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Video on Sinclair Williams screens this week 

East Preston police officer is celebrated

A group of East Preston youth and seniors---working with Halifax video company Pink Dog Productions--- are celebrating one of their local African-Nova Scotian heroes with a documentary-style short video.

The series is called Empowerful, and the first entry in the project---a video on East Preston's Sinclair Williams, the first African Nova Scotian member of the Dartmouth detachment of the HRM Police---will screen at the East Preston Rec Centre (24 Brooks Drive, East Preston), 11am, Saturday April 30.

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