February's Focus is Love
These past few weeks, Canadian communities have been threatened by symbols and acts rooted in hatred and discrimination. Hate has no place here.
To counter misinformation and discrimination, this issue is about celebrating strength and community, through the lens of love.
Love Canadian Black History, This Month and Always!
Love Brings Communities Together!
Local Black History Month Events
Attached is the BHM Calendar Card containing the link to the live BHM event's Calendar. (HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/525YFY7X)
From the Human Rights & Equity Office | Queen's University
Celebrating Black Creators: Readings of Poetry and Prose
KFPL is accepting one piece per writer ages 13 and up from Feb. 1 to 27. Submissions can be made through the KFPL website, or by emailing Jake Miller at email@example.com
On February 22 &23, Kingston-born spoken word performer, writer and poet Britta Badour, better known as Britta B, is hosting writer's workshops. The focus of this workshop will be writing with the aim of reenvisioning the Black experience and Black existence.
On February 28, creators can read their works to the community with Celebrating Black Creators: Readings of Poetry and Prose.