Listings in Groups & Organizations
Browse the many groups and organizations dedicated to creating and promoting change for African Nova Scotians.
The organization was established as a not for profit organization on May 27, 2009 in the Province of Nova Scotia. The mandate of the organization is to promote awareness of the roles played by Blacks in Hockey and other notable sports.
The Indigenous Blacks & Mi'kmaq (IB&M) Initiative at the Schulich School of Law was established in 1989 to increase representation of Indigenous Blacks and Mi'kmaq in the legal profession in order to reduce discrimination.
6061 University Avenue
Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law Rm. 32
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4R2
The Congress of Black Women of Canada is a voluntary non-profit organization which is dedicated to improving the welfare of Black women and their families in their local communities Nationally to clarifying and bringing due recognition to the role of
P.O Box 21005, Shoppers Drug Mart
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B2W 6B2
As an Africentric Institute, the DBDLI creates educational change and genuine opportunities for learners and communities of African ancestry to reach their full potential.
5539 Cornwallis Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K 1B3
The vision of CANSA is that all citizens, including persons with disabilities, African Nova Scotians and youth at risk be respected and grow socially, economically and culturally in Cumberland County.
24 Crescent Avenue
Amherst, Nova Scotia B4H 1V1
The Cultural and Academic Enrichment Program, offered to African Canadian children, is a supplementary educational program initiated by African Canadian parents (Education Committees)
2136 Gottingen Street, Halifax, NS,
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K 3B3