TD presents African Heritage Month at Halifax Public Libraries
Hosted on Zoom by the Library
the Black Beauty Culture Association of Nova Scotia (BBCA) for a
2-night, online forum celebrating Being Black and Beautiful in Nova Scotia.
We will be discussing injustices, inequality, and inequity in the
beauty industry in the province. This forum is a follow-up to our 2020 program, The Black Hair-Story of Nova Scotia.
The first session will include information about the Black Hair Matters Movement and what to expect from the Black Beauty Culture Association, and some information about an upcoming community consultation concerning the proposed Black Beauty Culture Hair Innovators (BBCHI) Apprenticeship course and how to make sure there is clarity that BBCHI activities and services are not regulated under the Cosmetology Act.
The second session will be a hair care demonstration, product information and a question and answer about Black Hair care for the whole family.
In partnership with The Black Beauty Culture Association
How to participate
To register, email Darcy Johns at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be emailed an invitation link to Zoom before the event.
Tech Requirements: All devices are accepted. You can participate with video, and/or microphone on, or just sit back and watch. Stay afterwards for the Q&A.
New to Zoom? No problem. Instructions will be emailed to you, and we’ll be there to guide you.
Note: The online registration form for kit delivery is closed. Spots remain open for attendance.
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.