Postsecondary institutions celebrate Black History Month

Postsecondary institutions across Canada are celebrating Black History Month with initiatives and events. Mount Allison University is hosting a variety of events, including a scavenger hunt, Black drag storytelling, and a session on Black hair care. The Université du Québec en Outaouais will recognize Black History Month with a comedy evening, an information fair, and exhibitions at its libraries. McMaster University organized a celebration to start the beginning of Black History Month that included music, spoken word, and dance performances. Lethbridge College activities include two Cultural Attire Days, free pilau meal kits, and Afro-fusion dance classes. University Canada West announced events such as a social with Caribbean-vegan food and board games and a session about British Columbia’s Black Pioneers.

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