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Special Feature: I speak to the BC Humanist Association

Last week I gave a 20-minute presentation to the BC Humanist Association on the importance of understanding Black History. It is a longer version of last Monday’s post, given to about 30 Humanists at one of the Association’s regular meetings. The point I was trying to get across is that it’s important to study our history honestly, as it can help us adapt to challenges we face today, and those we will face tomorrow.

The video is below the fold:

There was a Q&A afterward, and I got some good comments from the people there. Overall, I got the impression that the audience enjoyed the presentation, and they were very attentive. Hopefully I gave the audience something to think about, or at the very least kept them entertained on a Sunday morning.

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