CUPE Nova Scotia Celebrate Black History Month

The fight for human rights in our workplaces makes better workplaces for all. CUPE Nova Scotia is celebrating Black History Month by hosting a discussion with Captain Kevin Reade, one of the leaders of the Halifax Black Firefighters Association’s recent and historic successful Human Rights challenge.

Dignitaries from Halifax’s African-Nova Scotian community including Halifax Regional School Board Member, Melinda Daye, and our Poet Laureate, El Jones, will be joining for what is hoped will be a lively discussion on Restorative Justice practices and the struggle for equality in the workplace.

When: Saturday, February 22

Where: Cornwallis Street Baptist Church, 5457 Cornwallis Street, Halifax

Along with some lively discussion and debate, there will be great food, good company and great entertainment.