Niagara Parks to Host Dynamic Virtual Speaker Series on Black History and Culture in Canada

pictured above  l/r Rosemary Sadlier Saladin Allah  Rochelle Bush

Held on the last Wednesday of January, February and March of this year, The Niagara Parks Virtual Black History Speaker Series will feature three leading historians and commentators and their diverse perspectives on Black History and culture in Canada.

The speaking dates are as follows:

January 27, Rosemary Sadlier author, international speaker and renowned social justice advocate speaking on Blacks in the Military

On February 24, Saladin Allah, writer, radio personality, youth advocate who is also commissioner for the Human Rights Commission in Niagara Falls, speaks on The power of Cultural Competence.

On March 31, Rochelle Bush who is a Public historian and owner/ primary guide of Tubman Tours Canada, will speak on:  Self -Liberated and Famous-Fugitive Freedom Seekers Escape to Niagara.

The Series is delivered as a live streamed digital event. Tickets grant access using any computer tablet or mobile device for the live interactive sessions and priced $15 per event or $35 for all sessions.

All sessions begin at 7 p.m. go to for more info on speakers and to reserve tickets.