Listings in Groups & Organizations
Browse the many groups and organizations dedicated to creating and promoting change for African Nova Scotians.
The Resource Centre offers a safe place to meet community members, a supportive environment for personal growth and development, and many programs and activities that are planned and organized together by the community and staff.
5475 Uniacke St
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K 5V5
The Council on African Canadian Education (CACE) The Council on African Canadian Education (CACE) is the outgrowth of the Black Learners Advisory Committee (BLAC).
2021 Brunswick Street
P.O. Box 587
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 2S9
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 Health Association of African Canadians (HAAC) was formed in 2000 to address African Canadian health issues and the system inequities affecting health.
10 Cherry Brook Road
Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia
Cherry Brook, Nova Scotia B2Z 1A8
The BBI is committed to growing a Black presence in a diverse range of business sectors including high-tech, manufacturing, tourism , and the cultural sector.
1660 Hollis Street
Centennial Building, Suite 1201
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 1V7
Authorizes financial assistance to residents of the area in which the Fund operates for the purpose of providing better residential housing; which may include rehabilitation and improvement of existing housing, and/or the construction of new housing.
43 Churchill Terrace
North Preston, Nova Scotia B2Z 1A2
The Centre was founded in 1971 by a group of local residents in response to a need for health care services in North End Halifax.
2131 Gottingen Street (5th Floor)
Major General Donald J. MacDonald Building
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K 3B5
ISANS recognizes the key role of immigrants in Canadian society.
6960 Mumford Road
Mumford Professional Centre, Suite 2120 (second fl
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3L 4P1
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