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Exploring the Relevance of Black History Month 25 Years Later

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Jackman Law Building, University of Toronto

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78 Queen's Park

Toronto, ON M5S 2C5

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BLACK FUTURE LAWYERS SPEAKER SERIES

Celebrating Black History Month: Examining the Relevance of Black History Month 25 Years Later

Twenty-five years ago, Canada’s House of Commons officially recognized February as Black History Month, following a motion introduced by the Honourable Jean Augustine, the first Black Canadian woman elected to Parliament. Please join us in welcoming Dr. Augustine for a fireside chat with senior associate Keri Bedeau of BLG LLP.

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Dr. Augustine served four consecutive terms in the House of Commons in various roles including Minister & Secretary of State for Multiculturalism, and Deputy Speaker. Dr. Augustine is an educator, parliamentarian and advocate for social justice. Please click here for a full bio.

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  • 11:00 AM Check -in at Student Services in the UofT Law Jackman Law Building
  • 11:10 AM Depart by TTC, as a group from UofT Law to BLG LLP
  • 12:00 - 2:00 PM Speaker and tour of BLG LLP
  • 2:00 - 2:30 PM Return by TTC to UofT Law

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10 BFL undergraduate students can join in on the event organized for current lawyers.

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