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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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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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Halifax Stanfield Feb 15
Had a fantastic morning with the celebrating . "We become more cohesive when we learn about one another" - Craig Smith, President of the Black Cultural Society.
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5thCanadianDivision Feb 9
: Cpl Hirwa on . “It also gives us an opportunity to look back & acknowledge the progress that has been achieved and evaluate what can be done to reach an even better society where we do not let our differences divide us.”
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Senate of Canada Feb 27
Tomorrow: Senate Committee on Human Rights examines Canada’s human rights obligations, as it relates to the UN Proclamation of the International Decade for People of African Descent
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Katie Contreras Mar 28
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Global Halifax Feb 21
Coming up at 8:20am Global News Morning learns more about a songwriters circle coming to North Branch library for and we get a live performance 🎶
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Stephen McNeil Feb 1
People of African descent have been part of Nova Scotia’s history for 400 years. This , I encourage everyone to celebrate our historic black communities and the people and events that helped shape the province.
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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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Myrtle Henry Sodhi Mar 27
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Downtown Halifax Feb 1
February 1 marks the start of . A number of venues around the Downtown Halifax area will be holding celebrations throughout the month. Tonight, the Father & Son Dueling Pianos are back by popular demand
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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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African NS Affairs Jan 23
launch is TODAY see it on Facebook LIVE at 10am on
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Delmore Buddy Daye Mar 5
Oxford School is at the ready for the Youth Quiz. At the .
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Senate of Canada Feb 14
Today at 11:30 a.m. EST: Senate Committee on Human Rights holds special meeting focusing on Black people in federal prisons, as part of the committee’s study on the human rights of prisoners.
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Halifax Jazz Festival Jan 29
Join us for a concert celebrating , with incredible 🥁 JR SMITH , North Memorial Library, Feb 1 at 7pm! JR will be joined by Silvio Pupo- Keys 🎹 Matt Maclennan- Bass, Luke Arsenault- guitar 🎸
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Nova Scotia Archives Feb 15
African Nova Scotian market teams en route on the Dartmouth ferry, n.d.
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Wanda Lauren Taylor Feb 24
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Wanda Thomas Bernard Jan 23
Watch the facebook live stream launch of right now! link is below
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NSLAssn Feb 3
RT : List of names of the Black men, women and children from the Chesapeake who arrived in Halifax
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