A poem by Chad Norman about the men of the N.C.A, and others as well, dressed in whiteness, the little fellas with big hatreds. Donald, Jared, Andrew, Jason, Doug, and even Stephen…
Press release: The Nova Scotia Native Women’s Association is declaring a State of Health Emergency in our Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw communities.
On Friday evening June 14 the Nova Scotia College of Social Workers is bringing together five professionals to share their experiences and perspectives regarding child welfare. Their discussion will be followed by a public Q&A.
Alex Kronstein continues to explore an Autism NS report, specifically the section about autistics wandering off. Here he tackles police interventions involving autistic people in general, and specifically racialized people. Alex also suggests some safety issues that aren’t getting the attention that they deserve.
The man photographed at a local Tim Hortons sporting a sizable Islamophobic tattoo is indeed a member of the Canadian Navy, a Navy spokesperson confirmed late this afternoon..
A member of the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) observed at a local Tim Horton’s sporting a large Islamophobic tattoo on his forearm has been identified and is now being investigated by the RCN chain of command.
Two major events dealing with a Green New Deal are scheduled in Halifax this month. We talk to one of the organizers of this Thursday’s town hall about how the two events relate, and where they differ.
Raymond Sheppard looks at environmental racism in Nova Scotia. “It could be concluded that environmental racism is an act of attempted genocide,” he writes.
The way we live
Taking home microaggressions
That we never ask for
From Tired bodies, a poem by Martha Mutale, a poet from Zambia who now lives in Nova Scotia
The white supremacist National Citizens Alliance (NCA) continues to make efforts to get established in Nova Scotia after earlier attempts failed miserably.