The National Conference for Deaf Awareness wraps up its inaugural conference 

 The National Conference for Deaf Awareness (NCDA) held its inaugural conference virtually on Feb. 5, 2022.  The NCDA was founded in March 2021, when Sarah Corbeil, founder of Queen’s American Sign Language (QASL) at Queen’s University, and Aline Maybank, founder of Dalhousie American Sign Language Society (DalASL), decided it was time to collaborate on something…

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New book highlights racism in Nova Scotia high schools 

Habiba Cooper Diallo’s book #BlackInSchool is helping readers educate themselves on the Black experience during Black History Month.    Cooper Diallo’s book was released in September 2021 and details her experience as a Black student in the public school system, who fights back against systemic racism in Canadian schools.    Sparking change in Canadian schools  Cooper Diallo,…

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The Dog in the Manger review

Audiences were, once again, on the edge of their seats when Dalhousie University’s Fountain School of Performing Arts (FSPA) staged their first in-person show since closing in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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