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Born A Crime (Book Club)
Students will read the book Born a Crime by Trevoh Noah (host of The Daily Show) and discuss topics such as Racism/ Apart-Hate, Poverty, Colonialism and Religion.
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over 4 weeks
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Learners will read the book Born a Crime and participate in a discussion. Some of the topics will include - Racism, Apartheid, and the Cycle of Poverty. - Identity, Belonging, and Community. - Love and Personal Growth. - Resilience Through Religion, Education, and Humor. - Effects of Colonialism in Africa, - Students perception of Modern Day Africa, - And Much More Pictures and You Tube Videos will be used to present a full picture of Africa. The teacher will give a brief overview at...
***Racism, Apartheid, and the Cycle of Poverty. ***Identity, Belonging, and Community. ***Love and Personal Growth. ***Resilience Through Religion, Education, and Humor.
The teacher has experienced the effects of colonialism and racism both in Africa and the US. She has also participated in Truth and Reconciliation seminars to promote restoration of human dignity and peaceful co-existence. She has a similar background as Trevoh Noah having grown up in Africa.
Before the first class (Day 1) read Chapters 1-4 Before the second class (Day 2) read Chapters 5-8 Before the third class (Day 3) read Chapters 9-13 Before the fourth class (Day 4) read Chapters 14-18
The book Born a Crime can be found at your local library. It is also sold at Walmart, Target, Amazon, Barnes and Nobles and other bookstores. The teacher will not profit in any way from the transactions.
35 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
The themes discussed include Apartheid, Gun Violence, Racism, Apartheid, and the Cycle of Poverty. There are rules of engagement for this class in the class description section.
Education is the most powerful weapon to change the world. - Nelson Mandela.
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