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Saturday, April 13 • 9:10am - 10:00am
Indigenous African-Centred Education

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An interactive presentation highlighting research outcomes through personal storytelling. The participants will play a major role in the presentation as they are expected to align themselves with the experiential methodology of storytelling and use their own perspectives in minimal group activities. Activities include: 

Who Teaches Me? - Addressing the lack of Black educators in the public school system 
Who Am I? - Addressing the influence that the school system has on the ways in which Black students see themselves 
What Will I Become? - Addressing the school -to -prison pipeline and the ways in which all educators are complicit

Participants should expect to be a part of the presentation as there will be short 5-minute presentations from each group.

Session Outcomes
The objective is to have participants:
• Become more conscious of their role in serving their Black students
• The importance of culturally inclusive curriculums in Black communities
• Learn how to use personal stories as educational lessons worth teaching

Speaker
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Dobijoki Emanuela Bringi

Educator & Personal Development Mentor
Dobijoki Emanuela Bringi is an inclusive and diverse education advocate. With a Masters Degree in Education and a Bachelors Degree in Multicultural and Indigenous Studies, Dobijoki has implemented her knowledge and skills into a number of non-profit organizational programming focusing... Read More →


Saturday April 13, 2019 9:10am - 10:00am
OCAD - Room 3

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