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Aly Ndiaye, aka Webster talks about the black presence in Quebec

Aly Ndiaye, aka Webster, is a hip-hop artist born and raised in the Limoilou neighbourhood of Quebec City. He travels the world giving writing workshops and concerts. He has been passionate about the story of the Black presence in Quebec.

 

 

Webster is an inspiring public figure engaged in anti-racism movements and projects that support youth. He discusses the little-known history of slavery in Quebec, encouraging discourse about people of African descent, captive or free, who have populated Quebec and Canada through history.

He will be lecturing at the school in the auditorium on April 7th from 12:30 to 14:00. If you are not part of the groups reserved to see the lecture, spaces are very limited, so be sure to be there early.

It promises to be a truly inspiring presentation.