EventsCommunity Conversations: Ending Violence in African Nova Scotian Communities - A Collective Responsibility

Community Conversations: Ending Violence in African Nova Scotian Communities - A Collective Responsibility

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Description

TD presents African Heritage Month at Halifax Public Libraries | Hosted on Zoom by partner

Join members of the Association of Black Social Workers (ABSW) in a virtual panel discussion on Zoom and discover how you can be involved in helping to end violence.

A panel of professionals will highlight the various projects ABSW has that deal with issues of violence in African Nova Scotian communities. You are invited to stay for an open discussion.

In partnership with the Association of Black Social Workers (ABSW)


Community Conversations is a series of ongoing opportunities for African Nova Scotians to share knowledge on issues of importance. The conversations will focus on the many assets in the African Nova Scotian community and how they can strengthen our relationships and make change together. Everyone is welcome to learn, listen, share, and act.


What you can expect

The experience will be like watching a movie. Your video and microphone will be off.


How to attend

Register by emailing svht.absw@gmail.com. An email with participation details will be sent to you before the day of the event.

Tech Requirements: All devices are accepted.


Your privacy is important to us

No recordings, screenshots, or photographs will be permitted by hosts or participants.

Please be mindful of your visible and audible background environment in protection of your privacy and in ensuring a safe space for all participating.


Program:
African Heritage Month
Suitable for:
Teens
Adults
Type:
Social Issues
Lectures & Discussions
Language:
English

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