132 – A Brief History: Slavery in Canada and Africville

Episode 132: In this episode, we take a look at a topic not spoken of often, slavery in colonial Canada and its aftermath. As well, we learn a little about the Black Loyalists in Nova Scotia and the shameful destruction of the community of Africville near Halifax, beginning in 1966.

Sources and further information:
[Africville Museum]
[Africville]
[The story of Africville | CMHR]
[Remember Africville by  – NFB]
[Transmopolis  » Wild Reports   » Eddie Carvery and Africville]
[2020 Honouree: the community of Africville | NS Heritage Day]
[Nova Scotia Archives – Gone but Never Forgotten]
[Black History in Canada | The Canadian Encyclopedia]
[Black History in Canada Education Guide | Canadian Encyclopedia]
[CDC: Black Loyalists]
[Code Noir – Wikipedia]
[Africville: A Community Destroyed | CBC Radio]
[Stolen From Africville – Broken Homes, Broken Hearts – Documentary]
[Remembering Black Loyalists – Who were Black Loyalists?]
[The story of slavery in Canadian history | CMHR]
[The Atlantic slave trade: What too few textbooks told you – | TED-Ed]
[Slave Voyages]
[The transatlantic slave trade: introduction]
[Heritage Minutes: Underground Railroad — YouTube]
[Africville — Children’s Book Reading — YouTube]
[Africville | GlobalNews.ca]
[Africville sources | Source Guide | Halifax]
[HRM: Africville – Apology]
[Fundraiser: Eddie Carvery – 50 Years of Africville Activism]