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24 February 2021

Ep 10: Appreciating Afro-Canadian Communities with Ama Ouattara

Ama is a passionate photo-journalist based in Ottawa, Canada. In this episode, she comes onto the podcast to share her literary debut, “Djribo: The Little Story to Galvanize the Troops”. Djribo is a snapshot of Afro-Canadian experiences, cultures and communities, and especially, Black excellence and celebration. You’ll hear Ama entice us with…

Ep 9: Confronting Colonialism and its Consequences with We Slaves of Suriname

Rudy, Arantxa, Gilberto and Minke all participated in the Xenolearn Book Club Fundraiser for Nederland Wordt Beter. Together, we read “We Slaven van Suriname” (We Slaves of Suriname) by Anton de Kom. De Kom’s book is an account of decolonial history, and reveals the experience of the oppressed across the Caribbean and adds to our understanding of struggles against slavery, imperialism and racism…

Black History Month 2021

February is Black History Month in the United States and Canada. (Fun Fact, October is Black History Month in the UK!) This year, we have curated a list of 20 resources to help teachers and learners acknowledge the history of Black people in the North American continent, value the amazing…

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