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Biographie en images

Voici Mary Ann Shadd

April 19, 2022 | Children's hardcover
ISBN: 9781443190602
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Voici Mary Ann Shadd! Née dans un état esclavagiste de parents militants, Mary Ann était la plus âgée de treize enfants. Marchant dans les traces de ses parents, elle a décidé de militer pour la communauté noire et de s'installer au Canada. Des années plus tard, elle est devenue la première femme noire à publier un journal en Amérique du Nord. Et ce n'était que le début... car Mary Ann a dédié sa vie à faire changer les choses.

Découvrez l'incroyable histoire de Mary Ann, éducatrice, éditrice et abolitionniste. Son parcours a marqué l'histoire et son héritage vit encore aujourd'hui.

Meet Mary Ann Shadd! Born in a slave state to activist parents, Mary Ann was the eldest of thirteen children. Following in her parents' footsteps, she decided to pursue community activism as well and settled in Canada. Years later, Shadd became the first Black female newspaper printer in North America. But that was just the beginning for this inspirational woman who was dedicated to making a change.

Follow the remarkable story of Mary Ann, an educator, publisher, and abolitionist whose amazing legacy lives on today.

Original title: Scholastic Canada Biography: Meet Mary Ann Shadd

ISBN: 9781443190602
Format: Children's hardcover
Pages: 32
Publisher: Scholastic Canada Ltd
Published: 2022-04-19

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