African AuthorS Day IrelandKindly share this info below in all your network, if you are an author or a writerThe African Author Day Ireland is by November, and as we celebrate in the month of November, we are inviting writers to come and read their diary, storytellers to come and tell their story and authors to book a "Book Stall Exhibition" to exhibit and sign their book to readers.HOW TO OBSERVE:
Book a book stall and join us on the "Susuana-RoadShow with Authors" All right reserved.ccRegistration Contribution Fee is: £25/€25Please make payment with our PayPal: email@example.comAlso, book immediately a date for zoom chat on our Author Experience", to have conversation, get to know you and to give you full details of preparation.Send your details, including pic to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Purchase some books by your favorite Africa-Caribbean author to support them.
- Use #AfricaCaribbeanAuthorsDayIreland to post on social media.
- Make a decision write a note to your favorite Africa Caribbean author on November 1ST -30TH, to “put a smile on their face and start the note with As requested by SOM"
- It will be great if this is observe by everyone writing the note.
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AFRICA HISTORY EDUCATIONAL CENTER FOR AFRICAN STUDIES
This short course has been developed in accordance with the NCCA template and guideline.
This short course has been developed by Susuana Olatunji Komolafe the Executive Educational Director for Africa History Educational Center for Africa Studies, under the platform of Afro in Diaspora Center with the support of Revd. Dr. Livingstone Thompson
We run a range of online courses, workshops and webinars for student, teachers, businesses and those interested to learn more about African History and African Studies not taught in schools. We use Webinars, virtual platform, face-to-face, and our workshops are tailored to the needs of the individual, community groups, School, or business.This course will be tailored to suit the student, teacher, individuals needs and give preparatory introduction to knowledge outside taught course in the school but will broaden the knowledge of the participants, students and their teacher in challenging their perspective and given new meaning of thought.our principal educational consultant and educational center director is susuana olatunji komolafe (dr), she is a passionate historians, educationist and a community development expert
State of the mind, which will bring us to Africa Psychology (a change of narrative by Susuana Olatunji Komolafe. Join us on the next 4Series Masterclass on African Identity.
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Preparatory Introduction to African Studies by exploring Africa History; All of the information is selected to be of relevance interest to the Africa Community. The information itself is designed to inspire, challenge and to provoke serious thought
Our African studies will foster you with a gateway into the comprehensive study of the African experience across major disciplines in the social sciences and humanities, African experience here in Ireland, around the world with global perceptive with a unique advantage and sharpened knowledge about African Caribbean issues within historical and contemporary contexts interrelated. African studies are the study of Africa continent, especially the continent's cultures, heritage, people, landscape, tribe, languages and societies. The field includes the study of Africa's history, demography, culture, politics, economy, diverse languages, and religion, values, and indigenous beliefs. A specialist in African studies is often referred to as an "Africanist". A key focus of the discipline is to interrogate epistemological approaches, theories and methods in traditional disciplines using a critical lens that inserts African-centered ways of knowing and references.
AFRICA HISTORY MONTH IRELAND
Africa is a second largest region in the world. Today Africa is perceived as the fastest growing economies in the world with great potential economy power, a continent of thousands of languages, dialects and cultures, unparalleled eco-diversity, and over a billion vibrant and innovative Africans. The relevance of African issues is apparent in our everyday lives; we use African products, exports, or mineral resources sometimes unknowingly knowingly.
AFRICA HISTORY MONTH IRELAND
Questions for Conversation
- Conversation on: Explore what African sees as racism, and discusses the development of bias of a “Conscious bias” and unconscious bias
- What are African Studies? African Studies is the study of Africa continent, culture, heritage, values, and societies