K 5N6

 

Uncle Tom’s Cabin

http://www.heritagetrust.on.ca/en/index.php/properties/uncle-toms-cabin

29251 Uncle Tom’s Road
Dresden, Ontario
Black History Cairn

www.owensoundtourism.ca

Guelph Black History Society

https://greyroots.com/

 

St. Catherines Museum

stcatharinesmuseum.ca

 

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