Please be a part of us in celebrating Black Historical past Month, a time to acknowledge and applaud the contributions and achievements of Black Canadians all through historical past. This observance is a chance to coach and lift consciousness concerning the wealthy cultural heritage of Black Canadians and their impression on the nation’s historical past, economic system, and society.
Black Canadians have made a major impression on Canadian music, dance, literature, and the humanities, and have helped to form the nation’s cultural id.
We hope that you’ll benefit from the many BIPOC occasions we rounded up for you in this week’s publication. We’re particularly excited for the upcoming Saul Williams / Moor Mom / Irreversible Entanglements, a collaborative live performance that interweaves Afrofuturist currents inside a shocking continuum of Black music.
Our Govt Director, Rainbow Robert, has a longstanding skilled relationship with Moor Mom and Irreversible Entanglements, and we’re significantly enthusiastic about this live performance on the Alliance. We applaud Jarrett Martineau for these sensible programming selections on the Chan Centre.
Whether or not by means of cultural celebrations, instructional occasions, or just by taking the time to study extra concerning the historical past of Black Canadians, this month offers a chance for us to come back collectively and acknowledge the numerous impression that Black individuals have had on our historical past, artwork and tradition.
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