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February is African Heritage Month at the TDSB

Thursday, January 31, 2019
Categories: Happenings @ TDSB

February is African Heritage Month at the Toronto District School Board and we’re proud to recognize the experiences, contributions and achievements of African Canadians. This year’s theme is Out of many we are one: Across differences our commonalities uplift our African heritage, culture and people.

Throughout the month of February, we will highlight the many contributions that the African Canadian community has made by offering several educational opportunities to our students, staff and the TDSB community. These opportunities include students attending the Know Your Worth: Black Youth Empowerment Conference which is a joint collaboration with the TDSB and the Black Law Students’ Association at York University; visiting the Royal Ontario Museum; learning about coding at Apple Stores and visiting the Ibada Market Place exhibit. Further, a parent session is being organized by the Parent and Community Engagement Office on How to Speak to Your Children About Racism. Learn more at www.tdsb.on.ca.

TDSB African Heritage Month events:African Heritage Month promotional flyer

Feb. 1 @ 5:30pm: Opening Celebration at Downsview Secondary School

Feb. 6 @ 6-7pm: Pre-Board Celebration at 5050 Yonge St. 

Feb. 13: How to speak to your children about racism

Feb 28: Know Your Worth: Black Student Empowerment Conference

February: Royal Ontario Museum Elementary Day "Of Africa" Tours

February-April: STEM Coding at Apple Stores

March 27: Ibada Marketplace at Lawrence Heights MS

 

 

 

African Heritage Month Opening Celebration at Downsview Secondary School

Opening Celebration at Downsview Secondary School

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