Black History Month Events

University of Toronto 2021 Black History Symposium: Honoring the Diversity of Black Leaders and Agents of Change

Join us at the 2021 Black History Symposium as we explore anti-Black racism activism in diverse spaces and the role of post-secondary environments in transforming anti-Black racism advocacy.

February 8, 2021

Information and Registration can be found here.

This two-hour interactive virtual workshop invites fellow educators and the general public to learn about some of the accurate history of Black Canadians in BC. The presentation includes a quizz about the history of Blacks in British Columbia that teachers can use in their classrooms and features storytelling a PowerPoint presentation and a short video and a question-and-answer session. 

February 12, 2021 10am-12pm PST

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ACCUTE is proud to announce the upcoming event, “Black Protest, Black Lives and the University: A Transnational Conversation” organized by Protests and Pedagogy (a critical collective of Black and Caribbean scholars) and hosted by Océane Jasor (Concordia). Registration is free and available here:

Black History Month events at UCalgary

The University of Calgary is celebrating Black History Month through a series of stories and virtual events. Throughout February, UCalgary invites the community to share in conversations about anti-racism, art history, literature, mental health and more.

Information about speakers, events, and registration can be found here.