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Morgan Jessome, Host of Black Films that Teach, speaks with Sylvia Parris-Drummond of the Delmore Buddy Daye Learning Institute about this new series airing Sundays at 8PM AT on Eastlink Community TV.
Learn more about our next five episodes below.
Docudrama about Canada’s one and only all-Black military battalion, formed during WWI. The battalion overcame tremendous obstacles of discrimination during the war to become an important part of Canadian history.
A look at four extraordinary, musical, black families and how they have embraced music as a life-long tradition that has been handed down from mother to daughter and from father to son.
The story of Union United Church, its amazingly rich history, its contributions to the Black community and the place where Nelson Mandella made his first official visit to Canada in 1990.
Known as the mother of modern day civil rights movement in the US, Rosa Parks is awarded an honorary degree. Performances by Jeremiah Sparks and East Preston United Baptist Choir.
Chatham-Kent has a long history of black settlement. This film documents the past and the present of people who have helped shape this country, but are often left out of its textbooks.
A documentary short that speaks to the experience of an African Nova Scotians circus artist of mixed heritage (trained in Montreal, QC) and the need for more access, representation and inclusion within the arts.
If you are a local filmmaker, or have a suggestion for Black Films that Teach, please email us at email@example.com.
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