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African Canadian History Revealed With Dr. Donna You'll receive a special discount coupon code to use for Dr. Donna's 73 classes and four groups once you have completed each section of the class! The topic that will be covered in this class is the History of African Canadians. There is a presence of Africans in Canada before even the French arrived in Canada with Mathieu da Costa. This class will explore the rich history of Africans in Canada, including such figures as cowboy John Ware from...
This class is taught in English.
To learn about the presence of Africans in Canada. To learn Canadian history. To learn a skill about African Candian history that could prove profitable with your career choices.
The teacher, Dr. Donna, was born in Canada and has extensively studied African Canadian history at both the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels of education. She taught African-Canadian History for four years in Ottawa.
Dear Parents/Guardians, and Learners! This Government of Canada resource will prove to be a great resource for this class: https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/campaigns/black-history-month/resources.html As well, the following resources will also be used: Abdi, A. A., & Ibrahim, A. (Eds.). (2016). Education of African Canadian Children: Critical Perspectives. McGill-Queen's Press-MQUP. Bristow, P., & Brand, D. (1994). We're rooted here and they can't pull us up: Essays in African Canadian women's history. University of Toronto Press. Clarke, G. E. (2002). Odysseys Home: Mapping African-Canadian Literature. University of Toronto Press. Cuder-Domínguez, P. (2010). The Racialization of Canadian History: African-Canadian Fiction, 1990-2005 (pp. 113-129). Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press. Daniel, B. J. (2005). Chapter Three: Researching African Canadian Women: INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGES and the POLITICS of REPRESENTATION. Counterpoints, 252, 53-78. Dei, G. J. (1993). Narrative discourses of Black/African-Canadian parents and the Canadian public school system. Canadian Ethnic Studies, 25(3), 45. Henry, A. (1998). Taking back control: African Canadian women teachers' lives and practice. Suny Press. Humber, W. (2004). A sporting chance: Achievements of African-Canadian athletes. Dundurn. Kelly, J. R. (2010). Engaging community: Exploring the African-Canadian experience through dialogue and script writing. Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education, 36(2). Morrison, J. H. (2002). Oral history as identity: The African-Canadian experience. In Oral History Forum d'histoire orale. Petropoulos, J. (2008). The Ground on Which I Stand’: Rewriting History, African Canadian Style. Signatures of the Past: Cultural Memory in Contemporary Anglophone North American Drama. Bern: Peter Lang, 73-81. Walker, B. (2017). The African Canadian Legal Odyssey. University of Toronto Press. Wane, N. N., Deliovsky, K., & Lawson, E. (Eds.). (2002). Back to the drawing board: African-Canadian feminisms. Canadian Scholars’ Press.
Informal fun assessment.
55 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Dr. Donna Kay Kakonge, BJ, MA, TESOL, LLB, EdD
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Dr. Donna Kay Cindy KAKONGE, BJ, MA, TESOL, LLB, EdD Please note: You'll receive a special discount coupon code to use for Dr. Donna's 55 classes and 8 groups once you have completed each section of the class! I also offer siblings...