“So Often Against Us”: Blacks, Migration and Canada’s History
Friday, Oct. 15, 3-4 p.m.
Dr. Paul Banahene Adjei is an Associate Professor and the Interim Dean of the School of Social Work, Memorial University of Newfoundland. Paul has gained a national and an international recognition as a public speaker, a trainer, a consultant, and a researcher in the areas of social justice, anti-black racism, critical race, critical whiteness studies, and anti-colonialism. He has offered anti-racism training to many federal and provincial government agencies. He was recently awarded a Diaspora Fellowship to the University of Ghana, a Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship award that sends the recipient to an African Institutions of higher education to contribute to research, capacity building, and curriculum development.
The talk will be livestreamed (https://youtu.be/lVdvTjpJGZc) as well as recorded and posted to Geography’s Youtube Channel
Presented by Department of Geography