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Please find the Transatlantic Slave Trade Teacher Study Guide 2012 below. The Transatlantic Slave Trade Student Study Guide for 2012 is available at www.facebook.com/2012studentvideoconference.

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In this series of programmes produced in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish, UN Radio honours the memories of the millions of people who have suffered and died because of Slavery and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, their struggles for freedom, what legacies remain and the lessons that could or ...
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In this series of programmes produced in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish, UN Radio honours the memories of the millions of people who have suffered and died because of Slavery and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, their struggles for freedom, what legacies remain and the lessons that could or ...
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In this series of programmes produced in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish, UN Radio honours the memories of the millions of people who have suffered and died because of Slavery and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, their struggles for freedom, what legacies remain and the lessons that could or ...
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In this series of programmes produced in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish, UN Radio honours the memories of the millions of people who have suffered and died because of Slavery and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, their struggles for freedom, what legacies remain and the lessons that could or ...
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In this series of programmes produced in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish, UN Radio honours the memories of the millions of people who have suffered and died because of Slavery and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, their struggles for freedom, what legacies remain and the lessons that could or ...
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In this series of programmes produced in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish, UN Radio honours the memories of the millions of people who have suffered and died because of Slavery and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, their struggles for freedom, what legacies remain and the lessons that could or ...
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This is an excerpt of an interview with Prof. Naana Jane Opoku Agyemang, Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast in Ghana, about the transatlantic slave trade.

http://www.unmultimedia.org/…/vice-chancellor-talks-about-…/

In this series of programmes produced in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish, UN Radio honours the memories of the millions of people who have suffered and died because of Slavery and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, their struggles for freedom, what legacies remain and the lessons that could or ...
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In honour of the upcoming week of Remembrance, we will be posting radio features produced by UN Radio on the slave trade from the African Diaspora. These interviews are currently available in English, Spanish and Portuguese with interviews in French and Kiswahili to follow shortly. Please have students listen to these pieces before the Videoconference on 30 March!

Teaching the Transatlantic Slave Trade through Dance, Drama and Art, PowerPoint presentation by Cecilia Hall, Senior Lecturer, University of Trinida & Tobago

Teaching the Transatlantic Slave Trade in an African Country, PowerPoint presentation by Yahya A--Matarr Jobe, UNESO ASPnet National Coordinator, The Gambia

Hilary Beckles, Pro-Vice Chancellor and Principal of the University of the West Indies, participates in the event, “New approaches to teaching African history and the legacy of the transatlantic slave trade”, a global videoconference for educators organized as part of the International Day of Rememb
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Sheila S. Walker, Executive Director of Afrodiaspora, Inc., speaks at the event, “New approaches to teaching African history and the legacy of the transatlantic slave trade”, a global videoconference for educators organized as part of the International Day of Remembrance of Victims of Slavery and th
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Background note explaining the goals and objectives of global videoconference for educators.

Resources for teaching the transatlantic slave trade

Watch a live webcast of the global videoconference (23 March from 9am-4pm EDT) for educators on new approaches to teaching about the transatlantic slave trade: www.un.org/webcast.

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