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Live stream the National Black Canadians Summit this weekend

The National Black Canadians Summit is happening this weekend in Halifax, where over 1,000 people will come together for a truly national dialogue about the Black experience, and how to deconstruct racial discrimination in Canada.

Access all keynotes and selected panels online over three days

The National Black Canadians Summit is happening this weekend in Halifax, where over 1,000 people will come together for a truly national dialogue about the Black experience, and how to deconstruct racial discrimination in Canada.

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Join the conversation though the Summit's live stream. (NBCS)
Not able to join in person? You can purchase tickets to live stream the Summit from wherever you are. 


The three-day live stream program will showcase the opening ceremony, youth-focused workshops, keynote addresses, roundtable discussions and the Halifax Declaration.​

There are interactive modules for online delegates to engage with the Summit. You can send photos, and post comments on the blog wall, engage in session chats, and contribute to the Halifax Declaration. 

Your voice will be heard, either in person or online! Join the conversations on socials by following the hashtag #NBCS2022. 

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National Black Canadians Summit, July 29-31 in Halifax

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Being Black in Canada highlights stories about Black Canadians. (CBC)

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