"Racial Apartheid & Black Freedom Struggles in Nova Scotia & South Africa: resources in the Lynn Jones Collection" (Panel Event)

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February12
Tuesday, 12 February, 2019 - 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Patrick Power Library; Room 135; Saint Mary's University; 923 Robie Street; Halifax NS
Cost: 
Free
Organized By: Dept. of Social Justice & Community Studies Saint Mary's University

The Saint Mary's University Archives, Patrick Power Library, and Department of Social Justice & Community Studies present, for African Heritage Month, a Panel Event using Lynn Jones African-Canadian & Diaspora Heritage Collection materials and community engagement to explore overlaps, intersections, and variations in Black freedom struggles, institutionalized racism, apartheid, and white supremacy in Nova Scotia and South Africa.

The Panel will be held Tues. Feb. 12th, 630-8pm, with researcher & filmmaker Francesca Ekwuyasi, Social Justice Strategist, Songwriter and Educator Delvina Bernard, South African writer and scholar Gugu Hlongwane, and community educator, leader and activist Dr. Lynn Jones (courtesy of the Global African Congress, Nova Scotia Chapter).

Sponsors: Saint Mary's University Archives & Patrick Power Library, Associate Vice President Research, Department of Social Justice & Community Studies; African Nova Scotian Affairs.

 

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