Rebecca Rose continues her virtual tour of historic LGBTQ2S+ Halifax with a look at Citadel Hill and other popular cruising spots in the sixties and seventies. “If the action fails, there’s always the view.”
Today historic LGBTQ2S+ history guide Rebecca Rose takes us to the beverage room in the Dresden Arms Hotel. People from the hotel used to come down to watch the lesbians.
Rebecca Rose continues her virtual tour of LGBTQ2S+ history with a visit of the Green Lantern Building on Barrington Street.
Rebecca Rose takes us on a virtual tour of some significant spots in Halifax LGBTQ2S+ history. First stop, the Turret!
Free Equity Watch webinar: Disability: A neglected issue in human rights, Wednesday, July 22, 4 pm . Featuring Gus Reed.
Members of the CUPE Nova Scotia Transition House Sector Committee (NSTHSC) are adding their voices to the call for the provincial and federal government to conduct a comprehensive, transparent public inquiry into the mass shooting murders that occurred in April.
Tireless activist and frequent NS Advocate author Warren (Gus) Reed will be the focus of a webinar on human rights and disabilities in Nova Scotia.
Wonderful news, we are so pleased that Nova Scotia Advocate journalist Kendall Worth won this year’s James McGregor Stewart Award, recognizing high achievement by a Nova Scotian with a disability!
Kendall Worth tries to shed some light on the wait for the one-time $600 for people who live with disabilities . This was promised by the federal government earlier this month, and then things happened…
Warren (Gus) Reed: My present complaint against the Human Rights Commission and the ministries of health, environment and justice goes to the heart of government indifference to the needs of people with disabilities. Being disabled in Nova Scotia is no cakewalk. There is discrimination at every turn. Employment, health, income, education, transportation – you name it – people with disabilities face discrimination.