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A black community in Vancouver? : a history of invisibility

@inproceedings{Rudder2004ABC,
  title={A black community in Vancouver? : a history of invisibility},
  author={A. Rudder},
  year={2004}
}
Supervisor: Dr. John Lutz This paper explores the difficult but common historical problem of why some peoples are included in History and others are left out. The challenge of writing History which includes these people "without a History" has been the focus of social historians world wide since the 1970s and some advancements have been made in the effort to give voice to people who have been silenced in the past. The focus here is slightly different and more subtle: how do you write a history… Expand

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