To mark Black History month Asha Tomlinson hosts Being Black in Canada. The program highlights the work of two Windsor teachers who show their students what’s missing in many of their history books. Asha speaks with Book of Negroes author Lawrence Hill about how the TV mini series is bringing Canadian Black history to a wider audience and we hear the story of Western Canada’s Black Pioneers and how they’re preserving their ancestors’ history.
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