2nd Biennial Black Canadian Studies Conference in HALIFAX!
Under the Auspices of the James R. Johnston Chair, Dr. Afua Cooper
May 21-24, 2015
The conference presents an exciting opportunity to explore leadership and the Black community in Canada locally, provincially, nationally & globally from a variety of perspectives.
To be held at Dalhousie University, world-leading academics and community leaders from, outside academia will come together to promote dialogue, critical reflection and nuanced, perspectives on the past, present and future of Black leadership in Canada.
House at North Preston, with group of children in the foreground: Date: 2 October 1934, Photographer: Gauvin & Gentzel - NSARM neg. N-265
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Black Halifax: Four Centuries, One Community, Fourteen Stories
An innovative, interactive multidisciplinary project that celebrates Halifax’s vibrant Black community that has flourished since the 1700s and has been captured as a collection of stories, in the form of short videos, about the rich cultural life of the community. The stories are about personalities, sites, and events of historic significance to the African Nova Scotian community and are presented by local performance poets and professional actors that combine storytelling with archival photographs and film.