One historical woman is the Honourable Jean Augustine. She was born in Grenada in 1937, raised by her grandmother (what would we do without grandmothers that believed in education) and immigrated to Canada in the early 1960's. She earned her Master's in Education while teaching school then became a school principal. Being a strong advocate for human rights, Jean Augustine was involved in training teachers in equality and diversity, and in the development and launch of Canada's official multiculturalism policy in 1971. She was also the first black woman elected to Canada's House of Commons and was there for 4 elections until retirement in 2006.
Okay, back to the pumpkin pie. Wishing all of you a Canadian
Ohhh my, I'm so full of turkey. Mom says that tomorrow we are both back on the metabolic food or the vets will be giving us a major talking to. Hee Hee, good thing I don't understand vet talk I just have to look pretty.