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Jul 7

African Women Resistance Leaders: Political and Spiritual course (Part 2)

July 7 @ 6:30 pm - August 11 @ 8:30 pm

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Event: African Women Resistance Leaders: Political and Spiritual course (Part 2)
Start Date: 7 Jul 2020 6:30 pm
End Date: 11 Aug 2020 8:30 pm
Venue: Online Event

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6 week online course on Black women who fought against colonialism and racism over the last 400 years and their spiritual /political views

(This course follows on from Part 1 but can be done on its own.)

This course will detail Black women who have fought against colonialism and racism over the last 400 years and examine their varied spiritual belief systems. Mainstream history consistently ignores the contribution of Black women in general, but many of these women used indigenous spiritual belief systems to sustain their own ideologies and inspire their followers. African civilisations and belief systems were, and are, routinely denigrated by Europeans which has led to stigma and mis-representation.

In addition to going deeper into the topics covered in the first 6 weeks (as listed below) we will cover:

  • 40 more African women resistance leaders
  • 20 films about heroic and empowering Black women and where to get them
  • Institutional racism/sexism, how it works and how to fight it
  • Specific African spiritual practices in England
  • Black women in Latin America and Europe
  • Understanding ‘whiteness’ and related behaviour

We will also revisit some the issues from Part One but in more depth and detail:

  • Pre-colonial African belief systems
  • Christianity as oppression and resistance
  • Sanite, Mbuya, Nanny and Nanny Greg, Yaa, Fannie, Nzingha, Coretta, The Two Amys, Queen Mary Thomas, Queen Amar, Yemaja, Oya, Dandara, Nehanda and Graca
  • 1970s women soldiers in Africa’s liberaton wars
  • Black women’s resistance in English literature
  • Jamaica, Zimbabwe, Ghana, Mississippi, Haiti, Angola, Brazil, Cuba, Nigeria: Civil and Human Rights
  • Disparaging terms ‘Obeah’, ‘Juju’, the real history of Santeria, Candomble, and Jumbie
  • African religious belief and Hollywood superheroes
  • The African roots of the Zombie; movie metaphors
  • White female fragility and the co-options of feminism

We will use obscure and modern film clips, archival documents, rare books and essays, interviews , testimony from the women and their followers, small and large group work.

Course Objectives:

  • Provide political and spiritual context for 40 Black women leaders from 1680s to 2000s
  • Explain pre-colonial belief systems and their survival in post-colonial African diaspora
  • Analyse and explore white supremacist thought in mainstream media
  • Promote the consumption of Black history and literature

Online course via Zoom.This is a ‘camera on’ event where all attendees are expected to participate visually and verbally. Every Tuesday from 7th July for 6 weeks, 6.30pm-8.30pm.

Course Leaders: Dr Michelle Asantewa and Tony Warner

This event is sponsored by Eye London Glasses. https://www.eyelondonopticians.co.uk/pages/contact-us Eye London ,312 Mare Street Hackney E8 1HA. Ph 0208 533 1188

Other coming Events at www.blackhistorywalks.co.uk

 

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