The Baobab Project: A Summary

Great initiative by Rowena and Rohene. Awesome job ladies!

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A few weeks ago I shared a public outreach project that a classmate and I were working on for a class. I am pleased to report the dialogue session, which was held a couple of evenings ago, went well and we were fortunate enough to get some media attention! Hopefully this will help further the much-needed dialogue. I’ll share our reflection piece with you, originally posted on http://schemamag.ca/2014/07/04/africa-will-always-remain-a-part-of-me/#.U7eKJPldU1Y

Africa Will Always Remain a Part of Me

Posted July 4th, 2014 by Rohene Bouajram and Rowena Mondiwa & filed under Diversity.


Drawing on their African cultural tradition of storytelling, and expanding on the conversation of multiculturalism…

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