“Former residents, their descendants and some of the decision-makers speak out and, with the help of archival photographs and films, tell the story of that painful relocation.”
“In January 1964, Halifax City Council voted to authorize the relocation of Africville residents. Before this decision was made, there was no meaningful consultation with residents of Africville to gather their views.
There are many more important resources out there and we encourage everyone to seek them out, learn and contribute what you can.
We wholeheartedly stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter in the fight against systemic racism and police violence, and we will do whatever we can to help amplify the voices that need to be heard. As allies, it is important for us to understand our privilege so we can learn when to use it to help, and when to get out of the way.
Missing sports during the pandemic? Craving some Newfoundland sports nostalgia? Someone just uploaded full games from the final St. John’s Maple Leafs AHL season in 2004. You’re welcome.
Stream the full length debut of Kyle Gryphon’s dark Newfoundland neofolk masterpiece.
6 classic episodes will be featured, along with a short documentary on series creator Rod Sirling.
“I walked out halfway through. I couldn’t take it any more. As far as I can tell from the first half, this is a movie made by the mentally warped for the mentally warped.”
Nova Scotia jazz musician, musical director and teacher Skip Beckwith has passed away at the age of 79.