TEACHING GUIDE: The Secret Life of the Province of Jamaica
How did different groups of black men and women successfully work together toward labour activism and human rights in Canada? This episode of The Secret Life of Canada explores Caribbean migration to Canada through historical perspectives, examines the legacies of black activists and Sleeping Car Porters in Canadian history, and investigates the causes of systemic racism.
Possible teaching connections include Geography, History, Social Studies, Law, Civics, and Anthropology. Learn how to use this resource here.
This teaching guide includes:
- Lesson plan
- Ad-free audio for download
- Episode transcript
- Activity sheets
- Bonus mini-episode: 'Shout out to Jackie Shane, singer and transgender trailblazer' (lesson plan, ad-free audio, slides & activities)
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