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Guelph Black Heritage Society launches Dream Makers youth program

Dream Makers Youth Program to present Code Black – a Black-centred program where participants will learn how to build a basic interactive website
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NEWS RELEASE
GUELPH BLACK HERITAGE SOCIETY
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The Guelph Black Heritage Society (GBHS) continues its #ChangeStartsNow Anti-Racism Education Initiative with the Dream Makers Youth Program. The GBHS desires to provide a safe haven for our young people – an area to develop friendships, to learn from their mentors and to allow them the opportunity to feed their souls by creating a space to have the freedom to be creative, the freedom to dream and the freedom to realize anything is possible.

The Dream Makers will present Code Black, a program geared towards students in Grade 7 to university. Code Black is a Black-centred program where participants will learn how to build a basic interactive website using HTML and Java. The program is free of charge and will take place in-person at Heritage Hall (83 Essex St.) from 1 - 4 p.m. from Monday July 11 to Friday July 15. We will be accepting registrations until July 4.

This program is open to all members of the community and there is no charge to register. Space is limited. To register for Code Black: Code Black Registration Form (google.com)

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