Tuesday, January 17, 2012 | Categories: |
In part two of this episode. When it opened in 1921, the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children was the only institution in Halifax that would accept black children. Built and run by the African-Nova Scotian community, it's long been considered a source pride and a symbol of independence. But, as with so many institutions, former residents have been coming forward with stories of abuse and neglect.