Where They Stood
The Evolution of the Black Anglo Community in Montreal
A collaborative work by young Black writers working with Montreal?s Black Community Resource Centre?Matthew Mullone, Sherwins Jean, Anne Victoria Jean-François, Jessica Williams-Daley, Renee White, Amanda Asomani-Nyarko, Yoanna Joseph, Fabiola Ingabire and Fanta Ly?Where They Stood examines Black history beyond racism and slavery to tell the stories of those who made this community possible. These young writers shine a light on the activists, the labourers, the immigrants??all those who forged the path for new generations?and focus on positivity, triumph, and joy in highlighting Black achievement and reimagining what possibilities lie ahead.
About this Author
The Black Community Resource Centre (BCRC), founded in 1995, is a growing resource-based not-for-profit organization located in Montreal, Quebec.The BCRC is a leader and advocate whose priority is to promote and support the wellbeing and success of Quebec?s English-speaking Black-Community, as well as serving other marginalized groups. Its mission is to provide support services to individuals and communities, identify and remove barriers to access to employment, and help visible minority youth rekindle their dreams and achieve their full potential.
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