If you’re like me, you’ve heard of Kwanzaa, have some ideas about what it might be (but actually have no idea). Hopefully we can fix that today! After a very short intro to Kwanzaa, there will be links to some of Channon’s and my favorite videos of African culture, dancing, and music. We will be posting… Read More Kwanzaa & the Celebration of African Culture
Whether it’s bringing new skills to a job, new ideas and thoughts to a classroom, or new food to a neighbourhood, multiculturalism brings together talented people and innovative and interesting ideas and skills to a country, thus allowing it to thrive! When multiculturalism is adapted in a country, the potential of that country is outstanding, simply because it has a diverse and wide range of people.… Read More Multiculturalism: A Primer
The one thought that kept permeating my mind was that my ancestors, the African people, although ripped from their land, brought over on slave ships, separated from their families, humiliated, brutalized, killed and beaten, had endured it all and survived!
… Read More National Museum of African-American History and Culture: A People’s Journey