Isaac Saney (left) and members of his family were in court Wednesday for the case of a woman accused of harassing him on a bus.

CourtsDelay in case of woman accused of racist threats on Halifax bus

Dalhousie professor says this should be a hate crime

Feb 6, 2019

The Halifax North Memorial Public Library, where Friday's event will be held.

Community50 years later, Halifax’s black community marks a revolutionary meeting

‘People realized that we, as black people, could control what we did’

Nov 30, 2018

Africville, taken in 1965.

RacismConcordia professor says Halifax built on a foundation of racist urban planning

Ted Rutland examines how racism has shaped the HRM: from Africville to the regional plan

Nov 10, 2018

Clarke, Canada's Poet Laureate, reads an excerpt of his poem at Dalhousie's Bicentennial Launch

RacismQ&A: Renowned Dalhousie alumnus reflects on racism and slavery

'Should the university change its name? I wouldn’t be happy with that'

Feb 15, 2018

Robyn Maynard signs copies of her books for fans.

RacismBlack activist dispels Canadian multiculturalism, one page and a time

Policing Black Lives author talks anti-black racism with people in Halifax

Dec 8, 2017

A small church in Dartmouth was the site of a large discussion on racism.

Racial DiscriminationForum discusses racial discrimination in Nova Scotia

Issues of discrimination in the province are brought to light

Mar 23, 2017

Tony Smith and Chief Judge Pam Williams, co-chairs of council of parties for the restorative inquiry

Home for Colored ChildrenFormer residents of the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children look to future with restorative inquiry

Inquiry’s first phase was relationship building, next will be learning and understanding

Mar 21, 2017

identityTwo Brown Girls: Podcasters come to Halifax

Fariha Roisin and Zeba Blay discuss culture and identity

Dec 10, 2016

Candida Hadley, editor of Fernwood Publishing, invites her son to ask about the U.S. election.

PoliticsWhat can Haligonians do about Trump?

Panel suggests education, solidarity, empathy as key tactics

Dec 4, 2016

Owen 'O'Sound' Lee sings at the event "Racism is Killing Us Softly: Narratives of Young Black Men."

Culture‘Resilience is in our DNA,’ panel hears

Bolstered by success stories, Dalhousie event centered on the lives of young black men

Feb 5, 2016