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African NS Affairs is a vital link that connects government and African Nova Scotian community on matters involving issues, policies and programs.
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CanadianEncyclopedia Feb 19
Who was the first Black person in Canada? It's time Canadians learned his story.
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NSProvincialLibrary Feb 20
Celebrate Caribbean Nova Scotian Literature In Honour of African Heritage Month Wednesday, February 27 at the Nova Scotia Archives / 6:30 – 9:00 pm
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Nova Scotia Gov. Feb 19
. is a one-of-a-kind recruitment company creating more vibrant communities in Nova Scotia. Learn more about these at
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StatusofWomenNS Feb 19
Still room to improve on the value and power of engaging with women of colour in business | The Chronicle Herald
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StatusofWomenNS Feb 19
1998: New Democrat Yvonne Atwell is elected, becoming the first female African Nova Scotian MLA.
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StatusofWomenNS Feb 19
Nova Scotia's Dolly Williams, Wade Smith honoured on black history poster | CBC News
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Lanrick Bennett Jr. Feb 17
Feb 17th of "On Oct. 28 1859, Hall became a man of several firsts: the first black man, the first Nova Scotian and the first Canadian sailor to receive the Victoria Cross." via HT
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Tina Murphy Feb 18
Last week Mother Nature forced us to reschedule the musical presentation of "Lift Every Voice" Join us for a showcase of inspiring voices at Halifax Central on Wed Feb 20 at 7:00 pm. This will have you celebrating, hand clapping & toe tapping for days to follow!
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Sir Charles Tupper Feb 12
What a wonderful presentation by Amadou Kienou & Djeli Sira! Introduced to beautiful instruments, dance, & story! Thank you!
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Nova Scotia Works Career Connections Pictou County Feb 12
Shaping a Community: Black Refugees in Nova Scotia Nova Scotia has been home to people of African descent for over 300 years.
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L MacDonald Feb 11
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NSProvincialLibrary Feb 8
7 Black Nova Scotian Writers You Should Be Reading
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African NS Affairs Feb 7
Town of Truro celebrated the launch of with a reading of the civic proclamation and poster unveiling on Monday, February 4th, 2019.
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NS CCH Feb 7
The province is helping the celebrate 75 years of supporting young artists with additional funding to help them turn dreams into careers.
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Strait Regional Centre for Education Feb 7
A beautiful display as part of the school's celebrations!
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Labour & Advanced Ed Feb 6
More NS businesses are seeing the potential in young, diverse, new graduates. Over 150 of the grads hired through Graduate to Opportunity identified as diverse. Celebrate our 4th anniversary with us and watch the story of one of these grads:
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Halifax Libraries Feb 6
“A year of advancement." On January 24, the Black History Month Association and Halifax Public Libraries celebrated the beginning of African Heritage Month in . View the full gallery:
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Strait Regional Centre for Education Feb 6
Wonderful learning activity to celebrate !
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6 O'Connor SJAM Feb 5
These kids worked so hard on their entries. Super proud of them.
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Halifax Libraries Feb 4
Scroll down the page to explore the BBC's beautiful multimedia piece "Black in Canada: 10 Stories". via
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