|Full Name||Carrie Best|
Carrie Best founded first African-Canadian owned and operated newspaper in Nova Scotia, The Clarion, in 1946. She also wrote and produced a radio program, "The Quite Corner," beginning in 1952. She was made an officer of the Order of Canada in 1979.
For a more detailed biography and bibliography, see her entry in the Canada's Early Women Writers project.
|Birthplace||New Glasgow, NS|
|Deathplace||New Glasgow, NS|