Series consists of photographs taken or collected by Wanda Robson that document the early lives of she and her siblings, including Viola Desmond, growing up in Halifax, Nova Scotia and Robson's efforts to gain recognition for the life and legacy of her sister. Also included are photographs of Robson's family life, education, and events and ceremonies she attended that were related to her activism and social justice work.
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CA BI MG 21.14-B · Series · [189-]-2017Part of Wanda Robson & Viola Desmond Collection
CA BI PAM 2549 · Item · 1938
File consists of two issues of "The Black Man: A Monthly Magazine of Negro Thought and Opinion." The magazine was edited by Marcus Garvey, founder and president-general of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (U.N.I.A.), of London, England, and these issues feature transcripts of speeches that were given by Mr. Garvey at Bethel Church, Halifax, and Menelik Hall, Sydney. These speeches outline the work that has been completed by the U.N.I.A..
CA BI PAM 1266 · Item · 1962
Item is a pamphlet that contains the results of a study completed by the Dalhousie University Institute of Public Affairs that examined the population distribution, socio-economic condition, and educability of African Nova Scotians living in the Halifax area in 1959.