The Historic Sites and Monument Board of Canada will be unveiling of a plaque commemorating the national historic significance of African Nova Scotian Viola Desmond at The former Roseland Theatre […]
Exploring EmancipationDiscussion Panel and Reception Join us for an in-depth conversation and reflection about Emancipation Day in Canada, delving into the historical background of slavery. Panelists will be Dr. Lynn […]
The Rising Stars Tutoring and Mentorship Program of the Black Cultural Centre, Presents: Ujima Summer STEAM Camp (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math). The camp will be August 8-12, […]
June 7, 2022For Immediate ReleaseFederal Apology and other events will honour No. 2 Construction Battalion(Halifax, Nova Scotia) The Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia in collaboration with the Department of […]
The Black Cultural Centre for N.S.
Established in 1983, to Protect, Preserve and Promote the history and culture of African Nova Scotians. The Centre is a museum and cultural gathering place, where the rich history of Canada’s oldest and long standing Black communities can be discovered and explored.
As well as providing an excellent cultural and educational experience for school or group tours, the centre has wonderful facilities you can rent for your next presentation or meeting.
How You Can Help
The Black Cultural Society of Nova Scotia was incorporated in May 1977, as a non-profit organization and the parent organization of the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia. The registered name is The Society for the Protection and Preservation of Black Culture in Nova Scotia. The Mandate of the Society is to Protect, Preserve and Promote Black Culture.