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Change Starts Now: Our Stories, Our History, Our Heritage

Writer
Natasha Henry
Date
2022
Publisher
Publication Studio Guelph
Format
Monographs
Size
13 × 22 × 0.6 cm
Length
28 pp
Genre
Black Art & Artists, History
Description

Change Starts Now: our Stories, our History, our Heritage by Natasha Henry celebrates local Black history focusing on the British Methodist Episcopal Church in Guelph, Ontario. With photographs from the archive and the first-hand memories of local Black historian Melba Jewell, this document is offered for Black History Month 2022 as a fundraiser for and in collaboration with the Guelph Black Heritage Society (GBHS).

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