8th Annual Summer School on Black Europe Interrogating Citizenship, Race and Ethnic Relations. Amsterdam, Netherlands – June 22 – July 3, 2015

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The Summer School on Black Europe is an intensive two week course offered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Weiterlesen

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„Living Thinkers: An autobiography of Black Women in the Ivory Tower“

Roxana Walker-Canton is an award-winning independent documentary-maker, video installation artist and professor of media studies and screenwriting. Living Thinkers examines the intersection of race, class and gender in the experiences of contemporary Black women professors and administrators through their education narratives from girlhood to the present. Black women see the university as a space to find personal identity, give voice to global and community issues, and make significant contributions to American intellectual history, revealing the trials, disappointments and triumphs of becoming Black women professors in the US.

Speakers: Michelle Materre, Roxanna Walker-Canton, Tracyann Williams

 

UNESCO Launches “Women in African History: An E-Learning Tool”

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„Nobody tells the story that African women are in the forefront of development” Dr Nkopsazana Dlamini Zuma, Chairperson of the African Union Commission (AUC) recently stated at the African Media Leaders Forum in Addis Ababa in early November. UNESCO, through the launch of “Women in African History: An E-Learning Tool” is contributing to changing this story by promoting the central role of women in African history and its development through the use of ICTs.

http://en.unesco.org/womeninafrica/