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Sunday's Church

For forty years former residents of Africville, their children and grandchildren have gathered at the site where the community was destroyed in the 1960s.

They hold their reunions in a tent, in what is now on off-leash dog park.

Meanwhile a replica of the little white church that was bulldozed, exists as a museum and a monument to what was lost.

This week on Maritime Magazine, author and journalist Jon Tattrie tells us about the hopes and dreams tied up in the church, about a woman named Sunday who is hoping to make them a reality.

And about the night, recently, when the community finally came together there...

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