African Heritage Month

Published January 1, 2022 by A.J.B. Johnston

African Heritage Month begins tomorrow and I want to mark it.

A few years back, I was fortunate to be able to contribute to both the Black Cultural Centre in Cherry Brook and the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre at Birchtown.

More recently, I was able to include material in Kings of Friday Night about racism in Nova Scotia in the 1960s, and about the influence that Black musicians, especially Murray Dorrington, had on The Lincolns.

A bit of that material is highlighted in the short video (micro-doc) that can be found on YouTube, and on this site in the Media section. The video has the same title as the book.

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