The African Diaspora:
Unearthing the Universal Story
Where does the universal human story and difference meet? What have you been taught about people that are different
than you? What commonalities do we share? What's your story?
In this class, we will investigate these questions
by learning about African Diasporic History. We will look to the original birth place of human kind, to explore questions
of economics, race, gender, and difference.
Come ready to learn about Africa's ancient kingdoms and
the ways people of African origins have dispersed around the world, creating and innovating wherever they are. Most importantly,
come ready to learn about your own personal connections and ideas.
Itoro Paul Udofia, MA
Ms. Udofia, a first generation African American, holds a BA from Smith College in African American Studies and an
MA in teaching with an emphasis on social justice.
She is a recipient of several awards for her work in education and theater.
February 24th - March 3, 10, 24th
1pm -2:30pm: ages 9-12
3pm-4:30pm: ages 13-17
550 El Embarcadero, Oakland
||$180 covers all four 90 minute sessions and materials
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