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The Henry and Mary Bibb Series in Black Canadian Studies

With their founding of Canada’s first Black newspaper, The Voice of the Fugitive, in 1851, Henry and Mary Bibb established the Black Press in Canada. As leading Abolitionists, their work and writings made impacts in the areas of education, religion, housing, agriculture, journalism, and political mobilization. Their activism advanced Black rights in Canada and the United States.

The Henry and Mary Bibb Black Canadian Studies series welcomes scholarly book submissions that explore various aspects of Black Canadian history and life from established and emerging scholars.

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In the Light of Dawn

Illuminating two hundred years of lost Black History through the lens of an iconic abolitionist settlement

In the Light of Dawn shares the compelling story of how the iconic Dawn Settlement—now largely ...