In this ebook we take a look at black Canadian history and culture! The first recorded African man in Canada was Mathieu da Costa who arrived in 1608 and acted as an interpreter for the French coloniser Samuel de Champlain. You've surely heard of Harriet Tubman! She was instrumental in helping enslaved Africans escape to freedom in Canada. And have you heard of Africville in Nova Scotia? For 150 years it was home to a sizeable Black Canadian population, until they were forcibly displaced as the settlement was condemned by the authorities and deconstructed. We speak about all this and so much more, in this ebook!
This book provides a compact look at the history, culture and contribution of the African diaspora in Canada! Highlights of the book inlcude:
- Key information on the black community in Canada, past and present
- Notable individuals
- Vibrant illustrations on every page
- Accessible for all ages
Download your copy today for just $4.99 (less than you would spend on lunch!) and help 'Freedom Is Mine' to continue educating people about black communities worldwide!