February 19, 2021

Black History Month Resources

Here's a couple ways you can uplift Black artists, authors, restaurants, businesses, and groups during Black History Month (and every other month of the year).


1. Freedom is a Constant Struggle – Angela Y. Davis

2. The Fire Next Time – James Baldwin

3. Beloved – Toni Morrison

4. The Vanishing Half – Brit Bennett

5. How to be an anti-racist- Ibram X. Kendi 

6. So You Want to Talk About Race - Ijeoma Oluo 

7. Four hundred souls- edited Ibram X. Kendi and Keisha N. Blain

8. The Master's Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master's House-A.Lorde 

9. Intersectionality-Patricia Hill


1. Black Manner (@black.manner)

2. Bless (blessnaturel)

3. Le Chic Lady (lechicladyofficial)

4. Saint Lyon (@stltyonapparel)

5. Lloydie’s (@lloydies.mtl

6. Kwizinn (@kwizinnverdun

7. Boom J’s Kitchen  (@boomjscuisine)

8. The Virunga (@levirunga)

9.Touch radiance (@touchradiance)



1. Harvinos Logos (@harvinoslogos)

2. Art by Satiie (@satiie)

3. Jalen Frizzell (@jalenfrizzell)

4.  Nigra Iuventa (https://nigraiuventa.com) (@nigra_iuventa)

5. Nick Trotman (@nicktrotman


Montreal Groups:

1. Black Student Union (@bsuconcordia)

2. African Students’ Association (@asacconcordia)

3.  Black Woman Initiative (@blackwomaninitiative)(alysha@blackwomaninitiative.com)

4. Black Girls Gather (@blackgirlsgathermtl)

5. Black Students’ Network McGill (@bsnmcgill)

6. McGill African Student Society (@mcgillmass)

7. Concordia Caribbean Student Union (@ccsuconcordia)

8. McGill Caribbean Students Society (@mcgillcss)

9. Black Perspectives Office (@bpoconcordia)

10. Hoodstock (@hoodstock_mtlnord)

11. Racial Justice Collective (@racialjusticecollective)


  1. Kenbe la, Until We Win-Will Prosper