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One Hour 12 Parts
Four young Black Canadian students describe the stories of Canada’s early Black personalities.

Contents
Part 1: The African Slave Trade
Open Your Eyes (Spoken Word poem)
Part 2: Mattieu (Matthew) da Costa (1605) (story)
Part 3: Olivier Le Jeune (1628) (story)
Part 4: Marie-Joseph Angélique (1734) (story)
Part 5: Stephen Blucke (1783) (story)
Part 6:
Thomas Peters (1787 (story)
“Exodus Rap” (hip/hop song)
Part 7: Rose Fortune (1783 - 1864) (story)
Part 8: Mary Postell (1770s - 1780s) (story)
Part 9: Jamaican Maroons (1796) (story)
Part 10: Richard Pierpoint (1776-1812) (story)
Part 11: Black Warriors (1812) (story)
Part 12: “Do You Remember” (song)

Public Libraries VHS or DVD $79.95
(includes public performance rights)

ALSO AVAILABLE
BLACK HERITAGE,
THE 9TH BOOK IN
THE DISCOVERING CANADA SERIES

 

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Last Updated April, 2007.