Lynn Jones on Struggles Against Racism and Racial Segregation in Nova Scotia

This nine-minute audio clip features long-time labour and communtiy activist Lynn Jones talking about the racial segregation that was common in Nova Scotia into the 1950s and ’60s and the struggles against it in which she and the rest of the African Nova Scotian community was involved when she was a child, as well as the other work against racism she engaged in as a teen and the broader community context in which it all happened.

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