Entries by BCRC Administrator

Black History Research Internship

  Call for Research Interns Living History: 100 Years of Black History, Culture and Heritage Black immigrants have made significant cultural, artistic, and social contributions to present-day Montréal; however, this history is often overlooked and rarely told. By collecting and sharing the memories of our oldest community members, the Living History project seeks to preserve […]

Black Studies Center (BSC) makes a significant contribution to the BCF’s strategy to increase employability in the Black Community.

The Black studies Center, the Black Community Resource Center (BCRC) the Quebec Board of Black Educators (QBBE),  the Black Academic Scholarship Fund, as members of the Black Community Forum,  are working together as partners to improve the  employability of Blacks and to stop the Brain drain of Black graduates from Montreal and Quebec. The BSC […]

BCRC TAKES INITIATIVE TO STOP BRAIN DRAIN

The “Stop the Brain-Drain Project” is a creation of the BCRC suggested by its policies for employment and employability under a strategy of holistic community development programming. The first stage of this development strategy is putting in places programs that ensure that Black youth are employable.  They must graduate from high school and have at least […]

BSC provides two new Scholarships for the Community

“We Dare to Dare in spite of the uncertainties of tomorrow” As part of the BCRC-BASF Stop the Brain-Drain Project, two new scholarships are being awarded by the Black Studies Center charitable capital fund.  The Black Studies Center (BSC) is a member organization of the Black Community Forum, dedicated to the principles and protocols of […]

Voter Prep Workshop

Come out and join us in our voter prep workshop taking place Friday 28th September 2018, 12:00 pm. The workshop is a part of a series of workshops being offered through our Seniors Program and is open to anyone who wants to participate. We will be building awareness about the upcoming elections, reviewing how to […]

Living History – Information session

The Black Community Resource Centre invites you to participate in our project “Living History: 100 Years of Black History, Culture and Heritage.” We will be creating 15 Memoryscapes of sites, organizations, and landmarks of cultural and historical significance to the English-speaking Black community of Montréal. These oral histories enable the listener to experience the hidden […]

Annual Charles Drew Blood Drive

The time has come again for BCRC’s annual Dr. Charles Drew Blood Drive! BCRC’s Dr. Charles Drew Blood Drive arose out of a shared need with Héma-Québec to increase the number of blood donations from the black community. The black community faces shortages with the growing number of Sickle-Cell, kidney disease, and other conditions requiring blood and […]