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Item is a book with four case studies of race in the Canadian Supreme Court occurring between 1914 and 1955.
Item is a book describing Africville's residents, social structure, and place in Halifax's society.
Item is the second volume in a series on an overview on the history of Blacks in Nova Scotia. This volume concentrates on the years 1800 to 1989. It was made in conjunction with the Black Educators Association of Nova Scotia as a teaching supplement.
Item is a narrative series of personal accounts from Canadians of black and white parentage.
Series consists of 11 books of fictional poetry, interviews, biographies, case studies, and history that explore race and the Black experience in Nova Scotia, Canada, and the United States. Viola Desmond is featured in Viola Desmond's Canada by Graham Reynolds, which includes a chapter written by Wanda Robson.
File consists of 6 news clippings about Viola Desmond's Heritage Moment and documentaries about her and her life, as well as 4 pages of a fax containing information about a documentary titled, The Lady Resists.
File consists of draft material for Dr. Graham Reynolds' book written by Wanda, a news clipping about his book, 2 clippings about his role as Viola Desmond Chair of Social Justice, and a synopsis of the documentary, The Many Faces of Jim Crow, on which Reynolds worked.
File consists of clippings, event programs, and one poster from events that Wanda attended and participated in as a speaker to discuss her efforts in social justice, the story of Viola, and Viola's impact in Nova Scotia and Canada. Events range from school presentations, award presentations, museum presentations, library discussions, and ceremonies.
Item is the first book in a series of two in a collection of poetry, stories, sermons, speeches, and more written by Black Nova Scotians between 1785 and 1935.