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February is Black History Month in Canada, which gives students and teachers an extra opportunity to reflect on the history and contributions of people of African descent in our country.
Rosemary tells us what inspired her to get involved in promoting Black history, how Canada came to celebrate Black History Month and shares some of the stories and resources that she thinks our students should know about, most notably Harriet Tubman.
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