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African Nova Scotian Panel Event (HRM)

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February28
Thursday, 28 February, 2019 - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Halifax City Hall
Cost: 
Public Event
Organized By: African Nova Scotia Affairs intergration Office (ANSAIO)

Race Relations, Black Experience and the Future of Municipal Government

Keynote: Raymond Tynes – Former Councillor and Mayoral Candidate from Truro

Panelists:

Késa Munroe-Anderson – Manager, Race Relations Human Rights Commission
Shakira Weatherdon – Equity and Inclusion Consultant, NSCC
Carolann Wright-Parks – Director Community Economic Development and Strategic Engagement (Halifax Partnership)
Wayne Talbot – Councillor, Ward 1, Truro

Moderator: Councillor Lindell Smith – District 8, Halifax Peninsula.

Note: Please note that RSVP is required for the Panel Event due to limited space at City Hall. Email ansaio@halifax.ca to reserve your space or for more information.

 

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