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Audio recordings by Marvin Burke on Negro Music in Nova Scotia

File contains two audio reels (0.7 cm tape), recorded by Marvin Burke, documenting black music in Nova Scotia. Tapes include recordings of The New Road Community Group (March 21, 1967), The Easter Sunday Sunrise Service at Seaview Baptist Church (March 26, 1967), and Seaview Baptist Church, Africville (May 21, 1967).

Black wimmin: when and where we enter : [poster]

Item is a poster for Black Wimmin: When And Where We Enter, a group exhibition presented by the Diasporic African Women's Art collective. The exhibition toured Canada in 1989 and was presented in Halifax, Nova Scotia by Eyelevel Gallery from September 6 - 23, 1989.

Correspondence related to the Black Wimmin: When And Where We Enter exhibition

Item consists of correspondence between Suzanne Saul, Bridglal Pachai, Pat MacInnis, Grace Channer, Chloe Onari, Jo Stern, Buseje Bailey, Garry Conway, Catherine Phoenix, Anne Johnson, Ken Aucoin, Barbara Taylor, Joanne Lindsey, and Donna James, related to the "Black Wimmin: When And Where We Enter" exhibition at Eye Level Gallery.

George Robertson's historical documents collection

  • MS-2-779
  • Collection
  • 1750-1871
Collection consists of letters written by and to Joseph Howe and a legal document concerning land set aside for the Jamaican Maroons.

Robertson, George

Growing up Black in Halifax

Series contains three audio reels from Growing up Black in Halifax, a three-part radio series broadcast on CKDU Radio 97.5. The series originated from a conversation between Rocky Jones and his daughter, Tracey Jones during Black History Month in February 1989. The series is an interview between Belinda MacFadyen of CKDU radio and Tracey Jones.

Minutes of a Board of Governors meeting held on November 14, 1989

File contains an official binder copy of the meeting minutes. File also includes the bound report "Breaking Barriers: Report of the Task Force on Access for Black and Native People", submitted September 21, 1989 (Committee members include A. Wayne MacKay, Julia Eastman, Anthony Johnstone, Janis Jones-Darrell, Viola Robinson, and K. Scott Wood).

Photograph of students from the Transition Year Program

Item is a photograph of Dalhousie students in the 1971/1972 and 1972/3 Transition Year Program class, posed in front of the TYP house before leaving on a trip with TYP instructor Burnley (Rocky) Jones to visit the TYP program at the University of Toronto.

(Back row) Kerry Best; Sandra (née Oliver) Miller; Alister Coward; Lynn Jones; Ronnie Sparks
(Middle Row) Beverley (née Johnson) McFadden; Norma Williams
(Front Row) Herbie Desmond; Keith Marshal; Danny Williams; Lex Bizzeth
ABSENT: Roxanne Barton

Sing freedom : exploring and celebrating music of African Heritage : [poster]

File contains a poster for a concert by the Halifax Camerata Singers in collaboration with Linda Carvery, Bruce Phillips, and Doug Dean. The concert was in support of St. George's YouthNet Outreach and St. Patrick's-Alexandra School Music Department. It was held at St. Matthew's United Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia.