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African-Canadian Studies (CAN 217)

African-Canadian Studies (CAN 217) is a Seneca College course on African-Canadian life from 1600 to the present. Created and taught by Patricia Clark.


African Philosophy Resources

There are many African studies pages currently on the WWW. This one will be different in that it will start from African philosophy, and pull in other useful resources to support this area of research.


African Studies Program Home Page at McGill University

This site contains information on courses, faculties, and events of students connected to the "African Studies Program" in McGill, as well the links of resources and African programmes of studies in the whole world.


ASC - Africana Studies Committee

The Africana Studies Committee (ASC) is a campus and community effort to defend and expand McGill's African Studies program and to ensure that the program remains an integral part of the university's curriculum.


Carican

A site designed to help Caribbean youth and Canadian youth of Caribbean and African descent reap the rewards of the technology revolution.


Dalhousie Black Student Advising Centre

The Black Students Advising Centre may be beneficial to all students, faculty and staff as a means of increasing awareness of Black students within the Dalhousie University community.


James Robinson Johnston Chair in Black Canadian Studies

Dalhousie University is proud to commemorate the centennial anniversary of James Robinson Johnston, first member of the Nova Scotia Black Community to graduate from university and to practise law in Canada.


Shakti

Shakti is a women of colour collective that seeks to organise female students of colour and to educate about feminist and Third World issues.


Some Missing Pages: The Black Community in the History of Quebec and Canada

Materials that focus upon Blacks in the history of Quebec and Canada help learners to understand more fully the social and cultural realities of the past centuries. These pages depict joy and sorrow, struggle and triumph, courage and determination.


West Indian Student's Association at The University of Toronto

West Indian Student's Association at The University of Toronto.


York University Black Students' Allaince (YUBSA)

Its mandate is to act as a clearinghouse for information, referrals, and advocacy and as a forum for students to get support and be connected to students from Africa and the Diaspora, while in the York University community.


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