It will performances by African Nova Scotian artists and a multi-media stage presentation. Performers include Juno award-winner JRDN, Jeremiah Sparks, Dutch Robinson, Shelley Hamilton, Cyndi Cain, Joe Sealey, the Nova Scotia Mass Choir, the Sierra Leone dancers, Shauntay Grant, Hillcrest Academy Djembe Group and many more.
The program will also feature John Franklin of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and the Book of Negroes author Lawrence Hill.
Tours of the new facility will begin at 9 am, keynote addresses in the morning, procession of dignitaries from the Black Burial Ground, National Historic Monument at 1:30 pm and entertainment will start in the afternoon at 2 pm.
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