Cathedral Arts presents a Special Luncheon Lecture for Black History Month



    OTTAWA, Feb. 19 /CNW Telbec/ - Cathedral Arts today announced that Their
Excellencies the High Commissioners for the United Kingdom, South Africa and
Barbados will be among the distinguished guests at a sold-out Luncheon Lecture
being presented on Sunday, February 22nd at 12:30PM in Cathedral Hall, Christ
Church Cathedral, 420 Sparks Street at Bronson.
    Breaking the Chains: Anglicans in the Abolitionist Movement is the title
of the lecture being given by Dr. Robert Moore, historian, and former High
Commissioner for Guyana to Canada. The Master of Ceremonies will be Adrian
Harewood, CBC Radio host.

    The event is a Black History Month presentation of Cathedral Arts, the
arts programme at Ottawa's Christ Church Cathedral, to mark the 175th
anniversary of the Abolition of Slavery throughout the British Empire.




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For further information: John Dennison, (613) 567-1787

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