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African Heritage Month Resources

Complied by: The Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia.

Please note that some of resources were produced by outside parties and not the work of the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia, as such, please review the links and information as we are not responsible for the content developed by others. Thank you

Downloadable Resources

Web Links

Delmore “Buddy” Daye Learning Institute

Office of African Nova Scotian Affairs

Government of Canada

Black History in Canada

Family Fun Canada – African Heritage Month Resources

Black History Canada

Halifax Public Libraries

York Region – Black History Month Resources

Halifax Regional School Board

Multiculturism – Canadian Heritage Site


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


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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