MORNING SESSION


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THE AFRICAN STOLEN LEGACY FROM THE BOOKS IN STONE

Both Black and White people are common victims of a false tradition about African history. This workshop will help in revealing some of the true history of Africa.

Facilitator: Mr. Ashra Kwesi


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AFROFUTURISM AND THE ANTHROPOCENE: STRATEGIES FOR IMAGINING OTHER WORLDS

With the climate devastation of the anthropocene posing an immediate threat to the survival of all species, we will turn to how Afrofuturist epistemologies can decolonize white neoliberal discourses and their destructive politics.

Facilitator: Mr. Tobias Van Veen


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LEADING FROM WHERE WE ARE: EXPLODING THE STATUS QUO

How might educating students be re-framed so that Black/African students are appropriately centered in the process of their education?

Facilitator: Mr. Luther Brown


EVENING SESSION


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MAPPING CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN LITERATURE ON THESE INDIGENOUS LANDS

This workshop will introduce participants to the relations, relationships and solidarity that can be found in contemporary African, First Nations and American Indian literatures.

Facilitator: Ms. Juliane Okot Bitek


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THE BLACK FEMME FATALE

The Afro Femme Fatale unpacks the often untold history of the Black siren, while challenging contemporary notions of sex, race and power.

Facilitator: Ms. Ayesha Faines