Black history belongs outside of the month of February. Black voices, experiences, histories, and futures deserve to be a part of the every day classroom.


However, few teachers explored Black history in their own schooling beyond MLK and the civil rights movement.


Here are a few of our favourite resources to help you get started on your Black history teaching and learning journey.









1. Resource Guide: Dismantling Anti-Black Racism in Schooling, Education, and Beyond.
Explore this guide from OISE to discover a range of resources related to Black history in Canada, critical race theory in education, and how to begin to talk about race and racism in the classroom.
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2. Teaching African Canadian History. 

Natasha Henry is the president of the Ontario Black History Society and has created a wealth of resources to support the teaching of Black/African-Canadian History. Click here to find lesson plans, primary and secondary historical sources, and more resources to explore. 
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3. Black History Month from the Government of Canada Canadian Heritage website. 

In honour of Black History Month, the government of Canada has compiled a bank of resources, including information on noteworthy historical figures, the historic experience of Black Canadian communities, and Black legacies and institutions.

Click here to learn more. 

4. ETFO 365 Black Canadian Curriculum

From posters and calendars to full lesson plans, the Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario has put together a bank of resources to support K-12 teachers in incorporating Black history all year round.

Click here to learn more. 

Parents of Black Children