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by Victor NYANGULE on March 13, 2020
Does the book 1981 predict the Coronavirus 2019 outbreak?
by Victor NYANGULE on March 13, 2020
American Author Dean Koontz has been shared widely on social media that he predicted the 2019-2020 Coronavirus outbreak in 1981. Does 1981 book predicted the Coronavirus 2019 outbreak?... Read full article
by Touchwood Public Relations on March 04, 2020
DIGGSTOWN Returns for Season 2
by Touchwood Public Relations on March 04, 2020
Diggstown, the CBC legal drama created by lawyer and award-winning filmmaker Floyd Kane, is a smart, entertaining legal drama that shines a light on underrepresented issues through a creative lens. Set and filmed in Halifax... Read full article
by Federation of Black Canadians on March 04, 2020
A socioeconomic portrait of Canada’s Black population
by Federation of Black Canadians on March 04, 2020
The Federation of Black Canadians has partnered with Statistics Canada to disseminate the second series of analytical profile of the Black Canadian population based on data from the census and the General Social Survey. ... Read full article
by Nova Scotia Archives on February 28, 2020
Looking Back, Moving Forward: Documenting the Heritage of African Nova Scotians
by Nova Scotia Archives on February 28, 2020
‘Looking Back, Moving Forward: Documenting the Heritage of African Nova Scotians’ brings together materials, digitized in their entirety, exploring settlement patterns, community development and achievement within the African Nova Scotian community.... Read full article
by CBC Gem on January 16, 2020
STILL STANDING: East Preston, NS
by CBC Gem on January 16, 2020
East Preston, NS is one of Canada's oldest indigenous black communities, with a history that begins more than a hundred years before Canada itself.... Read full article
by African Nova Scotian Youth Lab on December 05, 2019
Social Innovation Lab for African Nova Scotian Youth opportunities (HRM)
by African Nova Scotian Youth Lab on December 05, 2019
Attached is the African Nova Scotian Youth Lab's Report for its first phase of work. The Lab's work began in January 2019 and continued through until August.... Read full article
by Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia on December 03, 2019
The Board of Directors and Staff of the Black Cultural Society / Centre along with Board Chair, Craig Smith and Executive Director, Russell Grosse, offer sincere condolences on the passing this week of a community Historian, Leader and Trailblazer.... Read full article
by CBC Gem on September 26, 2019
Hear Here: A Musical Geographic - North Preston
by CBC Gem on September 26, 2019
Two kindred musical spirits delve deep into Canada's quieter corners in search of the musical soul of the nation (North Preston, N.S.).... Read full article
by Victor NYANGULE on September 12, 2019
THE FEAR CURE
by Victor NYANGULE on September 12, 2019
What would life be if you had no courage to attempt anything? I’m asking you. As you muse over your answer, another man said, “We are more often frightened than hurt, and we suffer more from imagination than from reality. ... Read full article
by Victor NYANGULE on August 21, 2019
Song Review: Family Man by Alex "Cunny" Ross
by Victor NYANGULE on August 21, 2019
Alex "Cunny" Ross, known for his Family Over Fame campaign made a comeback with Family Man after releasing She's Down in January 23, 2017 and HIP-HOP that featured Mikaylaa States in May 2015.... Read full article
by Victor NYANGULE on August 13, 2019
Is There Any Person Richer Than You?
by Victor NYANGULE on August 13, 2019
I was raised in a small Kenyan town where everyone knew everybody, and at that time, people seemed to genuinely care about their neighbors. My grand parents were not a wealthy but we could afford what's necessary. Summary, we were middle class family... Read full article
by Victor NYANGULE on August 12, 2019
About Face: Facial Recognition Trends in 2019
by Victor NYANGULE on August 12, 2019
Facial recognition involves of using facial image scanning to match or authenticate identities and collection of data. In this case, quite number of different technologies can work together with facial recognition to achieve a wide variety of goals.... Read full article
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