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Program Information
 Dr. Burnley "Rocky" Jones
 pierre loiselle/praxis media productions  
Dr. Burnley "Rocky" Jones speaks about the political history of African Nova Scotian communities, and the possibilities for working with other communities against racism. Rocky is an initial founder of the Dalhousie Transition Year Program, the Dalhousie Law School Indigenous Black and Mi’kmaq Initiative, the Black United Front of Nova Scotia and Ujamaa.
Recorded by Hillary Bain Lindsay for the Halifax Media Co-op

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01:02:09 English 2013-02-12
 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
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