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The winners of the 2013 Communications Nova Scotia Diversity Bursary are, Jarrett Shaw, Diana Anyim and Valentine Nkengbeza.
Judges from CNS chose winners based on Images, Words and Ideas. Each winner received $1,000 and will spend a day at Communications Nova Scotia.
Jarrett, a student at NSCAD University in Halifax won in the Images category. Diana, a public relations student at Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax received the Words bursary and Valentine, a NSCC Radio and Television Arts student in Dartmouth, was the recipient of the Ideas bursary.
Details of the 2014 bursary will be announced soon.
See Diversity Through Films
The 6th Annual Communications Nova Scotia Diversity Film Festival is coming soon.
Films that address diversity and human rights will be shown during the festival. There will also be an opportunity to talk to some of the filmmakers. Keep checking here for detais.
Films we have shown include Crash, Prom Night in Mississippi and Long Road to Justice: The Viola Desmond Story.
To see highlights from last year watch the trailer (YouTube link).