Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Quenta Adams-Coward Feb 1
One of our fantastic students entertaining the Dal community and honoured guests at our opening celebration
Reply Retweet Like
Doug Ford May 1
Today we start Asian Heritage Month! Let’s celebrate the many achievements and contributions of the Asian community.
Reply Retweet Like
North End CHC Feb 22
Do you love music? Head to the Scotian Songwriters Circle happening tonight at 7pm at the Halifax North Memorial Public Library to enjoy the music of African Nova Scotians and celebrate !
Reply Retweet Like
North End CHC Feb 27
It's Pay What You Can night at ! Tonight's show is The Mountaintop- a powerful depiction of Martin Luther King Jr.'s final hours before his assassination. The show remembers MLK Jr. as a leader in the Civil Rights Movement. Doors open at 7pm!
Reply Retweet Like
Corey Beals Feb 26
We celebrated Jamaican heritage and culture today Station 16. Educate, Unite, Celebrate Community .
Reply Retweet Like
Wanda Thomas Bernard🏳🌈 Feb 25
Back at Halifax Airport and blessed again to see these AHM Panels. I would love to see these permanently displayed here.
Reply Retweet Like
Quenta Adams-Coward Feb 1
Raising the Pan African flag next to Dalhousie’s Student Union in recognition of the legacy and contributions of people of African descent
Reply Retweet Like
Corey Beals Feb 15
Our 1st of 8 AHM Cookouts . Station 45 crew assisting the chefs with “Eritrean” meal prep .
Reply Retweet Like
HPI Feb 1
"Women are often the ones taking care of the community...the backbone..." Dr. Barbara Hamilton-Hinch on black Nova Scotia women leaders
Reply Retweet Like
CBU Feb 3
Viola Desmond Designated National Historic Person: "This designation recognizes the importance of Viola Desmond not only as a Canadian civil rights icon but as pioneer Black entrepreneur,” says Dr. Graham Reynolds
Reply Retweet Like
North End CHC Feb 24
Replying to @NorthEndCHC
The Africville museum was built across from where Africville once was.Through the museum, the community has been able to educate Nova Scotians about the history of Africville & gain recognition and justice. To learn more, visit:
Reply Retweet Like
Corey Beals Feb 1
February is African Heritage Month. Let’s celebrate and honour the past and present contributions of people of African Descent .
Reply Retweet Like
Dal Nursing Feb 20
On Feb 28 'Experiences of Black Mothers in Hospitals: Past, Present & Future' panelists will discuss their professional experiences providing care to black mothers in hospitals 6:00–7:30pm Dal CHEB Bldg Rm 150
Reply Retweet Like
Corey Beals Feb 25
Another great meal with the crew Station 16. A pleasure to welcome the Congolese community to share their heritage and culture .
Reply Retweet Like
NSCC Marconi Campus Feb 6
African Heritage Month 2018 - Did you know that Mayann Francis was the first African Nova Scotian Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia? Did you know that the NSCC Marconi Campus Library is named in her honour?
Reply Retweet Like
Corey Beals Feb 28
Our final Cookout for Headquarters and Support Staff. Huge thanks to Dr. Bishop for the deep historical perspective, and to Gina and Jason for the delicious “soul food”. FireUp !
Reply Retweet Like
Melissa Francis May 16
Reply Retweet Like
African NS Affairs Jan 23
CELEBRATE AFRICAN HERITAGE MONTH 2018 Download this year poster on the ANSA website: Order a physical copy of this year's poster from the Black Cultural Centre:
Reply Retweet Like
Rob Summerby-Murray Feb 2
We’re proud to celebrate African Heritage Month on our campus.
Reply Retweet Like
Nova Scotia Archives Feb 9
Between 1813 and 1816 over 2000 African American refugees landed in Halifax and settled throughout Nova Scotia. Their arrival was often noted in the shipping news, seen here on September 1, 1814.
Reply Retweet Like