Faith Jackson


Faith Jackson lived at 213 Brunswick Avenue from 1950 to 1972. She was the wife of a direct descendant of Albert Jackson, Toronto's first black mail carrier, who owned the house in the 1890s. In her interview she discusses the racism experienced by the black community and her memories of overcoming it. (Read more about Albert Jackson in this Toronto STAR article.)

Audio: Eleanor Levine interviews Faith Jackson


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