“He who falls teaches others a lesson”
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- African History, Culture, Philosophy, and Politics.
- Epistemic decolonization – link to history, curriculum (education and political theory) understanding the colonial contexts within which concepts, arguments, and approaches have been developed and advanced.
- Linguistic decolonization.
- Decolonization of political thought and practice.
- African interaction with others:-Intricacies, dilemmas, racialized inequalities and their origins (the role of knowledge, discourse, and culture in colonial power structures and continuity in the post-flag independence)
- Decolonization strategies (alternatives to Eurocentric knowledge, epistemologies, and pedagogies).
- Developments in Africa (Past, present, and the future).
- African diaspora.
- Black Feminism.
- Africana Womanist.
- Postcolonial Studies.
- Critical Whiteness Studies.
- Black Diaspora.
- Migration Studies.
- Gender Studies.
- Africana Studies.
- Black Canada Studies.
- workshops on Critical whiteness, Anti-discrimination/ racism, race dinners, postcolonial, and intersectional diversity.