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African Heritage Month 2018

African Heritage Month 2018

CELEBRATE AFRICAN HERITAGE MONTH 2018
Sharing the History and Culture of African Nova Scotians

The 2018 African Heritage Month theme “Educate, Unite, Celebrate Community” will honour and pay homage to African Nova Scotians and their long legacy of uniting a passion that has provided a base to educate and celebrate an important part of Nova Scotia’s culture and Heritage.  The theme  embraces education and encourages all Nova Scotians with the desire  to educate oneself about African Nova Scotian history.  Together, we can unite and ignite the culture and heritage we share as a community as we observe the United Nations International Decade for People of African Descent from 2015-2024. This observation focuses on three pillars: Recognition, Justice, and Development.

The province of Nova Scotia has over 50 historic African Nova Scotian communities, dating back over 400 years. These communities have a unique and rich legacy of resistance, resilience and triumph that needs to be shared with all of Nova Scotia.  It is for this reason we must Educate, Unite and Celebrate African Heritage Month.

List of 2018 African Heritage Month Events

Order 2018 African Heritage Month Poster

About The African Heritage Month Information Network

The African Heritage Month Information Network is a partnership between African Nova Scotian Affairs, The Black Cultural Society / Centre (Organizational Lead), African Nova Scotian Music Association, African Nova Scotian North-Central Network, African Heritage Month Southwest Network, Africville Heritage Trust, Black Educators Association, Black History Month Association, Cumberland African Nova Scotian Association,  Valley African Nova Scotian Development Association, the Halifax Regional Municipality’s African Nova Scotian Integration Office, and the Guysborough, Antigonish Strait African Regional Network

For More Information, Contact:
Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia
902-434-6223 or email: contact@bccns.com

Please complete the form below to order your copy of the 2018 African Heritage Month Poster. Quantities are limited, so please place your request early. Orders are generally processed within two business days and allow for 1-2 days shipping time. Posters can also be picked up at various locations in the province. For requests from outside Atlantic Canada, minimal shipping rates may apply.

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Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia
10 Cherry Brook Road,
Cherry Brook, Nova Scotia B2Z 1A8

902-434-6223

contact@bccns.com

The Society for the Protection and Preservation of Black Culture in Nova Scotia (better known as the Black Cultural Society of Nova Scotia) was incorporated as a charitable organization as an act of provincial legislation in 1977. The Society has provincial Board of Directors, made up of representatives from various Black communities throughout Nova Scotia. The Centre is funded in part by the Government of Nova Scotia.

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