Council on African Canadian Education

  • Juanita Peters and Sarah Hayward

  • Dr. Wanda Robson, Dr. Graham Reynolds, Joe Robson

  • Ex. Director of CACE- Delvina Bernard

  • President of CBU - Dr. David Wheeler, Dr. Wanda Robson, Dr. Graham Reynolds, Joe Robson

  • Darren Desmond, Barb Hamilton Hinch

  • Barb Hamilton Hinch, Lillian Marsman

  • Stephen Gough MLA Beaverbank/Sackville

  • Min. Percy Paris, Tatiana Clarke, Min. Ramona Jennex, CACE Chair -Tracey Jones-Grant

  • Heritage Awards

  • Heritage Awards

(CACE) The Council on African Canadian Education (CACE) is the outgrowth of the Black Learners Advisory Committee (BLAC). Formed in 1990, the BLAC was the response to ongoing struggles of African Nova Scotians to eliminate racism and receive equity in education.
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News & Updates

Assessing education for African Nova Scotians: Plenty of progress, but still some gaps

Jaunita Peters, with the Council on African Canadian Education, on CBC Radio.

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The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia Orders the Delmore Buddy Daye Africentric Learning Institute to Change Its Name

On August 28th, the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia ruled that there was a reasonable apprehension of bias on the part of the Registrar.

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