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Business is Jammin' Newsletter

Business is Jammin' Newsletter

in Entrepreneur, Innovation, Community, Development, Empowerment

Check out the April Business Is Jammin' newsletter to learn about the Biz Kidz March Break camp, the Futures Program, BIJ art contest, events, and more!

Street Checks Report

Street Checks Report

in Publications, Research, Community

Dr. Scot Wortley's independent report on the issue of police street checks was released March 27 at a press conference in Halifax.

Donna M. Smith

Donna M. Smith

in History / Archives, Alumni, Features

African Nova Scotian Affairs (ANSA) will be sharing short narratives over the next four weeks about various people, history and symbolism of African Heritage. African Heritage Month Narratives – Week Three: When a woman rules, streams run uphill

The Hatfield House – Abigail Price (circa 1748 – date of death unknown)

The Hatfield House – Abigail Price (circa 1748 – date of death unknown)

in History / Archives

African Nova Scotian Affairs (ANSA) will be sharing short narratives over the next four weeks about various people, history and symbolism of African Heritage. African Heritage Month Narratives – Week Three: When a woman rules, streams run uphill

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The African Nova Scotian Directory

The African Nova Scotian Directory

East Preston native, Tyson Tolliver, is a self-starter with a passionate interest in preserving and promoting African Canadian culture.

July 1, 2018 By Ariel Gough

Building BLxCKHOUSE in North Preston

Building BLxCKHOUSE in North Preston

LeMeia Reddick is redesigning trusted urban spaces.

March 14, 2019 By Ki Rolle

Celebrate African Heritage Month 2019: Sharing the History and Culture of African Nova Scotians

Celebrate African Heritage Month 2019: Sharing the History and Culture of African Nova Scotians

This year’s African Heritage Month provincial theme, Our History is YOUR History, recognizes the unique history of African Nova Scotians and how it is interwoven with the past, present and future of all Nova Scotians.

December 17, 2018 By African Heritage Month Information Network

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Basket Weaving – Edith Drummond Clayton

Basket Weaving – Edith Drummond Clayton

in Community, History / Archives

African Nova Scotian Affairs (ANSA) will be sharing short narratives over the next four weeks about various people, history and symbolism of African Heritage. African Heritage Month Narratives – Week Three: When a woman rules, streams run uphill

Giovanni Johnson

Giovanni Johnson

in Brewing, Innovation / Innovators, Entrepreneur, Alumni, Features

African Nova Scotian Affairs (ANSA) will be sharing short narratives over the next four weeks about various people, history and symbolism of African Heritage. African Heritage Month Narratives – Week Two: Patience can cook a stone

Canadians Views On Hate

Canadians Views On Hate

in Research

To mark the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Canadian Race Relations Fdn / Fondation canadienne des relations raciales and the Association for Canadian Studies - ACS released a national survey - Canadian Views On Hate.

Guardians of Maritime History

Guardians of Maritime History

in Community, Film & TV, History / Archives, Video

On Sunday March 17th, CBC Land & Sea aired a documentary about the Community of Gibson Woods.

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