Astehmari Batekun speaks with Master Drummer Alexandre ‘Alex’ Yemaoua Dayo, this light intro opens the way for two more part in the series. In this interview you get to know where this wonderful creative artist is coming from, nature and nurture, wisdom and revolutionary movements.
Recipes for Resilience: Superfoods for Climate Action!
Youth empowerment for young people aged 14 to 18.
FOOD! We love it in all forms and ‘flavas’.
Food not only sustains us but it also connects us to each other and to our heritage. Food gives us a sense of community and culture. But did you know that our food choices can help save the planet? Did you know that food helped our ancestors fight oppression?
The Black Open University has teamed up with
The University of the West Indies
University of Edinburgh and
Caribbean Youth Environment Network (CYEN)
To help open up this very special opportunity to engage with youth across the Caribbean and specialist educators in heritage, food systems and climate change.
Get in touch with Astehmari as soon as possible for special UK participation access links and further guidance.
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I understand that Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics & Art will appear to be more interesting subjects than the way they are currently taught in our education system. This new approach, when implemented correctly, will enable one to engage positively and raise the learner’s attainment levels.
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