How should we remember our heroes? How about as a mirage of complexities for us to take inspiration from AND to critique? We’re in the process of shooting trailers for the upcoming #MyRootsGoDeep comic book series. The comic will educate the youth on the amazing history of the African diaspora. Our attainment of philosophy, science,Continue reading “How should we remember our heroes?”
Tag Archives: black history curriculum
But we were all slaves once | a rebuttal
“We were all slaves once” is a common argument that has no logical basis. We shall cover the psychological harm done when diluting the transatlantic slave trade amongst other forms of slavery.
All People are Racist… at first
All people are racist… and then hopefully decreasingly so I have just finished reading Marley K’s piece “All White People are Racist”… it’s inflammatory to say the least but that’s me speaking from a scientific perspective. None of us have met all people; we can spot trends or correlations but we can’t logically label all peopleContinue reading “All People are Racist… at first”
Why there is there no Black History in the Curriculum
“Why is there not black history in the black curriculum?!” A difficult question to answer without context, right? For example, why is there little to no: Native American history Mongolian history Indian history I could go on. But we then must ask why is Black history so important? You could argue that black people representContinue reading “Why there is there no Black History in the Curriculum”