The SAMoSA Study
From Africville to Alton Gas: A Pop-Up Book Launch for:
There's Something in the Water: Environmental Racism in Indigenous & Black Communities
Wednesday, October 3, 6 pm - 9 pm
Paul O’Regan Hall, Halifax Central Library
5440 Spring Garden Rd, Halifax, NS B3J 1E9
Please join Dr. Ingrid Waldron for her Halifax book launch From Africville to Alton Gas: A Pop-Up Book Launch for There's Something in the Water: Environmental Racism in Indigenous and Black Communities. Ingrid will be joined by friends and colleagues who will read passages from the book and contribute their own experiences and perspectives on the issues and stories documented in the book. The following speakers will be joining Ingrid to deliver talks:
Geri Musqua-LeBlanc, Elder, Dalhousie University Elders in Residence Program
Lenore Zann, Nova Scotia NDP Party
Ellen Sweeny, Atlantic PATH
Mikiko Terashima, School of Planning, Dalhousie University
Irvine Carvery, Africville Genealogy Society
Michelle Paul, Environmental Activist
Louise Delisle, South End Environmental Injustice Society
Dorene Bernard, Grassroots Grandmothers Circle
Ingrid will be signing copies of her book, which will be available for purchase.
Organized by Fernwood Publishing and the ENRICH Project
Sara Kirk's latest article in The Conversation, published August 29, 2018
How to make a national school food program happen
As summer winds down and a new school year begins, the conversation about food in schools is once again heating up.
In June, Sen. Art Eggleton tabled a motion calling on the federal government to consult with key stakeholders to develop a cost-shared universal nutrition program across Canada.