Global’s Eilish Bonang is joined in studio by Shanice Thompson and Sarah Tremblay with The Elizabeth Fry Society, to talk about their newly released podcast which talks about how Indigenous and African Nova Scotian women are both victimized and criminalized by the same systems.

The Creating Communities of Care podcast was featured on CBC’s Information Morning- NS with Portia Clark. Check it out at the link below. Listen Now! A project that’s been creating safe spaces for survivors of gender-based violence has its own podcast now. The “Creating Communities of Care” podcast focuses on stories from Black and Indigenous …

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Date: June 23 – 25, 2023 Location: Zatzman Sportsplex, Dartmouth, NS Contact: Garrett Gloade Phone: 902-420-1576  x267 E-mail: mawitajik@mymnfc.com

Wednesday, May 10th marks the 14th anniversary of the murder of Tanya Jean Brooks.

To register for the upcoming Healing Through Spirituality Session through the Black Women & Healing Series, a collaboration between ABSW and Elizabeth Fry Society, please email: m.kakembo@pathlegal.ca.

To register for the upcoming Healing Through Spirituality Session through the Black Women & Healing Series, a collaboration between ABSW and Elizabeth Fry Society, please email: ccc@nsabsw.ca

Krista Fox has walked across Canada to bring awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. She began her journey in BC February 2022 and stopped in Ottawa to say their names. It was her plan to finish this month in St. John’s NL. Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances plans has changed for Krista. Krista’s journey …

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Elizabeth Fry Society’s Creating Communities of Care program is working with Legal Aid to put on a Child Protection Information Session. Mukisa Kakembo, Program Coordinator for Creating Communities of Care, will be facilitating. The session will provide information about the Legal Aid Child Protection services, as well as have some information about child protection law. …

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This workshop is a formative experience encouraging self expression, open to all women we work with currently, as we are building trust and gain enough awareness and momentum to increase participation from African Nova Scotian and Indigenous women.