U of King’s College, BCCNS partner to provide inclusive environment for African Nova Scotians


The University of King’s College and the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia (BCCNS) recently announced that they will partner to bolster the university’s ongoing work on equity, diversity, accessibility, and inclusion. Through this collaboration, BCCNS will establish an advisory committee that will make recommendations for how U of King’s College can provide a more inclusive environment to African Nova Scotians and Black students, faculty, and staff. The committee will also explore how U of King’s College can create additional educational opportunities for Black students from the Caribbean and from Canada’s Caribbean community.

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