Black History in Canada
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Black History Resources
- Lisa Cozzens' African American History
- Six Teaching Tools for Black History Month
Black History in Canada
Ontario Black History
- Enslaved Africans in Upper Canada explores the lives of slaves and focuses on the actions they took to resist their servitude. It also reveals that Lieutenant-Governor Simcoes 1793 Act to Limit Slavery in Upper Canada led to the end of slavery throughout the British Empire.
- The Freedom Seeker: The Life and Times of Daniel G. Hill In recognition of the 45th Anniversary of the Ontario Human Rights Commission, the Archives of Ontario presents The Freedom Seeker: The Life and Times of Daniel G. Hill, the first Director of the Commission and community activist with a sustained interest in the history of Blacks in Canada.
- The Black Canadian Experience in Ontario 1834-1914: Flight, Freedom, Foundation A joint project of the Archives and the Ontario Black History Society, this exhibit explores the migration of people of African origin into Canada, and celebrates a community which has played a significant role in Ontario's history.
- Negroes in Toronto, Canada: Black History Month Spotlights