With family roots in the Dawn Settlement (founded by the fugitive slave Josiah Henson in 1841), Reighen Grineage grew up within the only Black family in Dresden, Ontario (an historically Black community). A 7-8th generation Canadian, she speaks about anti-black racism, family, and her experiences as a university student. A two part conversation with Andrew Hunter (AGG Senior Curator) & Petura Burrows (Master in Media in Journalism & Communications).
In this interview Reighen mentions her work at Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site.
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Birdman Rising #1: Jeff Thomas
Birdman Rising #2: Cory Willmott on Jeff Thomas and Cahokia
Arlene Chan: Chinese Canadian Histories
Marenka Thomson-Odlum: Glasgow and the Legacy of Trans-Atlantic Slavery
Dr. Rosie Spooner: Canada and Glasgow (Second City of Empire)
Black Lives Rooted Introduction: Liz Ikiriko and Andrew Hunter
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