On October 12th FBC held a national online talent show as a final component to its National Black Pulse Anti – Racism Campaign. The event featured 12 Black artists who performed for over 100 attendees in a virtual format. Performers showcased their culture, their languages, messages of motivation, unity, and resilience. The event was also used as an opportunity to showcase and educate the attendees on our free online toolkit produced by FBC and Funded by the Government of Canada Minister of Diversity and Inclusion and Youth. The purpose of the toolkit is to fight racism and provides educational tools to promote Black Canadian history and combat online hate in partnership with other community organizations. Our goal is to improve the understanding of anti-Black racism among Canadians of all backgrounds.