Tag Archives: Africville

Doing What Is Right Versus What Is Legal, Is There A Dfference?


I have been mulling it over in my head for some time now trying to figure out what has happened to the people of the world and why it is that we are all doing the things that we know are wrong … Continue reading

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The Inuit of Quebec ( Another Forced Move )


What We Find When We Look Under The Rug It would seem that the government of Canada has been forcefully relocating its people for a long time. This is a particularly distasteful example and I would have never known about … Continue reading

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Africville Still An Open Wound for Halifax


The Government of Canada‘s Involvement in the Forced Relocations of It’s Citizens Africville was a small unincorporated community located on the southern shore of Bedford Basin. It was a self-contained, tight-knit Black community within the city limits of Halifax, Nova … Continue reading

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