Presentations and Educational Resources

A few presentations, research notes and such to share with the community or students. 

HHSY members are also available to deliver presentations and participate in Q&As. For more information, please contact us.

HHSY Portable Exhibits

Portable pop-up displays of Black and Asian history in the Yukon can be borrowed for school or community locations from Yukon Archives. Displays are in English and French.

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Yukon Bibliographies

HHSY has produced bibliographies of Asian and Black people in Yukon history to enable more in-depth studies. These bibliographies list individuals and families known to us, as well as available sources about them. Bibliographies also include special topics like the contribution of Black soldiers to the building of the Alaska Highway and Japanese climbing expeditions to Mount Logan. Do you have more to add? We would love to hear from you!

ASIAN HISTORY BLACK HISTORY

Sharing Our Stories: Oral History Recording Guidelines, prepared for HHSY

There are many definitions of Oral History, but it is most commonly understood as the process of saving these spoken memories by a sound recording.

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Black History in Canada Education Guide

The purpose of this Guide is to enhance your students’ knowledge and appreciation of the Black Canadian experience, drawing from Lawrence Hill’s award-winning historical fiction, The Book of Negroes, the remarkable journey of Aminata Diallo and the historic British document known as the “Book of Negroes.”

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Internment and Redress: The Story of Japanese Canadians

A Resource Guide for Teachers of the Intermediate Grades Social Studies 5 and Social Responsibility. The lessons provide students with opportunities to critically reflect upon events and issues in order to make connections with the past, examine the present and hopefully, shape the future.

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Virtual Exhibits and Stories

Portable pop-up displays of Black and Asian history in the Yukon can be borrowed for school or community locations from Yukon Archives. Displays are in English and French.

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