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Episode 83: Slavery, Reparations and Education – African Nova Scotia, Canada and Beyond

In this episode we speak with Dr. Isaac Saney , Director of the Transition Year Program at Dalhousie  University. Dr. Saney talks about the background for the conference Slavery, Reparations and Education – African Nova Scotia, Canada and Beyond to be held in Halifax when travel permits. He discusses the relationship between systemic racism in the past and the present and the need for ongoing work to set records straight.

Information related to this podcast:

Episode 27: Black History Month 2020 – “Looking at the past in terms of the present”
Episode 28: Black history is Canadian history – Part 2 Black History Month 2020
Episode 30: Teaching Black and African history to meet the needs of all students all of the time

Lord Dalhousie Scholarly Panel on Slavery and Race, Dalhousie University

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Episode 83: Slavery, Reparations and Education – African Nova Scotia, Canada and Beyond