Teacher Resource Guide
Systemic Racism and Resistance
through the art of Zacharie Vincent
Zacharie Vincent (1815–1886) is a unique figure in nineteenth-century Canadian art. A member of the Huron-Wendat community of Jeune-Lorette, just north of Quebec City, Vincent adopted European painting traditions for his art. The exercises in this guide explore systemic racism and resistance in Canada, taking the artworks of Zacharie Vincent as a starting point for learning.
- Racism and the power of words and images
- History’s heroes: exploring historical resistance to systemic racism
- In their own words: creating an anti-racism portrait wall
Canadian History, First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Studies, Social Studies, and more