The Story of Africville by the Canadian Museum of Human Rights
Remember Africville by Shelagh MacKenzie
Gone but Never Forgotten: photographic portraits of Africville by Bob Brooks, 1960s. From the Nova Scotia archives.
Africville by The Canadian Encyclopedia
“A troubling reality of the Halifax Explosion relief effort – racism” by Sherri Borden-Colley
Racism and Relief Distribution in the Aftermath of the Halifax Explosion by Mark Culligan and Katrin MacPhee
“New tour tells Halifax’s history through Indigenous, Black perspectives” by Marina von Stackelberg
“Africville declared a national historic site” from the CBC Archives
Africville: A Spirit That Lives On – A Reflection Project, a collaborative piece hosted by the MSVU Art Gallery
“21 Things to Do in Halifax, Nova Scotia (By a Local!)” by Helen Early
- “A visit to the Africville Museum – housed in a replica of the community’s destroyed church – is one of the most important things to do in Halifax”
Resources on African Nova Scotian and African Canadian issues and history:
Halifax, Nova Scotia: Street Checks Report, researched and written for NS Human Rights Commission by Dr. Scot Wortley (March 2019)
Report on Lord Dalhousie’s History on Slavery and Race, chaired by Dr. Afua Cooper (September, 2019)
Ninth Floor by Mina Shum highlights racism in post-secondary insitutions and race relations in Canada, providing first-hand accounts of the Sir George Williams Riot.
Ice Breakers by Sandamini Rankaduwa reveals the buried history of the Black hockey league in Atlantic Canada.
The Lynn Jones African-Canadian & Diaspora Heritage Collection from the Saint Mary’s University archives