Very few epitomize the need for activism in Black communities in Canada like Dudley Laws!
Before social activism was a cool hashtag and the injustices of police violence would go viral in seconds, Dudley Laws was a powerful civil right activist. He was the executive director of the Black Action Defense Committee, a group that fought adamantly for the rights of African-Canadians in the late 1980s.
After purchasing this card, use the camera on a phone/tablet to scan the QR code on the back (which will appear clearly on the card upon purchase). You will then have permanent access to this page with resources, websites and reading/critical-thinking questions for teachers/educators on Laws and other advocates for equal rights. This page will grow every year with content that you will have permanent access to.
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