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LEGACY: Celebrating African-Canadian Women

Celebrate the Unstoppable Spirit of Black Women during and beyond Black History Month!! - Throughout history, women have relentlessly fought for the representation they rightly deserve, as seen through the heroic suffragettes and the Liberation Movement. But for Black women in Canada and across the globe, the struggle was compounded by the color of their skin, an additional hurdle in their quest for rights on every level.

Despite these daunting challenges, the remarkable achievements of women like Stephnie Payne, Michaelle Jean, and Dr. Avis Glaze have shattered barriers across Canadian society. Their indomitable spirit and unwavering determination have paved the way for progress.

Now, it's your turn to shine a light on their accomplishments. Display this poster proudly in your schools and community centers, ensuring that the incredible contributions of Black women are recognized and celebrated. Let their stories inspire generations to come.

Own this poster today and join the movement to give Black women the appreciation and recognition they have truly earned. It's not just a decoration; it's a tribute to resilience and achievement!

Question: Can you name three African-Canadian women who have excelled in each level of Canadian government?

  • Featured personalities: community activist Stephnie Payne, former Governor General Michaelle Jean, former Director of the York Region District School Board, and global educator, Dr. Avis Glaze
  • Dimensions: 19” x 27”
  • Double-sided: English and French
  • Safe packaging and professionally printed
  • Shipped via expedited post