March 3, 2009


Canadian Labour Congress

Canadian Civil Liberties Association



Why we need Black History Month

City of Toronto: Black History

CNN’s Black History Month website

Ontario Black History Society
The Society was founded in 1978 as a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to the preservation, promotion and study of Black history and heritage.

Dalhousie University African Heritage Month Page
An excellent site with many superb links.

Nova Scotia Black History
Find out about Black loyalists (not yet complete) and archeologial excavations at early Black loyalist settlements.

British Columbia Black History Awareness Society
Learn about Archy Lee and other early British Columbia settlers.

Essence Magazine
Get the African-American woman’s view of lifestyle and political issues.

Racial Status and Employment Outcomes
Report, Canadian Labour Congress February, 2006

Share Online
Share is Canada’s largest ethnic newspaper.

The Sickle Cell Association of Ontario
Sickle cell anemia is an inherited condition that can be life-threatening. It causes chronic pain and swelling in the joints, fever and respiratory infections. There is no cure for sickle cell anemia – but there is hope through research.

The Sickle Cell Association of Ontario is a voluntary, nonprofit, charitable organization which is funded by donations from individuals, organizations and employee charitable funds.

Workers Arts & Heritage Centre

Buy books on Black History Month on-line from a labour-friendly bookseller.

CBTU New York Chapter