Dec 3rd | 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Would you like to become a Black Beauty Culture Hair Innovator? Register now to take part in this series and gain the skills required. …
George Elliott Clarke, with Afua Cooper, Amatoritsero Ede, Sylvia Hamilton, El Jones, and Monica Mutale perform their poems alongside music.
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Honour the end of slavery in the British Empire, including Canada, with these picks about the African Nova Scotian experience.
Learn about Emancipation Day, marking the end of slavery for African descendants in Canada and beyond, with resources, fiction, and poetry.
Explore the foundations of Black faith and resilience in Nova Scotia with historical and insightful reads surrounding Black churches.
A story of triumphs, tragedies and tasty food. Learn about a pioneering American chef's life before and after moving to Nova Scotia.
René Boudreau's video series will help Black Nova Scotians explore the province, gain perspectives through travel, and break down barriers.
In 2021, the Preston Township Library Office opened its doors to the community. Get to know the special team that serves the area!
"I have a simple challenge for you. What makes you deeply happy?" Learn more about Funmi, and register for her teen sewing series this May.
Our people, our history. This research piece focuses on the not-so-ordinary lives of John and Esther Roan (Carvery) of Africville.
When Charles R. Saunders (1946-2020) began writing his series, he likely had no idea how it would change readers' lives. Read his story.