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Black History Month at 20

In this segment from Radio Noon, host Bernard St-Laurent takes note of 20 years of dedicating the month of February to the accomplishments and legacy of Blacks in Canada.

The American Consul General in Montreal talks about plans to unveil a plaque at the place where legendary baseball player Jackie Robinson lived in Montreal in 1946. We're told the plaque will be as much an acknowledgement of the warm reception he received from fans, here, as an honour to Robinson who was the first black baseball player to play in the Major Leagues.  

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