What does it mean to be erased?
In October of 2020, the Ontario Black History Society went through an entire 266 page history textbook and blacked out all of the non-Black history.
Only 13 pages remained.
Watch the video below to learn more.
We strongly recommend using this resource in your classroom to discuss representation and the erasure of Black history in schools.
To support you, you may wish to use the resources below. A button to make a copy of each resource is below the preview