A Black History Documentary Resource

Engage students across Grades 7-12 through the engaging Journey to Africville experience!


Journey to Africville, Nova Scotia, where begins the origins of the Black community in Canada! This presentation features notable activist and North America’s longest civil rights protester, Eddie Carvery, who shares his experience of turning his anger into action for 50 years.

Be prepared to:

...see, hear and learn about the once-prominent Black settlement on the shores of the Bedford Basin, Africville
...gain a deeper understanding of the severe hardships endured by Black migrants to Canada throughout the centuries using the power of storytelling
...be challenged by thought-provoking questions from voices in the Black community. Does racism still exist in Canada? What responsibility do we each have towards ending it?
Your participation in this unique presentation supports the Africville Heritage Trust Museum scholarship fund and empowers leaders in the Black community to excel in media communications.
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Here's what's included:

  • Journey to Africville Video A 40-minute Documentary Resource For Black History Month
  • Program Rundown
  • Terminology Guide
  • Curriculum Connections Guide
  • Black-Owned Business Reference List
  • Student Worksheets
  • 7 Stand Alone Doc-style Stories About Africville
  • 1 Original Song 
  • 1 Original Rap  
The Journey to Africville experience includes all of the content you need to run an interactive classroom experience during Black History Month.

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Your participation in this unique presentation supports the Africville Heritage Trust Museum scholarship fund and empowers leaders in the Black community to excel in media communications.

“The presentation was very entertaining and was legitimately engaging towards a younger audience.”

~ Anonymous

“This was an awesome video with lots of information and value”

~ Sam

“It was very informative and educational. I thoroughly enjoyed watching this video and learned a lot from it.”

~ Lily, Grade 11

“Great people, great media, great story, this documentary outlines the story of Africville in nova Scotia in a nicely edited format.”

~ Anonymous

“Very informative video on how Canadian policies and government in the past have affected the black community.“

~ Anonymous

“This virtual experience was breathtaking! An in-depth look into the history of Africville, something I think everyone should know about.”

~ Madison S, Grade 10

“This presentation was put together so well, I loved the visuals and speakers straight from Africville.”

~ Abraham J, Grade 11

“Extremely educational and is the best window to Africville’s history and culture.”

~ Hareem Akhtar, Grade 8

“I loved how clearly everything was explained and how everything was talked about. This video answered all my questions about Africville.”

~ Anonymous

“I loved this program as it was concise, and summarized main events that took place in Africville! I acknowledge that many don’t realize the significance of such events and should know what happened in the past. Using this course is really beneficial for learning in a fun way!”

~ Zunaira, Grade 11

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