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Black in Calgary in the 1960s

Calgary was not a huge city in the 1960s. There were few Blacks, nor was there a well-established Black community. Before the arrival of Blacks from Nova Scotia and Africa, most Blacks in Calgary were from Amber Valley and similar small rural Black communities integrated and in some way related.

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