N.S. announces $225,000 for Black Cultural Centre to preserve African Nova Scotian culture, history

Pictured from left to right: African Nova Scotian Affairs Associate Deputy Minister Dwayne Provo, Black Cultural Society founding members Wayne Adams and Joyce Ross, Black Cultural Centre Executive Director Russell Grosse, and Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister Steve Craig. (Nova Scotia government) Pictured from left to right: African Nova Scotian Affairs Associate Deputy Minister Dwayne Provo, Black Cultural Society founding members Wayne Adams and Joyce Ross, Black Cultural Centre Executive Director Russell Grosse, and Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister Steve Craig. (Nova Scotia government)

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