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Building an Intercultural City

Halifax, NS – Two of the region's cultural ambassadors will headline an evening of engaging discussion as Citizens For Halifax presents Building an Intercultural City - an open forum on multiculturalism in HRM - on Thursday April 17 at the Black Cultural Centre in Dartmouth.

Rosamond Luke, Executive Director of the All Women's Empowerment and Development Association (AWEDA) will speak on the challenges currently facing immigrants upon their arrival in Nova Scotia. As well, Cultural Facilitator Asna Adhami will share her observations on the ties that bind our diverse citizenship together.

Citizens will then be invited to partake in a World Cafe style discussion where they can share what they see as important to ensuring that local cultural communities are embraced and flourish.

Building an Intercultural City will be held at the Black Cultural Centre (1149 Main Street in Dartmouth) on Thursday April 17, from 7-9pm. Attendance is free and open to the public.

For more information please visit http://www.citizensforhalifax.ca