Walking Gottingen is an immersive sound walk that uses storytelling, natural sound, and diverse voices to transport listeners through a portal of lived experiences in the neighbourhood. Listeners will hear moving, intimate descriptions of an area that has been the home of African Nova Scotians, members of the LGBTQ2+ community and the Mi’kmaq First Nations community.
It’s been a while since a rally happened in Halifax, but today a large crowd of some 400 people gathered in Victoria Park across from the Public Gardens in downtown Halifax to demand justice for Regis Korchinski-Paquet and all Black lives.
After the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police, Raymond Sheppard reflects on the pervasive racism in the US and Canada.
PSA: We are now VERY CLOSE to our goal in saving the Bus Stop Theatre! We’ve raised $1,101,000 out of our $1,210,000 goal and we now need one final push to get us to the finish line.
Kendall Worth on poor people being stigmatized during the pandemic.
Regis Korchinsky-Paquet, a 29 year old Afro-Indigenous woman, died May 27th after Toronto police were called to her apartment. We join solidarity actions across the country demanding #JusticeForRegis
Women’s Wellness Within demands #JusticeForRegis, a 29 year old Afro-Indigenous woman who was killed after Toronto Police came to her home last night.
Premier Stephen McNeil wants workers looking for paid sick leave to join a union and engage in the collective bargaining process. He made the call at yesterday’s COVID-19 press conference.
The coronavirus crisis is an absolute disaster for women in so many ways—work, income, personal safety, housing, family life. Judy Haiven takes a closer look.
Media release; Groups province wide opposed to open net pens have now joined forces. They have formed the Healthy Bays Network (HBN). Committed to a healthy environment, empowered communities, local employment and well-paying jobs with a future, Nova Scotians will hear lots more from the Healthy Bays Network in the weeks and months ahead.