Speaker profile

Kwame Boateng

The Black Curriculum (Confirmed)

Kwame is passionate about de-colonial approaches to education and community development. Having extensive experience with Black youth in rural areas of the UK which are still lacking racial integration, he decided to begin his studies in social anthropology and development focusing on race, identity and their respective intersections with education and transformative pedagogy. At present Kwame is working closely with ‘The Black Curriculum’ as an educator. Their objective is to incorporate Black British history into the national curriculum to aid a holistic understanding of British identity rooted in respect, reciprocity and empowerment for all.

Agenda sessions

Day 3 - November 19, 2020

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    • 2:15 pm
      Black History is British History – Re-shaping the Curriculum to Create Conscious, Empowered Citizens

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