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The Delmore “Buddy” Daye Learning Institute classroom and community resources have been produced specifically for African Nova Scotians learners and educators.

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  • The ABC’s of Viola Desmond was crafted specifically to meet the needs of elementary level readers and this important resource is now used by all Grade 3 classes in Nova Scotia. The ABC’s of Viola Desmond was written by students for students and relates the history of a Canadian icon and courageous civil rights advocate, Viola Desmond. As well, this will be a wonderful book to have in homes throughout Nova Scotia and beyond. NOTE: Teachers may be eligible for a preferred rate when ordering The ABC’s of Viola Desmond through the Nova Scotia School Book Bureau. Price includes taxes. Shipping & handling cost is $5.00/book.
  • The Times of African Nova Scotians was developed specifically to address the shortage of teaching materials pertaining to African Nova Scotian history.The Times has been embraced as a teaching aid by students and educators at all grade levels and features stories about Viola Desmond, the Black Loyalists, the Black Refugees plus much more. Easily adapted to all skill and grade levels. This recent reprint also includes a copy of the Free Pardon granted to Viola Desmond. Nova Scotia School Book Bureau stock code: 25668 A Notable Nova Scotian poster is included with each purchase of 10 copies. Price includes taxes, shipping & handling.
  • African Nova Scotians have made important contributions to the political, social and cultural life of our province and our country. This large and well-designed poster has been recently updated and features 48 Notable Nova Scotians. These African Nova Scotians have served with distinction in various military conflicts, they have captivated audiences with their poetry, acting, singing and writing and they have been at the vanguard for equal rights in Nova Scotia. Price includes taxes, shipping & handling.
  • How many African Nova Scotians have been invested to The Order of Canada or The Order of Nova Scotia? Find out with a set of these 23 beautifully illustrated bookmarks. Each set contains 23 different bookmarks with a short biography of an African Nova Scotian that has been awarded either our country’s most prestigious civilian honour, The Order of Canada, or the highest honour awarded by our Province, The Order of Nova Scotia. A Notable Nova Scotian poster is included with each purchase of 10 sets. Price includes taxes, shipping & handling.
  • Ten Percent of all the Loyalists who settled in Nova Scotia were of African decent. These African Nova Scotians planted the seeds for the more than fifty Black communities that would eventually be established in every part of the province. Volume Two of The Times of African Nova Scotians explores the history of these communities. Where were they located? Who were the community founders and what happened to these communities? Senior contributors to this edition include Dr. George Elliott Clarke, Dr. Sylvia Hamilton, Dr. Walter Borden and Dr. Geraldine Browning, all of whom are descendants of founding families of their own communities. A Notable Nova Scotian poster is included with each purchase of 10 sets. Price includes taxes, shipping & handling.
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  • The Resource Kit is a four piece set that includes the following items:
    • 1 copy of the Times of African Nova Scotians – Volume 1
    • 1 copy of the Times of African Nova Scotians – Volume 2
    • 1 copy of the Notable Nova Scotian Poster 1st Edition
    • 1 copy of the Notable Nova Scotian Poster 2nd Edition
    • 1 set of 23 Bookmarks
    Price includes taxes, shipping & handling.