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Abhi Arulanantham Feb 7
Every beat tells a story. Celebrating through the art of drumming
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Wanda Thomas Bernard Feb 2
I had wonderfully receptive & reflective audience at Bridgeway Academy talking about . When asked what they will tell their parents tonight, one student responded “I am going to ask my parents what they know about black history”. What a great takeaway!
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Courtney Smith Feb 22
After hearing about how The ABC’s of Viola Desmond was made, I challenged my students to find a creative way to display their research paragraphs. Here’s the start of a poster about Neil deGrasse Tyson created in Google Draw!
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Mrs. Lowhar Feb 7
From Africa to the Word, “we are here because someone survived”
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Wanda Lauren Taylor Feb 24
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Katie Contreras Mar 28
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BLT Junior Feb 28
BLT students, staff, and parents celebrated African Heritage month through dance, song, drumming, poetry and more at our most recent assembly.
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DalMedSchool Feb 13
The first African Nova Scotian graduate of Dal Medicine is a role model to youth minorities. Meet Dal Med Innovator, Chadwick Williams
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Ms. Zubair Feb 13
If you heard a ruckus this afternoon in DW, our bad! We were learning about African heritage + using 5 senses to look at materials in music & patterned rhythms.
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Irving Shipbuilding Feb 2
William Hall was the first Black, the first Nova Scotian, and the first Canadian Naval recipient of the Victoria Cross. He is also the namesake of the 4th ship in the Harry DeWolf class being built by our talented shipbuilders
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Jamea Zuberi Feb 5
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MARLANT Feb 26
Meet Dartmouth, NS native MS Jeffery Miller, a Naval Combat Information Operator onboard , who was recently named Sailor of the Quarter (4th) in 2017. You can read more about MS Miller’s contributions to the
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Daniel Joseph Samson Feb 5
African-American steelworkers celebrate their craft and their place in the British Empire - parade marking the coronation of Edward VII with a float of the Blast Furnace, Sydney, NS, 1902
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Acadia University Feb 15
Donald Oliver (’60) graduated with honours in history with a minor in philosophy and English literature and served as Class valedictorian. A prominent lawyer, he is a member of the Queen’s Council and served in the Canadian Senate from 1990-2013.
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MARLANT Feb 28
Capt (N) Forget & the Defence Visibility Military Advisory Group thank Quentrel Provo for sharing his thoughts and insight during
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Mrs. Lowhar Jan 30
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Abbey Matheson Feb 28
We celebrated this last day of February and African Heritage month with a special guest speaker, Irvine Carvery! The teachers all got to wear beautiful kente cloths and we awarded this month’s Royal Students.
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L M Strangway Feb 7
“Let freedom reign” quotes the words of Martin Luther King as he addresses the group
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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.
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Mrs. Lowhar Feb 1
The Director John Malloy attending the launch From Africa to the World. Photography by TDSB student Auset Luxor
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