Natasha Henry’s workshop on the history of African slavery in Canada was recently featured in the Chatham Daily News. Henry’s workshop aims to help Grade 3-10 teachers incorporate the history of slavery in Canada into their history curriculum; the workshop aims to help teachers learn how to incorporate the experiences of enslaved Africans in the classroom. […]
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“Run away on the 11th September last, a negro woman, named Susannah, about 27 years of age, 5 feet 10 inches high (!) smooth faced, speaks French a little and English. Whoever apprehends and secures the said negro woman so that her master may have her again shall receive a reward of ten dollars by […]
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