Natasha Henry’s workshop on slavery in Canada featured in news
Natasha Henry’s workshop on the history of African slavery in Canada was recently featured in the Chatham Daily News. Henry’s workshop aims to help Grade 3-10 teachers incorporate the history of slavery in Canada into their history curriculum; the workshop aims to help teachers learn how to incorporate the experiences of enslaved Africans in the classroom.
Henry is an educator, historian, and curriculum consultant specializing in the development of learning materials that focus on the African Diasporic experience. She is the author of Talking About Freedom: Celebrating Freedom in Canada (2012) and Emancipation Day: Celebrating Freedom in Canada (2010). Natasha was the education specialist for Breaking the Chains: Presenting a New Narrative of Canada’s Role in the Underground Railroad and War of 1812: We Stand on Guard for Thee.
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