The Art of Working While Black: An Art Exhibit of the Black Experience

The Bus Stop Theatre Co-op

Please join us in celebration of African Liberation Month for an art exhibit of six local Black Nova Scotian artists. We will journey through these experiences through narrative performances of the local theater group iMOVe, and be reminded of the resilience through instrumentalists, and vocal performers. The event is free and everyone is welcome! Locally … [Read More]

AUDIO: Working While Black in Nova Scotia

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Talking Radical Radio interviews Folami Jones (Kwacha House Cafe), Matthew Byard (Ujamaa) and Ben Sichel (Solidarity Halifax) about the Working While Black in Nova Scotia project. It is a response to anti-Black racism in workplaces in the province, and it is organized around a website where people may anonymously share their experiences. LISTEN TO THE … [Read More]

Working While Black in Nova Scotia

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Solidarity Halifax is proud to have collaborated with Ujamaa and the Kwacha House Cafe in the creation of Working While Black in Nova Scotia. The project aims to publish anonymous stories of anti-black racism in the workplace in Nova Scotia. Publishing these stories allows workers in the Black community to know that they are not … [Read More]