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Ancestral Voices: Belonging and Identity in Canada: Rhythm & Belonging
May 31 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Join Newmarket Public Library for our Ancestral Voices author series exploring the experiences of Indigenous, Caribbean and African Peoples in Canada.
We are honoured to present writer, spoken word artist, and anti-racist educator, Khodi Dill. Khodi is a Bahamian-Canadian writer from Saskatoon. Centering equity at the heart of his work, Khodi hopes that his work will engage people of all ages in social justice and the arts. Dill is the author of the picture book Welcome to the Cypher, introducing young people to the transformative power of rap music. His forthcoming picture book Little Black Lives Matter is now available for pre-order everywhere. For more information, visit thegreygriot.com. The Ancestral Voices author series is hosted by Newmarket Public Library, and
co-developed by Maxine Gordon Palomino and Kim Wheatley. It features Canadian authors of Indigenous, Caribbean and African ancestry and descent. Register online or call 905-953-5110 Ext 4770