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Author: Henry, Natasha
Abstract: The inclusion of Black history in Ontario classrooms remains relatively marginalized and stagnant after thirty years of advocacy on the part of educators, groups and individuals in Black communities, and scholars to make the curriculum more inclusive of the Black experience in Canada and across the Diaspora. This Major Research Project investigates the current state of the teaching of African Canadian history in elementary and secondary public schools, to understand why it has remained virtually unchanged for decades despite gains in policy revision: the strong emphasis on American content, confinement to Black History Month in February. It also examines the impact of such systemic exclusion and marginalization of Black history on both Black and non-Black students.
Subject: Inclusion of Black History
Teaching African Canadian History
Rights: The copyright for the paper content remains with the author.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10315/34199
Citation: Major Research Paper (Master's), Faculty of Education, York University
Date: 2016-01-26

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