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The Black Cultural Society

The Black Cultural Society was incorporated in May 1977, as a non-profit organization.

The registered name is The Society for the Protection and Preservation of Black Culture in Nova Scotia.

The late Rev. Dr. William Pearly Oliver was one of the Founding members of the Society. A Wall of Honour is dedicated in his memory.

The Society is the Governing body of the Black Cultural Centre. With representatives from the various Black Communities across the province consist of the Board of Directors of the Black Cultural Society, along with a
representative of the African United Baptist Association.

Its first annual meeting was held on August 15, 1977.

The Mandate of the Society is to Protect, Preserve and Promote Black Culture.

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Membership Benefits

You are cordially invited and encouraged to become a member of the Black Cultural Society.

Membership of the Black Cultural Society is open to the general public and coincides with the Society’s Annual General Meeting in September.

Membership privileges include:

  • A membership card
  • Information of Events hosted by the Black Cultural Centre.
  • Voting at the Annual General Meeting of the Black Cultural Society.

Application Form

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.

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