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Tag: Black History Month

‘It’s an every second reality’: Walking While Black panel addresses every day microaggressions

Dorcas Tshimenga sat on-screen surrounded by a group of panelists in an annual Black History Month discussion. The Walking While Black panel was organized...

Banners honouring members of the Black community line the streets of Fredericton

For the second year in a row, the University of New Brunswick Arts Centre is recognizing Black History Month by lining Regent and Westmorland...

DiasporArt: The Works of Gary Weekes

At 15, Gary Weekes considered himself “a decent artist.” Now, he’s exhibiting his work at The Gallery on Queen as part of his DiasporaArt...
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