Date: February 1, 2017 Time: 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Location: Centre for Sound Communities Playwright Juanita Peters is bring a dramatic reading and workshop of her acclaimed play The Green Book to CBU campus this February in celebration of African Heritage Month 2017. “The Negro Motorist Green Book — also called The Negro Travelers’ More »
Date: February 16, 2016 Time: 3pm-5pm Location: CBU Library Dr. George Elliott Clarke reads from some of his most well known works and speaks on African Canadian Heritage. “Dr. Clarke’s literary emphasis is on the perspectives of the African descendants in Canada and Nova Scotia, focusing on the African-American slaves’ descendants who settled on the More »
Author Jon Tattrie will be speaking about his newly released book Redemption Songs on February 21 from 3-4pm in the CBU Library Student Lounge. The book tells the story of how Bob Marley’s famous song was born in Nova Scotia from a Marcus Garvey speech delivered in Sydney, NS in 1937 at Menelik Hall. Live More »
Join us Wednesday, February 22nd at 1 pm, in the Library Student Lounge for a talk with Viola Desmond’s sister Mrs. Wanda Robson and author of the critically acclaimed book “Viola Desmond’s Canada”, Dr. Graham Reynolds. Civil rights icon Viola Desmond was recently announced as the first Canadian woman to be featured on Canadian currency. More »
Looking for summer employment or perhaps a career with a well-established organization? Want to learn about the qualities and skills organizations are seeking from their employees? Bring your resumes and chat with representatives from many organizations. Join us in the Great Hall at Cape Breton University on March 1, 2017 from 1-2pm.
Christine Porter, Executive Director of The Ally Centre of Cape BretonEvent Description will be speaking on Thursday, March 2nd 2017 @ 2pm in the Multiversity Room!