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Righting Canada's Wrongs: Africville

In the 1960s, after ignoring the Black community’s repeated petitions for basic services, the City of Halifax bulldozed Africville in the name of urban renewal.

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Lone Runner

A Black teen displays persistence and confidence to go from running solo to being part of a cross-country team.

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No One's Baby

To make decisions for the future, you have to find out the truth about your past

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Willie O'Ree

This book traces the early life of the NHL's first black hockey player, Willie O'Ree, from his home in Fredericton, New Bruswick to the Hockey Hall of Fame

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Righting Canada's Wrongs: Africville

In the 1960s, after years of ignoring the basic needs of the community, the City of Halifax bulldozed the Black community of Africville in the name of urban renewal.

Hardback   Out of print
9781459413580 | Published: April 2019

Ride or Die

Kanika, a 15-year-old Black girl from a small town, is lured into the sex trade when she falls for an older teenage boy. Based on true-events, this book recounts the physical and emotional abuse experienced by young victims of sex trafficking, and how one girl survives and escapes.

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Tournament Fugee

Unable to concentrate on his game because of the traumas he experienced in Syria, Victor, captain of a soccer team of refugee kids, discovers how to offer real leadership to his team during a national competition.

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Team Fugee

Ozzie and the other Nigerian refugees compete with a team of refugees from Syria for time on the field. The two rival teams must then unite to try to win the division championship.

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Two Strikes

KaLeah's a natural at baseball, but when she is excluded and bullied by Nikki and her clique because she is black and a better player than Nikki, she joins the boys' team.

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Real Justice: Jailed for Life for Being Black

The compelling story of a young professional boxer and the racism that led to his wrongful conviction

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