Natasha Henry featured in CBC News and Chatham Daily News on Simcoe Day
Natasha Henry—Tubman Institute’s education specialist for the Breaking the Chains project and the War of 1812: We Stand on Guard for Thee project—was interviewed by CBC News on August 5, 2013 about Simcoe Day and Emancipation Day. In the article, Natasha talks about the roots of the holiday.
Natasha was also interviewd by Chatham Daily News about teaching educators on how to incorporate black history into the curriculum.
Natasha is an educator, historian, and curriculum consultant specializing in the development of learning materials that focus on the African Diasporic experience. She is the author of Talking About Freedom: Celebrating Freedom in Canada (2012) and Emancipation Day: Celebrating Freedom in Canada (2010).
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