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An Introduction to
African Religions

PUBLIC LECTURE | Department of
Black Political Thought & Culture

Slide Explore Black History, Culture and Thought With courses covering Africa, the Caribbean and the United States, as well as thematic and Pan-African histories, students will get a holistic understanding of the political, social, economic and intellectual developments in Black communities around the world Department of African History This department oversees the design and delivery of all our workshops, public lectures and courses in African history, providing progressive and comprehensive insight into the history of the continent. Department of Black Political Thought and Culture This department is concerned with Black political thought of the 19th and 20h century as well as Black cultural history in this period. Department of Education This department runs innovative continuing professional development courses for educators looking to improve their subject knowledge, curriculum and lesson design skills.

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