2019 has been named The Year Of The Return by Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo. During a September 2018 event at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., he said the “time is right” for people of African descent to make the journey back, with Ghana leading the way with its open arms.
This Ontario election seemed like we had more Black candidates stepping up to the plate than ever before. And the result ended up with some historic wins for our community.
When it opens May 4, the Underground Railroad Heritage Center in Niagara Falls will become one of the nation's historical sites to commemorate the journey of freedom seekers to Canada.
Halifax's new poet laureate says everybody has a tale to tell, and for the next two years the accomplished scholar, author and social justice advocate says she'll work to uncover residents' untold stories.
On April 6th 2018, I had the opportunity and privilege to present an oral paper and submit a poster presentation at the, “Remember Me-The Changing Face of Memorialization” Conference (April 4th to 7th), in Hull, UK.
Starting April 2018 the LIFE Foundation will be launching a black history course open to students, male and female, between the ages of 14-17.
Now in its 24th year, you could say the Legacy Poster is something of an institution in Black Canada.
There was a time when educator & historian Natasha Henry knew more about Jamaica and its history than that of Blacks in Canada.
Acting came in a rather unusual way for Jamaican-Canadian actor Lyriq Bent. It wasn’t a matter of following his dreams but of dreams following him.
Rosemary Sadlier has been the president of the Ontario Black History Society (OBHS) since 1993. She is quick to point out that this is not a paid position, but one she voluntarily accepted and embraced.