Lawrence Hill in conversation with Natasha Henry

Lawrence Hill in conversation with Natasha Henry

Online Author’s Talk

The Museums of Mississauga in partnership with The Library present an online talk with celebrated Canadian author Lawrence Hill, who will share insight on his current project, a novel about the little-known story of African-American soldiers who built the Alaska Highway in British Columbia and the Yukon during WWII. Hill will be joined in conversation by Natasha Henry, President of the Ontario Black History Society, to discuss his experiences with writing about Black history in Canada.

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Friday, November 6, 2020 - 7:00pm
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