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GRASP

Started in the summer of 1970 the GRASP — Growth, Readiness, Advancement, Self-determination, People — was the publication of the Black United Front of Nova Scotia, Halifax. The Black United Front advocated for obtaining economic and political power for Blacks, promoting black history and culture, assisting in the development of a positive black self-image, developing leadership and community organization skills and providing resources through which the black community could access self-help programmes.

Issues from 1970 to 1976




GRASP

Publication of the Black United Front of Nova Scotia.

Issue:  October 1970 Volume 1 Number 3


GRASP

Publication of the Black United Front of Nova Scotia.

Issue:  November 1970 Volume 1 Number 4


GRASP

Publication of the Black United Front of Nova Scotia.

Issue:  December 1970 Volume 1 Number 5


GRASP

Publication of the Black United Front of Nova Scotia.

Issue:  January 1971 Volume 1 Number 6


GRASP

Publication of the Black United Front of Nova Scotia.

Issue:  February 1971 Volume 1 Number 7


GRASP

Publication of the Black United Front of Nova Scotia.

Issue:  March 1971 Volume 1 Number 8


GRASP

Publication of the Black United Front of Nova Scotia.

Issue:  April 1971 Volume 1 Number 9


GRASP

Publication of the Black United Front of Nova Scotia.

Issue:  May 1971 Volume 1 Number 10


GRASP

Publication of the Black United Front of Nova Scotia.

Issue:  June 1971 Volume 1 Number 11


GRASP

Publication of the Black United Front of Nova Scotia.

Issue:  July 1971 Volume 1 Number 12


GRASP

Publication of the Black United Front of Nova Scotia.

Issue:  September 1971 Volume 2 Number 2


GRASP

Publication of the Black United Front of Nova Scotia.

Issue:  October 1971 Volume 2 Number 3


GRASP

Publication of the Black United Front of Nova Scotia.

Issue:  December 1971 Volume 2 Number 5


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