Archive: Slavery in Ontario

The Education of Mike McManus

The history of the Black community in Ontario goes back more than a century. This discussion of Black history includes Fred Hubbard, a descendant of two of our earliest Black families, and Dr. Daniel Hill, human rights consultant.
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Mar 05, 2021
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