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- Research examines violence from Black youth perspective
- Community and police must respect investigative process
- Leaders of new school break ground
- Mini-poste launches its second year
- Video production team assists community organizations
- A mother's perspective on sending her child to school
- Afterschool special
- Youth develop ideas and solutions for Quebec's future
- The advantage of opportunity
- Festival brings nations together
- First African-American president elected President Barack Obama
- I have a dream speech - Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Accessing the law
- How child custody is determined
- Something special
- Black women are like...
- Create a gameplan
- Recommended reading list
Black Community Resource Centre (BCRC). “Semaji” 6, no. 3 (November 2008).
Contributing CKOL partner
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Black Community Resource Centre (BCRC)
English-speaking Black population of Montreal
Developing historical and cultural programming; community networking; youth employment support