By John Pierre (JP) Craig, Diane Hill, and Natacha Ndabahagamye Jones
28 October, 2022
At our September Afro-Diasporas Futures in Education Collective gathering, Dr. Zoé Samudzi and Dr. Aileen Moreton-Robinson engaged us in critically thinking about entanglements between historical discourses of Blackness and Indigeneity, the logics of race, land possession, law, and sovereignty.
How should we spend our time together? - A reflection on Black Methodologies Nadia Qureshi, Nnenna Odim, Sefanit Habtom
The first convening of the Afro-Diasporas Futures in Education Collective was focused on Black methodologies. Our first two speakers, Dr. Vanessa Thompson and Dr. Kevin Quashie, drew us to abolitionist and slow methodologies.