Zack is a Creole-Texan anthropologist, communicator, and musician based in Montreal. He is motivated to provide a platform for unheard and under-represented voices to create positive structural changes in North America. He will be writing the first chapter of the book that will help push the understating of the community in the Black anglophones in Montreal. The reason for his participation in the project is because he feels Montreal’s history is intrinsically connected to his own in the southern United States. Black history in Canada is important because it will help provide a holistic view on the country’s past, changing the hegemonic landscape that we are currently in.