Invisible History: The Black Experience in a New Narrative for Canada

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Title
Invisible History: The Black Experience in a New Narrative for Canada
Abstract
The Montreal-born author, who self-identifies as "a Black, female African Canadian historian", explains her experience in history and her experience with historians, and her invisibility in the Canadian narrative which ignores Black history and the Black community, notwithstanding Black History month. The article was a speech she gave at a Quebec Federation of Home and School Associations conference in November 2016.
Publication
Quebec Heritage News
Volume
Vol. 11
Issue
no. 1
Pages
13-15
Date
Winter 2017
Language
en
Citation
Williams, Dorothy. “Invisible History: The Black Experience in a New Narrative for Canada.” Quebec Heritage News Vol. 11, no. 1 (Winter 2017): 13–15.
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