Tell us what Black History Month means to you

CBC Kids News • Published 2021-02-01 17:29

Use 10 words to tell us what Black History Month means to you

February is Black History Month, or if you’re in Nova Scotia, African Heritage Month.

As the Canada Heritage website suggests, Canadians take this month to support “festivities and events that honour the legacy of Black Canadians, past and present.”

CBC Kids News is going to be featuring some articles for Black History Month that you’ll be able to find on the homepage.

We want to understand what the essence of Black History Month means to you, so take our challenge and tell us in 10 words or less.

What does Black History Month Mean to you? In 10 words or less, share what Black History Month means to you. Please include your first name, age, where you're from and a photo of yourself. Ask a parent/guardian for permission and fill out the form below. Email it to cbckidsnews@cbc.ca by Feb. 12 for a chance to be featured on cbckidsnews.ca

Fill out this form and email it to cbckidsnews@cbc.ca by Feb. 12 for a chance to be featured on the Kids News site.

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