Building upon award winning author Craig Marshall Smith’s previous book the Journey - African Canadian Study Guide, “The Journey Continues: An Atlantic Canadian Black Experience”, further documents the rich, vibrant and under told stories of the history of people of African descent in the Atlantic Provinces. Written following a chronological time line, it extends beyond historical facts and provides the reader with engaging stories of how people of African descent in the Maritimes struggled to survive and thrive in Atlantic Canada. Each separate story outlines facts, time lines, and provides a context allowing the reader to celebrate the numerous communities and individuals that have excelled, within the context of adversary, during the long history of Black settlement in Eastern Canada. “The Journey Continues” ensures that readers are exposed to many unknown facts about Blacks in Atlantic Provinces, becoming a resource that will further compliment any study on African Canadian History. Filled with both hundreds of facts & photo’s 200+, “The Journey Continues” has something for everyone, either as a classroom resource, a reference book or for general reading…..Tracey Jones-Grant winner of the 2010 Norman Horrock’s Award for Library Leadership.
The Journey Continues: An Atlantic Canadian Black Experience developed in conjunction with the African Canadian Services Division of the Nova Scotia Department of Education. It is also endorsed by the Black Educators Association of Nova Scotia, Council on African Canadian Education & Africentric Learning Institute, New Brunswick Black History Society and the Black Islander’s Co-operative.
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Released in January 2012, The Journey Continues: An Atlantic Canadian Black Experience is published by Craig Marshall Smith (Black Green and Red Educational Products) in conjunction with the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia and the Tri-County Regional School Board. It is the third book by African Canadian award winning author Craig Marshall Smith; You Had Better Be White By Six A. M. – The African Canadian Experience in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police 2006 & The Ultimate African Heritage Quiz Book – Maritime Edition 2008.