— Black community
- Done with Slavery: The Black Fact in Montreal, 1760-1840 by Frank Macky (2010), McGill-Queen's University Press
- Black Then: Blacks and Montreal, 1780-1880's by Frank Mackey (2004), McGill-Queen's University Press
- Deux siècles d'esclavage au Québec by Marcel Trudel (2004), Éditions Hurtubise
- Black in Montreal 1628-1986: An Urban Demography by Dorothy W. Williams (1989), D.W. Williams
- The Road To Now: A History of Blacks in Montreal by Dorothy W. Williams (1997), Vehicule Press
- The hanging of Angélique: The untold story of Canadian slavery and the burning of Old Montreal by Afua Cooper (2007), University of Georgia Press
- Black like who?: Writing Black Canada by Rinaldo Walcott (2003), Insomniac Press
- Fear of a Black Nation: Race, Sex, and Security in Sixties Montreal by David Austin (2013), Between the Lines
- A place in the sun: Haiti, Haitians, and the remaking of Quebec by Sean Mills (2016), McGill-Queen's Press-MQUP
- The empire within: Postcolonial thought and political activism in sixties Montreal by Sean Mills (2010), McGill-Queen's Press-MQUP
- Slavery, geography and empire in nineteenth-century marine landscapes of Montreal and Jamaica by Charmaine Nelson (2017), Routledge
Articles and online documents
- Bertley, Leo W. The Universal Negro Improvement Association of Montreal, 1917–1974. Diss. Ph. D. dissertation, Concordia University, California, 1980.
- Cheryl Thompson, Black Canada and Why the Archival Logic Memory needs Reform, Les ateliers de l'éthique/The Ethics Forum. Vol. 14. No. 2. Centre de recherche en éthique de l’Université de Montréal, 2019.
- David Este, Christa Sato et Darcy McKenna, The Coloured Women’s Club Of Montreal, 1902-1940: African-Canadian Women Confronting Anti-Black Racism, Canadian Social Work Review Volume 34, numéro 1, 2017, p. 5-163.
- Extian-Babiuk, Tamara. " To be Sold, a Negro Wench": Slave Ads of the Montreal Gazette, 1785-1805. Diss. McGill University, 2006.
- Mills, Alexandra, Désirée Rochat, and Steven High. "Telling Stories from Montreal's Negro Community Centre Fonds: The Archives as Community-Engaged Classroom." Archivaria 89.1 (2020): 34-68.
- Sandra Evoughlian - Envisioning New Futures: Portrait Photographs of Black Victorians in Montreal, 1861–1901, Diss. McGill University Libraries, 2018.
- Sarah-Jane (Saje) Mathieu, “North of the Colour Line; Sleeping Car Porters and the Battle Against Jim Crow on Canadian Rails, 1880–-1920,” Labour/Le Travail vol. , 47 (Spring 2001)
- The Evolution of the Black Community in Montreal: Change and Challenge
- Webster in collaboration with CCUNESCO, Livret - L’esclavage au Canada