“Where I Belong”: Tracing the History of Dartmouth’s ‘The Avenue’

Written by Guest Blogger, Kate Foster The Avenue is a small, but significant, historically Black community at the end of Crichton Avenue in Dartmouth. Only a handful of Black families live there today, but the community was once home to over 130 residents and spread over a larger area of land, near Mic Mac Mall…
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Honour and Remember: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

Grandmother, mother, daughter, granddaughter, sister, aunt, niece, daughter-in-law, cousin, friend, neighbour. In partnership with the Mi'kmaw Native Friendship Centre, we want to honour and remember the spirits of over 4,000 missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in Canada, educate our communities about this epidemic, and empower us to move forward together in reconciliation and change. 
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