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This Afrocentric institute creates educational changes and opportunities for communities of African ancestry to reach their full potential. The Delmore Buddy Daye Learning Institute consists of a volunteer board of African Nova Scotian professionals. They conduct research, develop programs, and provide services on behalf of African Candian learners. They also offer lectures and events for … Read more
The African Nova Scotian Directory offers a service that connects African Nova Scotians to each other and the province by providing an expansive public database online. Visitors can search for and contribute to a comprehensive public database of African Nova Scotian points of interest like culture, food, business, education, music, and spirituality.