Who's who in Black Canada: Black Success and Black Excellence in Canada : a Contemporary Directory, 2002
Who's Who in Black Canada, 2002 - Black Canadians Biography Dictionaries - 421 pages
This first-ever contemporary directory of successful Blacks in & from Canada, provides narrative biographical summaries of 200-800 words on 700+ individuals in medicine, law, business, engineering, agriculture, religion, the arts, government, community service and more. Rated "highly recommended" in Choice Magazine, and "recommended" in Canadian Materials Magazine. Profiles are arranged alphabetically & include career highlights, major achievements, education & training, awards & honours, publications, & current contact information. Highly readable and easy to use, symbols identify the profession of each entrant & indexes list individuals by province & by sectors of activity. An ideal reference for researchers & educators on Blacks in the Diaspora; identifies key contacts in the African-Canadian population whether for business or education, and provides role models to inspire young people of Blacks excelling in a diverse assortment of careers. Here, readers meet the first Black to play in the NHL; the director of "A Raisin in the Sun" and the 2nd Black to direct a play on Broadway; leading cardiologists now practicing in the US; Blacks in the federal government and many more. To see an excerpt visit http://www.whoswhoinblackcanada.com/wwibc-prevw.htm.
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