Grand River Hospital raises the Pan-African flag for Black History Month
This month Grand River Hospital and Foundation are kicking off Black History Month by raising the Pan-African flag on our secondary flagpole. The Pan-African Flag was created in 1920 and is now a powerful symbol worldwide representing the African diaspora, Black unity, and Black liberation. Grand River Hospital will fly the Pan-African flag all of February in celebration of Black History Month.
We were also honoured to have GMA Female Vocalist of the Year and Grand River Hospital team member Tuzee, sing “Lift Every Voice and Sing” during the flag raising. The Hospital will fly the Pan-African flag all of February in celebration of Black History Month.