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Charlottetown

"Building the Black Community: Past, Present & Future." Winter Lecture Series at the Irish Hall

A force to be reckoned with - a brief look at how women shaped PEI over the last three centuries. "Building the Black Community: Past, Present & Future." Winter Lecture Series opens with a lecture by Tamara Goff Steele, Executive Director - Black Cultural Society of PEI

"Building the Black Community: Past, Present & Future." Winter Lecture Series at the Irish Hall
"Building the Black Community: Past, Present & Future." Winter Lecture Series at the Irish Hall

Time & Location

Feb 12, 2024, 7:00 p.m.

Charlottetown, 582 N River Rd, Charlottetown, PE C1E 1K1, Canada

About the event

Join us for a compelling lecture by Community Leader Tamara Goff Steele as she delves into the evolution of the Black Cultural Society of Prince Edward Island. Discover the rich history and promising future of PEI's Black community.

Tamara's roots trace back to the Nova Scotian communities of Cole Harbour, East Preston, and Upper Hammonds Plains. Since 1999, she has called Prince Edward Island home, initially pursuing studies in music and English at the University of Prince Edward Island. With 13 years of experience as an arts administrator at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery, she now serves as the President and Executive Director of BCSPEI.

A passionate advocate for PEI's Black community, Tamara actively contributes to various organizations, including Women’s Network PEI and Art in the Open. She resides in Charlottetown with her husband and three dogs, balancing her professional life with her role as a blues singer in the band Lady Soul.

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