Feb 10, 2022
Presented by the Canadian Caribbean Association of Halton, Halton Catholic District School Board, and Milton Public Library.
Join author Lawrence Hill for a virtual talk and Q&A. He'll speak about his new book, Beatrice and Croc Harry, which is a meditation about forced migration, predation, danger, trust, and friendship. It gives readers reason to reflect about injustice and how to confront it, and about how perpetrators of injustice and those who have been wronged might meet again later in a place of respect and healing. For Grades 4 and up, including teens and adults of all ages.
ASL interpretation provided by Canadian Hearing Services.
For more information, visit www.crowdcast.io.
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