Ontario Black History
- The Black Lives Canada syllabus is a crowd-contributed list of books, articles, videos, music, and other media about black history and contemporary life in Canada. This version of the list can help you find those books in your local library.
- The Ontario Black History Society is a nonprofit "dedicated to the study, preservation and promotion of Black History and heritage." Their website includes resources for Black History Month in Ontario, and encourages the public to send them profiles of yourself or other black people with an interesting story to share>.
- An article featuring Nikki Clarke, the President of the Ontario Black History Society, discussing ways of teaching black history in schools. The article is written by Meagan Gillmore and appeared in Teach Magazine.
- Black History in Canada - a virtual exhibit by the Archives of Ontario.
- Black History Canada - a website by Historica Canada.
- Many Rivers To Cross: The African-Canadian Experience - a virtual exhibit by the Multicultural History Society of Ontario.
- Black History in Grey County - a virtual exhibit by Grey Roots Museum & Archives.
- Have a comment about these exhibits, or want to share your memories of multicultural Ontario? Submit your story here.
- Search OurOntario.ca to see millions of pieces of Ontario's history, from over 200 heritage organizations.