Keeping the Conversation Going: The Montreal Holocaust Museum & Segal Centre present a panel of inspiring Black voices in our community in conversation about art, culture, and systemic racism.

  • Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at 7 PM
  • On Facebook Live (you do not need to have a Facebook account to watch the event)

Keeping the Conversation Going

About the Discussion

  • Mike Payette, Actor, Director, Educator, and Arts Advocate; Artistic and Executive Director of Geordie Theatre, Quebec’s largest English-language Theatre for Young Audiences company
  • Rivka Campbell, Co-Founder of Jews of Colour-Canada, Executive Director of Beit Rayim Synagogue and School in York Region
  • Nantali Indongo, CBC Broadcaster, Host of the arts and culture program The Bridge, and Arts and Culture Columnist on Daybreak
  • Josa Maule, Founder of Montreal school of Performing Arts (MSOPA), Casting Director, Acting Coach, Director, and Producer
  • Lisa Ndejuru, Counselor, Psychodramatist, Founding Member of the Living Histories Ensemble, Organizer and Activist serving the Rwandan diaspora for over 20 years
Tune in at this link at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, September 23 to watch. Click “get reminder” to be notified when we go live!
Join us on Facebook


Receive our invitations

Subscribe to our emailing list to receive our latest communications, public statements and invitations to our events.

Complete the form

Visit our virtual exhibit

Learn about genocide to better understand how it can and must be stopped.

Learn more

Read our public positions

The Museum implements actions and programs to sensitise decision-makers and the public.