Black History Month takes place every February in Canada and is a month-long celebration that recognizes and honours the contributions, achievements and experiences of Black Canadians.
The purpose of Black History Month is to educate Canadians about the rich and diverse history of Black people in Canada, to increase awareness and understanding of Black culture and to celebrate the accomplishments of Black Canadians in all aspects of Canadian society. It is a time to reflect on the past, celebrate the present, and create a better future for Black Canadians.
There are many organizations and educational resources across the country devoted to the promotion and awareness of Black Canadian history, including:
TDS encourages all of our lawyers, paralegals, legal assistants and staff to take time this month to reflect, learn and celebrate with friends and family.
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