African Heritage Month 2021
In February, we recognize and celebrate African Heritage Month.
Nova Scotia has over 50 historic African Nova Scotian communities with a long, deep, and complex history dating back over 200 years. African Heritage Month provides us with another opportunity to celebrate our culture, legacy, achievements, and contributions of our people – past and present.
This year’s African Heritage Month provincial theme, “Black History Matters: Listen, Learn, Share and Act”, recognizes the important legacy of people of African Descent and the long-standing history in the development of Canada. This theme brings focus and increased awareness of racialized issues of a community that has overcome great adversity for inclusion in all aspects of Society. It further calls on us to listen, learn, share and act to make society a better place. The theme also aligns with the United Nations’ International Decade for People of African Descent (DPAD) 2015-2024. The goal of DPAD is to strengthen global cooperation in support of people of African descent, increase awareness, and the passage towards a presence in all aspects of society.
For the 2021 African Heritage Month poster please click here: http://www.ahm.bccnsweb.com/wp/2019-african-heritage-month-poster-2/
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