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Facebook Live Black History Presentations

Every month the Amherstburg Freedom Museum has been hosting Black History Facebook Live presentations. In case you missed it you can watch all of our presentations below. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for upcoming presentations at AmherstburgFreedom

Facebook Live Presentation: “Building a Legacy: From the Tower of Freedom to ECBHRS.”

Every month the Amherstburg Freedom Museum has been hosting Black History Facebook Live presentations. In case you missed it you can watch all of our presentations below. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for upcoming presentations at AmherstburgFreedom

On October 4th, 2021, we hosted the presentation “Building A Legacy: From the Tower of Freedom To ECBHRS” presented by guest speaker, Irene Moore Davis, the President of the Essex County Black Historical Research Society.

Click to watch Irene’s presentation.

Facebook Live Presentation: “Prince Hall Masonry Journey To Canada.”

Every month the Amherstburg Freedom Museum has been hosting Black History Facebook Live presentations. In case you missed it you can watch all of our presentations below. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for upcoming presentations at AmherstburgFreedom

On September 24th 2021, we hosted the presentation “Prince Hall Masonry Journey to Canada” presented by guest speaker, Past Grand Master, James Jessop.

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Facebook Live Presentation: “Moving Forward While Looking Back: An Emancipation Panel Discussion.”

Every month the Amherstburg Freedom Museum has been hosting Black History Facebook Live presentations. In case you missed it you can watch all of our presentations below. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for upcoming presentations at AmherstburgFreedom

On August 26th 2021, we hosted a panel discussion “Moving Forward While Looking Back: An Emancipation Celebration Panel Discussion” where Elise Harding-Davis, Clayton Talbert Sr., Nancy Allen, Lois Larkin, Janice Harris, Cecil & Joan Smith, Lana Talbot, and Wilbur Mulder shared their memories of Emancipation.

Click to watch the panel discussion.

Facebook Live Presentation: “Black Children and Interracial Adoption Policy in Canada.”

Every month the Amherstburg Freedom Museum has been hosting Black History Facebook Live presentations. In case you missed it you can watch all of our presentations below. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for upcoming presentations at AmherstburgFreedom

On July 8th 2021, we hosted the presentation “Black Children and Interracial Adoption Policy in Canada.” presented by guest speaker University of Windsor Master’s Student, Willow Key.

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Facebook Live Presentation: “Reading the Voice of the Bondsman: J.J.E. Linton and the Black Press in Canada”

Every month the Amherstburg Freedom Museum has been hosting Black History Facebook Live presentations. In case you missed it you can watch all of our presentations below. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for upcoming presentations at AmherstburgFreedom

On June 24th, 2021, we hosted the presentation “Reading the Voice of the Bondsman: J.J.E. Linton and the Black Press in Canada” presented by guest speaker Dr. Nina Reid-Maroney from the History Department at Huron University College.

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Facebook Live Presentation: The HADSC: The Preservation of Culture, Heritage and Black Feminist Thought in Windsor/Essex County

Every month the Amherstburg Freedom Museum has been hosting Black History Facebook Live presentations. In case you missed it you can watch all of our presentations below. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for upcoming presentations at AmherstburgFreedom

On May 27th, 2021, we hosted the presentation “The Hour-A-Day Study Club: The Preservation of Culture, Heritage and Black Feminist Thought in Windsor/Essex County since 1934″ presented by The Hour-A-Day Study Club President, Marium Tolson-Murtty, PhD(s), BA (Hons), BEd, MEd, OCT.

Click to watch Marium’s presentation.

Facebook Live Presentation: “The Story of John Freeman”

Every month the Amherstburg Freedom Museum has been hosting Black History Facebook Live presentations. In case you missed it you can watch all of our presentations below. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for upcoming presentations at AmherstburgFreedom

On March 25th, 2021, we hosted PhD Student Leon Bates who shared “The Story of John Freeman” LIVE on our Facebook page. Note: John Freeman is not the same person as John Freeman Walls.

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Facebook Live Presentation: “Liberatory Pedagogies: Black Women Teachers in Ontario

Every month the Amherstburg Freedom Museum has been hosting Black History Facebook Live presentations. In case you missed it you can watch all of our presentations below. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for upcoming presentations at AmherstburgFreedom

On January 19th, 2021 we hosted Dr. Funké Aladejebi who will present “Liberatory Pedagogies: Black Women Teachers in Ontario. Click to watch Dr. Aladejebi’s presentation.

Facebook Live Presentation: “Remembering Military Courage Through Confrontation”

Every month the Amherstburg Freedom Museum has been hosting Black History Facebook Live presentations. In case you missed it you can watch all of our presentations below. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for upcoming presentations at AmherstburgFreedom

On November 6th we hosted Curator Emeritus and African Canadian Historian Elise Harding-Davis who gave the presentation “Remembering Military Courage Through Confrontation” Click to watch Elise’s presentation.

Facebook Live Presentation: “One Too Many: Africans Enslaved in Essex County”

Every month the Amherstburg Freedom Museum has been hosting Black History Facebook Live presentations. In case you missed it you can watch all of our presentations below. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for upcoming presentations at AmherstburgFreedom

On October 22nd, we hosted PhD Candidate, African Canadian Historian and President of the Ontario Black History Society who gave the presentation “One Too Many: Africans Enslaved in Essex County.” Click to watch Natasha’s presentation.

Facebook Live Presentation: “Establishing Black Power Settlements on Canadian Soil – From The East Coast to the West Coast,”

Every month the Amherstburg Freedom Museum has been hosting Black History Facebook Live presentations. In case you missed it you can watch all of our presentations below. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for upcoming presentations at AmherstburgFreedom

On August 13th, we hosted Rainford Cornish who gave the presentation “Establishing Black Power Settlements on Canadian Soil – From The East Coast to the West Coast.” Click to watch Rainford’s presentation.

Facebook Live Presentation: “Emancipation in Windsor: Celebrating Black Activism and Achievement.”

Every month the Amherstburg Freedom Museum has been hosting Black History Facebook Live presentations. In case you missed it you can watch all of our presentations below. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for upcoming presentations at AmherstburgFreedom

On July 31st, we hosted Essex County Black Historical Research Society President and  Historian Irene Moore Davis for her presentation “Emancipation in Windsor: Celebrating Black Activism and Achievement.” Click to watch Irene’s presentation.

Facebook Live Presentation: “The Forgotten History of the Contribution of Black Slaves and Soldiers to the Building of Canada, 1604-1945”

Every month the Amherstburg Freedom Museum has been hosting Black History Facebook Live presentations. In case you missed it you can watch all of our presentations below. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for upcoming presentations at AmherstburgFreedom

On June 19th, we hosted Dr. Amadou Ba who gave the presentation “The Forgotten History of the Contribution of Black Slaves and Soldiers to the Building of Canada, 1604-1945.” Click to watch Dr. Ba’s presentation.

Facebook Live Presentation: “Borderlands & River Crossers: Re-Examining Freedom & Safe Havens in Upper Canada.”

Every month the Amherstburg Freedom Museum has been hosting Black History Facebook Live presentations. In case you missed it you can watch all of our presentations below. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for upcoming presentations at AmherstburgFreedom

On May 8th, we hosted PhD Candidate and Fulbright Researcher, Maria Esther Hammack who gave the presentation “Borderlands & River Crossers: Re-Examining Freedom & Safe Havens in Upper Canada.” Click to watch Maria’s presentation.