Throughout Black History Month and the rest of the year, Wilfrid Laurier University invites you to learn about their inspiring Black student leaders, exceptional faculty and staff members and our impactful alumni through the stories, events and learning opportunities featured. Discover stories, resources, events and more.
Join the CCAWR on February 4 for their Black History Month 2024 Launch: Black History, Black Heritage, Black Future. Learn more here.
Join the Guelph Black Heritage Society (GBHS) for "Say It Loud," an incredible celebration of the rich and vibrant history of Black music! From soulful blues to electrifying hip-hop, this event will showcase the powerful impact of Black artists on the music industry.
Learn more and get tickets here. Please note that this is a paid event.
Ontario Heritage Trust is offering a FREE virtual tour of the Josiah Henson Museum of African-Canadian History which will explore the story of Reverend Josiah Henson – abolitionist and Underground Railroad conductor – and the history of the Underground Railroad. Learn more about programs and events being offered by the Ontario Heritage Trust.
Rhythm & Blues Cambridge is a gathering place to explore our rich and diverse history, our “Rhythm and Blues”. It is a unique hub for community and engagement that supports and showcases the black community in Cambridge. It promotes and appreciates the Black experience by building partnerships, sharing and develop vital resources for our community. View the Rhythm & Blues Committee's Black History Month page.
The University of Waterloo is pleased to celebrate the diversity of people of African descent in Canada and their importance to the history and prosperity of this country. Discover events, the Black history of UW, stories and more with the University of Waterloo's Black History Month page.
The African Women’s Alliance of Waterloo Region is a nonprofit community based organisation founded in 1995. Their mission is to promote African culture and heritage to members of the African community and the general populace in Waterloo Region through educational and social activities. Learn more.
BOTS (Bring on the Sunshine) has hosted a family day festical since 2010 which typically sees 3000-5000 people attend each year. The schedule of the day includes a full musical stage line up, a market place with diverse and artisan items, and workshops such as drumming, dance and more. New educational content annually expanding your knowledge of Black History. Learn more here.