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posted by Robert DeVet in on mars 25, 2015 - View profile


BlackOUT 2.0

- 8:00pm
Mercredi Mars 25 2015

Venue: Halifax Central Library
Address: 5440 Spring Garden Rd

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Join us for this open discussion of what it means to be African Nova Scotian and GLBTQ. 

Speakers include Robert Wright, Evelyn C. White, Axel Obame and Chris Cochrane. Rev. Elaine Walcott will be moderator.

** FREE ONSITE PARKING** (lot and underground). Look for the entrance on Queen Street on south side of the library.

so please no scented personal care products. 
* SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETATION has been tentatively arranged - please confirm if this is a service you will need.

Free Admission. Refreshments will be supplied. All LGBTQ community members, friends and allies welcome.

Presented by the NSRAP LGBTQ Youth & Elders Project in partnership with the Halifax Central Library as part of African Heritage Month.

For info contact NSRAP@nsrap.ca

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