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Friday, April 17 • 2:10pm - 3:00pm
Black Minds Matter

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This workshop centers exemplary practices for Black students, applying principles of Africentricity. Educators will explore innovative teaching practices, through research in the area of culturally-responsive, and Africentric pedagogy. Because “Black Minds Matter”, we answer the fundamental question: How do we support psycho-social/psycho-emotional health for Black students?

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avatar for Malik Adams

Malik Adams

Counsellor, Halifax Regional
- 20-year educator in public school system in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada- curriculum developer (Social Studies and Language/Literature focusing on people of African Ancestry)- working with Black men in minimum, medium, and maximum Correctional institutions in eastern Canada- trained... Read More →


Friday April 17, 2020 2:10pm - 3:00pm
Room #1 OISE
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