Just read a news item saying that relatives can't decide whether they want the Nova Scotia government to declare a day honouring the legacy of Viola Desmond, the Canadian civil rights icon.
Desmond is a woman from New Glasgow, N.S., who became embroiled in a court case that was spurred on by racism in the 1940s.
Dean Jobb, a professor of journalism at the University of King's College in Halifax, profiled Desmond in the April-May 2009 issue of our magazine.
Hopefully both sides will work out their differences, because if anyone deserves a day named after them, it's Desmond.
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