Wall Scholar Annette Henry Celebrated in New Book
March 24, 2022
Dr. Annette Henry if featured in the new book, 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women, co-authored by the Honourable Dr. Jean Augustine, Dauna Jones-Simmonds and Dr. Denise O’Neil Green. The book highlights, documents, acknowledges and supports the accomplishments of Black Canadian women in recognition of their social, educational, political and professional successes.
The book grew out of a desire to inspire Black girls and women by showcasing examples of the many contributions Black women have made, and continue to make, in Canadian society. 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women also helps build a database for future publications to acknowledge the accomplishments by Black Canadian women from a variety of career paths including government, not-for-profit, legal, health, education and academia.
The women included in the 2022 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women were selected based on their efforts to support Black girls and women, their leadership or their participation in organizations and groups working for the advancement of Black women and girls. The book is available for pre-order through the 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women website.