Nova Scotia Protest/Racism : [news clippings]

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Nova Scotia Protest/Racism : [news clippings]

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2016.002.1, Series 3, Subseries 5

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  • 1968, 1980-2015 (Creation)

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12 cm of textual records

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Subseries consists of 26 files, arranged chronologically, detailing issues relating to racism and protest. Most of the files relate to Nova Scotia (e.g., education, employment, issues affecting Preston and the North End of Halifax), although some contain international issues as covered by Nova Scotian press (e.g., reviews of "Malcolm X" in the "Chronicle Herald"). The subseries contains a significant number of op-ed pieces, many of which are by Joan Jones.

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Location: Subseries located in "Box 5".

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Subseries experienced some water damage when the materials were being transferred to the Archives.

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