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Thank you, Ground Breakers & Trail Blazers: Breaking the Colour Barrier panelists. View full Gallery:
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BBC releases free The Underground Railroad audiobook via
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Amazing resource to learn sign language! launched library of 2,000+ GIFs of American Sign Language phrases
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Halifax Libraries Feb 21
We're working on it! We've sent you a DM,
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Halifax Libraries Feb 21
Child and Adolescent Anxiety: What is it? What can parents do to help? Tonight,
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Halifax Libraries Feb 21
Chasing Champions shares the story of boxing legend, Sam Langford. More moments and events:
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Halifax Libraries Feb 21
Today is International ! “Languages are who we are”: via
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Halifax Libraries Feb 20
launch five laws of media and information literacy via
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Halifax Libraries Feb 20
Hear a 9,000 year old flute - the world’s oldest playable instrument - get played again via
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Halifax Libraries Feb 20
Discover more historic accomplishments with the Mi'kmaw Book of Days.
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Halifax Libraries Feb 20
Did you know the Mi'kmaq & Maliseet sent nearly half of their eligible men to enlist during WW1?
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Halifax Libraries Feb 20
Hear how "Apignajit" or "February" is pronounced with the Mi'gmaq/Mi’kmaq talking dictionary.
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Halifax Libraries Feb 19
Cat and dog lovers: the battle of the books via
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Halifax Libraries Feb 19
Listing of 1871, 1881 and 1891 Census of Mi’kmaq in Nova Scotia-check the intro to understand errors.
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Halifax Libraries Feb 19
Researching Mi'kmaq family history includes a stop at NS Archives Mi'kmaq Holdings Resource Guide.
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Halifax Libraries Feb 19
Include Luski (Mi'kmaq bread) along with your traditional Sunday brunch menu.
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Halifax Libraries Feb 19
Libraries are for everyone! via
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100 best websites for writers 2017 via
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Tina Murphy Feb 18
Let's talk LGBTQTA Inclusion Revolution with Karlene Williams-Clarke
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Halifax Libraries Feb 18
Happening Sunday, March 26 at !
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