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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 Nova Scotia Public Libraries on February 10, 2020
Mayann Francis' Memoir (Free Download during AHM)
by Nova Scotia Public Libraries on February 10, 2020
Celebrate African Heritage Month: Download Mayann Francis: An Honourable Life from Nova Scotia's Public Libraries... 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 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 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
by The ENRICH Project on July 08, 2019
The ENRICH Project Story Map
by The ENRICH Project on July 08, 2019
The ENRICH Project Story Map provides an overview of activities and projects the ENRICH Project has been involved in over the last seven years to address environmental racism using text, maps, video, audio, and links to social media and news articles... Read full article
by The ENRICH Project on July 08, 2019
The Africville Story Map
by The ENRICH Project on July 08, 2019
Learn about the history of Africville in the Africville Through the Years tab. ... Read full article
The Canadian Black History Collective (CBHC) is proud to present their inaugural historical guide - Jamaican Maroons in Halifax: A Black Canadian History Guide telling the frequently forgotten story of the Jamaican Maroons in Halifax. ... Read full article
by Business is Jammin' on April 16, 2019
Business is Jammin' Newsletter
by Business is Jammin' on April 16, 2019
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!... Read full article
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... Read full article
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... Read full article
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African Nova Scotian Directory - Google Local Guide
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