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

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February04
Monday, 4 February, 2019 (All day)
Patrick Power Library 1st floor; 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 Month-long Exhibit (Feb.4th-28th) using Lynn Jones African-Canadian & Diaspora Heritage Collection materials to explore overlaps, intersections, and variations in Black freedom struggles, institutionalized racism, apartheid, and white supremacy in Nova Scotia and South Africa.

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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