Natasha L. Henry

Natasha L. Henry

Natasha Henry is an educator, historian and curriculum consultant specializing in the development of learning materials that focus on the African diasporic experience. She is the author of Firsts (2014), which was awarded the Gold Medal Moonbeam Children's Book Award for Multicultural Non-Fiction as part of the Sankofa Black Heritage Collection. Natasha is also the author of The African Diaspora (2015), Early Societies: Africa, China, and Europe (2013), Talking About Freedom: Celebrating Freedom in Canada (2012) and Emancipation Day: Celebrating Freedom in Canada (2010). Natasha has written several entries for The Canadian Encyclopedia on African Canadian history. Natasha has developed the educational resources for several exhibits and web-based projects on the Black experience in Canada, including the CBC miniseries The Book of Negroes. Natasha is a PhD student in history at York University.

Follow Natasha @NHenryFundi or see more of her work at Teaching African Canadian History.

Articles by Natasha L. Henry

Fugitive Slaves in Canada, 1860
Article
Underground Railroad
Act to Limit Slavery
Article
Chloe Cooley and the Act to Limit Slavery in Upper Canada
Fugitive Slaves in Canada, 1860
Article
Fugitive Slave Act of 1850
Harriet Tubman
Article
Harriet Tubman
Act to Limit Slavery
Article
Slavery Abolition Act, 1833
Members of the No. 2 Construction Battalion, 5 July 1920
Article
Black Voting Rights in Canada
British Slave Ship Brookes
Article
Black Enslavement in Canada