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Black History Mastery School

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Conference Aston

Conference Room 127, Aston University

Aston Triangle

Birmingham

B4 7ET

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DID YOU KNOW?

Despite the global interest adults have in Black or African History and Heritage, there are LESS THAN A DOZEN lecturers on the planet that have produced courses to teach adults outside of the Universities. Thus, most people go to one-off Black History lecture after lecture, seminar after seminar, but still come out with VERY LITTLE joined-up information. Their knowledge base FAILS TO GROW since no-one joins up the dots. IS THIS SOUNDING DEPRESSINGLY FAMILIAR?

OUR NEW COURSE CHANGES THIS! We give adults MASTERY over their History and Heritage taught in a mutually supportive environment. Every Black adult, parent and teacher needs to gain this mastery.

At the Black History Mastery School, you will learn the following systematic information taught over eight classes:

*What were the Civilisations of Africa? What is the surviving heritage?

*Where do Black Women fit into History?

*How did Africa contribute to the Birth of Religion and Spirituality?

*What has Africa contributed to Literature?

*Where do Black People fit into the Evolution of Medicine and Surgery?

*How did Africa contribute to the Origin and Evolution of Mathematics?

*Did Black People just submit to Slavery? What do the records say?

*What exactly should we teach Young People about Black History and Heritage?


YOUR TRAINER

Robin Walker ‘The Black History Man’ is the leading Black Studies educator of the last twenty-five years. He has educated thousands of adults through his Black History, African Studies, and Personal Development Programmes. He is the author of the classic When We Ruled and the best sellers: The Rise and Fall of Black Wall $treet and Black British History: Black Influences on British Culture 1948 to 2016.

YOUR HOST

Eric Mitchell of Sankoré has hosted the most ambitious Black Studies events in Birmingham over the last few years including the Tariq Nasheed lectures and films: Hidden Colors 4, and 1804.

TICKETS

The course costs £60 to attend. You must buy your tickets in advance from this page.

EVENT DETAILS

The eight classes are taught over four Sunday sessions: 28 January 4.45 to 9.30 pm, 4 February 5.00 to 9.30 pm, 11 February 5.00 to 9.30 pm, and 18 February 5.00 to 9.30 pm.

REGISTRATION

The registration is at 4.45 pm on 28 January 2018.

VENUE

Conference Aston, Conference Room 127, Aston University, Aston Triangle, Birmingham, B4 7ET

PARKING

Car park 6 - B4 7EW (£1 All Day)

CERTIFICATION

Attendees will receive a course certificate.

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B4 7ET

United Kingdom

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