#Docuhistory: History of Africa
The Golden Stool - History of Africa with Zeinab Badawi
#Docuhistory with Trevor Getz and Judith Jeremie
PBS's History of Africa: The Golden Stool with Zeinab Badawi is the 14th episode in the BBC's History of Africa series and explores African history, culture, and heritage as told by Africans themselves. In this episode, Zeinab travels to Ghana and Cote d'Ivoire to learn about the history, myths, and legends of the Asante people ... Keep Reading
We invite teachers, parents, and students to use this page to view the episode and explore the related resources below as part of their curriculum or home-schooling.
The #docuhistory series aims to create an informal space where teachers, students, and historians can join together to watch a documentary and discuss teaching and learning about the film's subject matter. The series is organized by Joe Schmidt, New York City Department of Education, @HSGlobalHistory, in collaboration with the Forum for Scholars and Publics.
We held a viewing and Twitter discussion of this episode on April 23, 2020. You can browse the discussion by searching the #docuhistory hashtag or by checking in with discussion moderators Trevor Getz (@TrevorGetz4) and Judith Jeremie (@ChibiJu). The resources shared through this conversation have been gathered by Joe Schmidt.
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