African Heritage Month 2021
As ISANS works to help immigrants settle in Nova Scotia, our goal is to share information with our clients and partners about the diverse communities that exist and thrive across this province. This micro-site is dedicated to the vital legacy of African Nova Scotians and the long-standing history of their contributions to Nova Scotia’s development.
With this interactive map, we hope to highlight the settlement journey, culture, and achievements of African Nova Scotian communities.
We hope the resources below are helpful and ignite your curiosity to do further research. If you have any questions or want to add to this interactive map, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the early 1900s, hundreds of Caribbean immigrants, known as … Read more
Viola Desmond, who was named a National Historic Person in … Read more
Available on Nova Scotia Museum Publishing Catalogue’s website, the Baskets … Read more
Find over 500 digitized documents related to early African Nova … Read more
Black Halifax is an innovative, interactive, multidisciplinary project that celebrates … Read more
This Afrocentric institute creates educational changes and opportunities for communities … Read more
The War of 1812 resulted in another significant migration of … Read more
Viola Desmond was a Canadian civil rights activist and businesswoman … Read more
The church was the heart of Africville. It was located … Read more
The Africville Museum looks across the land where the people … Read more