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Louise Gavarkovs Feb 17
Ss explore & celebrate the work of Clementine Hunter
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Mrs. Stickings Feb 5
Did you know that February is African Heritage Month?
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Acadia University Feb 13
Rev. Dr. Peter J. Paris (’55) is a scholar, educator and noted academic leader. He received an honorary doctorate from in 1990 and the Distinguished Alumni Award in 2012. Learn more:
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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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Scott Belton Feb 15
If you weren’t at the tonight, you missed out. Incredible talent, incredible message.
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Mrs. McCormack Feb 15
The 6’s showing their creativity making their own versions of the Dap Handshake.
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MCADINC Feb 17
Thank you for having us at you library today!
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Mazen Ellaz Feb 15
"A good head and good heart are always a formidable combination - Nelson Mandela". Our Spring Garden team celebrating
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peter wicha Feb 15
Mr. Calvin with Paul and Maya - weekly winners of African Heritage Quiz with movie passes! Congrats!!!
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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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Geoff Regan Feb 2
is an opportunity to listen to the stories of African Nova Scotians who have helped shape our community via
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Jamea Zuberi Feb 5
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MARLANT Feb 16
Meet LS Isaac Blakata, a remote operated vehicle operator for the Electronic Dive Systems section. You can read more about LS Isaac Blakata and his contributions to the and his community.
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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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Scott Belton Feb 16
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Abhi Arulanantham Feb 7
A shining start to tonight's session
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Stewart McKelvey Law Feb 16
Thank you to George Elliott Clarke for sharing his poem Rollcall with the Halifax office, as part of our celebration. Timothy Crofts of provided piano accompaniment during the reading of this poem, which was commissioned in 2017 by .
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NS Mass Choir Feb 7
Tonight central: come to our first performance for !
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Dalhousie News Feb 17
On Feb 17, 1962, the African Students' Association was formed at in order to promote unity and understanding among African students and between Canadian and African students. Here is a photograph of the group from 1963:
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Bellmere Junior PS Feb 14
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