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What: meeting of those interested/engaged in peace education in Nova Scotia
- all welcome!
When: 1:30 - 3:30 pm, Monday, September 20, 2010
Where: Room 404, Seton Building, Mount Saint Vincent University

In July 2010, Peaceful Schools International
(, Mount Saint Vincent University,
and 10 other peace partners organized a peace conference, Being the Change:
Building a Culture of Peace. ). As a follow up to this conference, Peaceful
Schools International would like to invite you to a meeting to discuss next
steps on the following:
* Creating a forum for networking for organizations and individuals who do
work connected to peace education, inclusion, social and emotional learning,
anti-bullying, social justice, and other related topics.
* Developing a collaborative dialogue with the Ministry of Education about
peace education in Nova Scotia schools and how existing organizations can
better support and enhance work already being done.
* Creating (or adding to an existing source) and disseminating a 'menu' of
available community programming that can enhance existing efforts to promote
peace and inclusion in schools by the Ministry of Education, school boards
and individual schools.If you are not able to attend but would like to be
kept updated on the outcomes and any future meetings, please let me know
(Clare Levin,, 902-220-2635).
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"Feisty, entertaining ..." (Time Out London)

Thursday, September 30, 2010 - 7 pm

Empire 8, Park Lane Theatres
5657 Spring Garden Rd.
Halifax, NS

Tickets $10 - available at the following locations, or by e-mailing

Bookmark, 5686 Spring Garden Rd.
Cafe Aroma Latino, 5780 North St.

Presented by: Nova Scotia Cuba Association, Saint Mary's University International Development Studies, and Latin@s as the opening night for the Transformation: Latin America on the Move Two! community symposium at SMU Oct. 1-2, 2010.

** - Watch the trailer!

There’s a revolution underway in South America, but most of the world doesn’t know it. Oliver Stone sets out on a road trip across five countries to explore the social and political movements as well as the mainstream media’s misperception of South America while interviewing seven of its elected presidents. In casual conversations with Presidents Hugo Chávez (Venezuela), Evo Morales (Bolivia), Lula da Silva (Brazil), Cristina Kirchner (Argentina), as well as her husband and ex-President Nėstor Kirchner, Fernando Lugo (Paraguay), Rafael Correa (Ecuador), and Raúl Castro (Cuba), Stone gains unprecedented access and sheds new light upon the exciting transformations in the region.
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Lecture Series on Race: Jack Crowley
September 23, 2010

The University of King's College is proud to present a lecture by
Jack Crowley entitled "Picturing Race in Early Modern Europe," on
Thursday September 23 at 7:00 p.m. in the KTS Lecture Hall,
New Academic Building, 2nd floor, King's Campus, 6350 Coburg Road.

Dr. Crowley is Professor Emeritus at Dalhousie University and
adjunct professor in the Early Modern Studies Programme at King's, where he teaches a class on European representations of non-European worlds. His research interests include comparative
European colonization and early modern Anglo-American society
and culture. His latest book, Imperial Landscapes: Britain's Global
Visual Culture, 1745 - 1820 will be published by Yale University
Press in 2011.

The lecture is free and open to the public, with a reception to follow. It is presented by the King's Contemporary Studies Programme, the Early Modern Studies Programme, and the History of Science and Technology Programme.

The Lecture Series "Conceptions of Race in Philosophy, Literature
and Art" examines how the notion of race and the phenomenon of
racism have developed in the Western tradition. The speakers will
examine the works of prominent philosophers, writers and artists,
illuminating the origins of contemporary ways of thinking about
race. Public lectures will continue throughout the academic year until March 22 and will feature nationally and internationally renowned speakers and artists.

For a complete list of lecturers and events please see the following website:
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I've attended this workshop in the past and it's really interesting. I recommend it.

Growing Independent Media!
Journalism workshop hosted by the Halifax Media Co-op

Part I
Thursday, September 16, 2010
5:30 - 7:30 PM
Location: Classroom 3, Arts and Administration Building, University of King's College, 6350 Coburg Rd.

Part II
Thursday September 23, 2010
5:30 - 7 PM
Location: Dalhousie Women's Centre, 6286 South St.

Come to this hands-on workshop series with veteran journalist Bruce Wark (CBC, the Coast). Learn how to write an effective news article and get it published! No experience necessary

The Halifax Media Co-op is a member-funded media cooperative focusing on local, grassroots media coverage. Whether you have previous journalism experience or are just interested in learning more about journalism, this workshop will introduce you to the media co-op, the basics of a news piece, and how to get involved in growing independent, local media right here in Halifax!
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Disability and Deaf arts in Nova Scotia - A representative from the Canada Council for the Arts will be in Halifax the second week of September and is interested in meeting with artists within the "disabled and deaf" communities. Please share this information with anyone you know that might be interested. The Disability Arts Officer, Elizabeth Sweeney, with the Canada Council for the Arts is working on a series of policies so that the Canada Council can better support artists with disabilities and Deaf artists, and those working in the Disability and Deaf arts sectors. Ms. Sweeney will be visiting Nova Scotia during the second week of September, to visit with local artists, arts professionals and scholars in these sectors, to learn about their practices and discuss the local arts environment. She is looking for any contacts or names of artists with disabilities or Deaf artists, (or organizations supporting artists, arts professionals, etc…) including those working in Visual arts, Theatre, Music, Dance, Writing, Media, Film, Aboriginal, or Integrated arts. ANY help, is greatly appreciated. Please contact Elizabeth at, 1.800.263.5588 ext. 4689, TTY : 1-877-688-5501


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