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Black Perseverance & Resilience – A Celebration of Black History Month

Grace Tipling Hall 203 Main St E Victoria Street at Main, Shelburne, ON

The Museum of Dufferin (MoD), along with community leader Alethia O’Hara-Stephenson of the Dufferin County Canadian Black Association (DCCBA), are holding a live in-person event to celebrate Black Perseverance & Resilience for 2023 Black History Month. Our host for the event is Alex Ihama, the executive director of the Canadian Congress on Workplace Diversity. The…

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