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Black History Month | Canadian Union of Public Employees

On this page, you’ll find some learning resources on Black History Month – including ways for you to get more involved in fighting anti-Black racism and all discrimination.

Every February, CUPE celebrates Black History Month (also known as African Heritage Month) when we pause to reflect on the efforts of the many union activists and community organizers of African descent who lead the fight for inclusive communities and workplaces.

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