A BLACK WOMAN’S LIFE IN NOVA SCOTIA BY VERNA THOMAS

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A BLACK WOMAN’S LIFE IN NOVA SCOTIA BY VERNA THOMAS
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  • Author: Verna Thomas
  • Foreword: George Elliott Clarke
  • Year: 2001
  • Pages: 182
  • Binding: Soft Cover
  • County of Origin: Canada
  • SKU: R197G99

    A chilling story of Verna Thomas a Black Canadian who moved from her child-hood community of Mount Denson in the Annapolis Valley, which was mostly white to Preston on the outskirts of Dartmouth to a mostly black community, there she made a shocking discovery: to be black in Nova Scotia did not always mean simply being ‘different’ it meant being disadvantaged, even scorned and rejected.
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    A black woman’s life in Nova Scotia is a story about Verna Thomas who faces disadvantages in a white community.
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  • Author: Verna Thomas
  • Foreword: George Elliott Clarke
  • Year: 2001
  • Pages: 182
  • Binding: Soft Cover
  • County of Origin: Canada
  • SKU: R197G99 A chilling story of Verna Thomas a Black Canadian who moved from her child-hood community of Mount Denson in the Annapolis Valley, which was mostly white to Preston on the outskirts of Dartmouth to a mostly black community, there she made a shocking discovery: to be black in Nova Scotia did not always mean simply being ‘different’ it meant being disadvantaged, even scorned and rejected.
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