Banking executive and community supporter Stanley Julien to receive UWI Vice-Chancellor Award

For nearly six decades, the Negro Community Centre (NCC) in Montreal’s Little Burgundy provided critical after-school and weekend programming for Black youths.

Banking executive Stanley Julien is a product of the historic centre set up in 1927 to serve the city’s Black community.

It ceased operations in 1992 and the building was demolished a decade ago.