Through her outstanding work and practice as a poet and academic, Afua worked on and curated numerous exhibitions, focusing on African Canadian culture, Black women’s history, gender, slavery, abolition, and freedom…

  • Black Halifax: Stories From Here, (2015)
  • Freedom City: Uncovering Toronto’s Black History, Toronto Public Library (2015)
  • Black Communities in British Columbia: 1858–2008, City of Vancouver Archives (2009)
  • Enslaved Africans in Upper Canada, Archives of Ontario, (2007)
  • The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, Ontario Bicentenary Exhibit, Toronto (2007)
  • I’ll Use My Freedom Well: The Josiah Henson Story, Uncle Tom’s Cabin Museum, Dresden, ON (2006)
  • The Underground Railroad, Next Stop: Freedom, Royal Ontario Museum (2002)
  • A Glimpse of Black Life in Victorian Toronto: 1850-1860, Museum Division, City of Toronto (2002)