- SJCS Stands with Concerned Community Members of Nova Scotia Working for Fully Inclusive Health and Safety in the Face of Covid-19 (Spring 2020). Community Members’ Statement is available here: C19 Statement.
- SJCS Statement of Solidarity of Wet'suwet'en jurisdiction and governance, and land and water protectors across Turtle Island. The Statement is available here
- The Lynn Jones African- Canadian & Diaspora Heritage Collection at the SMU Archives: https://smu.ca/academics/archives/lynn-jones-african-canadian-collection.html, documents over 50 years of African, African Diasporic and African- Nova- Scotian Heritage and history
- For information on Mi'kma'ki (the unceded territory of the Mi'kmaq People on which Saint Mary's University operates), the Mi'kmaq, the Treaties relevant to this territory, and more, see Cape Breton University's Mi'kmaq Resource Centre: https://www.cbu.ca/indigenous-affairs/unamaki-college/mikmaq-resource-centre/
- SMU's cartographer, Will Flanagan, has access to a remarkable range of historical maps and images of Halifax/ K'jipuktuk (particularly the Halifax peninsula), which in turn are available to SMU students and faculty:
* Will Flanagan
Cartographer, Dept. of Geography (SMU)
(902) 420- 5742