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Delmore Buddy Daye Feb 20
The panel of Vanessa Fells, El Jones, Desmond Cole and Sandra Hannebohm at the Central branch
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Delmore Buddy Daye Feb 20
The panel is on point, making it real El , Desmond, Sandra, Vanessa Deep sharing
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Delmore Buddy Daye Feb 20
Desmond Cole sharing passion and knowledge
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Delmore Buddy Daye Feb 20
Desmond Cole at the Central Library is now under way
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Delmore Buddy Daye Feb 20
See-Hear-Count Data is a event for parents/guardians of learners of African descent, ANS community members, educators & students. Get relevant info on the assessment results & on ways to support student success .
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Delmore Buddy Daye Feb 20
We are pleased to announce our first annual Ancestral Roots Awards: Recognizing Young Adult Leaders. This ceremonial event is to give recognition to upcoming community rooted African Nova Scotian leaders. For more info & to nominate visit our website
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Delmore Buddy Daye Feb 16
See-Hear-Count Data is a event for parents/guardians of learners of African descent, ANS community members, educators & students. Get relevant info on the assessment results & on ways to support student success .
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Delmore Buddy Daye Feb 16
See-Hear-Count Data is a event for parents/guardians of learners of African descent, ANS community members, educators & students. Get relevant info on the assessment results & on ways to support student success .
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Teens Now Talk Feb 10
Youth R the future. A powerful teens making a different event. "
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Nova Scotia Courts Feb 9
It's almost time to toast Judge Corrine Sparks & her amazing 30-yr career on the NS Family Court! We're also looking forward to honouring our other African Nova Scotian members of the Bench
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Ms.Frances Feb 9
“Our teacher’s believed in us and our abilities” Judge Connie Sparks speaking about attending segregated schools with little resources
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Ms.Frances Feb 9
Tonight-Honouring distinguished judicial service. “Knowledge and service to one’s community are more durable than something built by hand”
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Rhonda Britton Feb 9
Judge Corrine Sparks marks . In 1987, she was the first Black female judge in Canada.
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Ms.Frances Feb 9
“Talk about us because this will inspire our children to set lofty goals... and believe all things are possible”
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Kelly Cyr Feb 6
A sneak peak at just one of the entries for the ANS history challenge. So proud of the hard work and learning that happened.
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Craig Myra Feb 7
My sons entry for the ANS History Challenges. My boy is so proud.
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Kelly Cyr Feb 8
African Heritage is in full effect . We all show our understanding in different ways. 6 Cyr has proved this with their amazing projects. Art work, videos, picture books, a quilt, stories and more. Tout en français!
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Delmore Buddy Daye Feb 2
Join us for the Kuumba Cultural Project celebratory sessions, in GUYSBOROUGH at the African Canadian Heritage Friendship Centre- Saturday March 3, 2018 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm. OR in HALIFAX at The Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia on Saturday March 24, 2018 - 2:00pm to 2:00pm
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Delmore Buddy Daye Feb 1
A great turn out for the 2nd annual Dalhousie African Heritage Month launch & Pan African flag raising.
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Delmore Buddy Daye Jan 29
Suicide is the leading cause of death among young people. Let’s look to youth led initiatives as leading examples towards its prevention. Join us and in this February for . Registration now open:
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