⚓️ Tune into the Anchor today at 12:30pm! CJAM’s weekly news segment funded by the Community Radio Fund of Canada. Join Aysha Mian as she covers stories related to the underrepresented communities of Windsor. This week we have updates and some events regarding Black History Month.
📌 CAOS co-presidents talk about their upcoming Gala and why they chose to have it.
📌 Period Pin talks about their map highlighting free menstrual products in Canada in light of their partnership with the Windsor Public Library.
📌 The Essex County Black Historical Research Society held a Black History Month Kick-off event. Their president, Irene Moore Davis discussed the event and why it started.
📌 Canada Post unveiled a new stamp of abolitionist, teacher, educator, and activist, Mary Ann Shadd. One of her descendants, Irene Moore Davis shared her thoughts on the unveiling.
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