Dr. Carol Marie Webster, PhD

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AMI TAMAKLOE


Latest Posts

Earth Day: firearms, war and preserving the earth

So… I woke yesterday morning, Earth Day, wondering what type of world we would build if we all woke up one day soon and all the fire arms, weapons of mass destruction, and the facilities in which they are produced overnight (and through no efforts of any group/nation or another) disappeared – vanished into thin … Continue reading Earth Day: firearms, war and preserving the earth

Book Release:

The Fire That Time: Transnational Black Radicalism and the Sir George Williams Occupation by  Nalini Mohabir  (Editor), Ronald Cummings  (Editor) Thanks to my colleagues (Drs Mohabir and Cummings) a few of my words are included.

Plants, Textiles and Fragments: Humans and Nature Journeys of Wellbeing

Carol Sorhaindo Plants, Textiles and Fragments: Humans and Nature Journeys of Wellbeing Watch/Listen: HERE “As an artist I have a fascination with plants, textiles and fragments. Unravelling historical threads appeals to my investigative nature. My processes are an entangled mix of historical and site exploration, journal and creative writing, textiles, painting, and sculpture.  Reflection on … Continue reading Plants, Textiles and Fragments: Humans and Nature Journeys of Wellbeing

Underground Railroad, by Ami Tamakloe

Underground Railroad by Ami Tamakloe Ami Tamakloe is a multimodal art-ivist born and raised in Ghana with experiences in fashion, performance and film, and an overall love for storytelling.  She believes to understand the world, one has to first take in the world, question it and then share our understanding of the world the best … Continue reading Underground Railroad, by Ami Tamakloe

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