On October 20th 2009, The Historic Sites Committee of the London Public Library unveiled a plaque in honor of “The Dawn of Tomorrow” newspaper. The plaque was erected at the site where the paper has been published since 1923, at 95 Glenwood. This was also the house where Kay Livingstone, founder of the Congress of Black Women of Canada lived. Founded in 1923, The Dawn of Tomorrow paper was the original voice of the Black community.