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    Diversify your curriculum and create a sense of wonder and belonging with Las voces diversas de la diáspora!

    Las voces diversas de la diáspora is a publication that seeks to highlight and amplify the identity, culture, and contributions of Black/Afro-Latinx people of the Diaspora. We know that teachers want to diversify their curriculum but may not know where they can access quality, relevant, comprehensible resources. We hope that we can help you with that journey!

    Target audience: Novice high-intermediate/ Great review for upper-level students (warm-ups) *Solid level 2 (late level 1)

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    Diversify your curriculum and create a sense of wonder and belonging with Las voces diversas de la diáspora!

    Las voces diversas de la diáspora is a quarterly publication that seeks to highlight and amplify the identity, culture, and contributions of Black/Afro-Latinx and Hispanic people of the Diaspora. We know that teachers want to incorporate more of this cultural content in their curriculum but may not know where they can access quality, relevant, comprehensible resources. We hope that we can help you with that journey! 

    Target audience: Novice-Intermediate/ Great review for upper-level students (warm-ups)

    What's included in this edition? There are 4 articles. Each article comes with activities!

    1. The Underground Railroad to Mexico: Students will learn about the beginnings of how the underground railroad started in Mexico and its history pertaining to the growth of the Afro-Mexican community.

    Cultural integration topics: racism, discrimination, history, human trafficking, triumph, indigenous community

    Structures: Present and past tense

    2. Dance of the devils: Students will learn about the history, dance, and ceremony that occurs at the same time as Día de muertos, in the Afro Mexican community.

    Cultural integration topics: history, activism, identity, dance, music, religion, indigenous

    Structures: Present and past tense

    3. Learn about Francia Márquez Mina, a relentless environmental activist who just made history as the first Afro-Colombian vice president. The informational text shares interesting details about her life and fights for environmental equality for both Afro-Colombian and Indigenous, and rural farmers. Her life and ascent to a powerful position are awe-inspiring. Your students should know about her! Students learn important vocabulary terms such as territorios ancestrales, minería, sostenible, medio ambiente, and ambientalista.

    4. Christmas in February, really? Yes, this is the tradition of one Afro-Colombian town., and the factors that forged this tradition, are nonetheless intriguing! Students will learn about this winter tradition and the history that underpins it.

    1. Una periodista activista: Students will learn about a famous Afro-Spanish journalist, her identity, and her fight for equality.

    Cultural integration topics: Women in journalism, identity, xenophobia, immigration, education, otherness, activism, mixed-raced families, Women's History

    2. Échale un vistazo a Guinea Ecuatorial: Students will learn about Guinea Ecuatorial, a Spanish-speaking country in Subharian Africa.

    Cultural integration topics: Travel

    Structures: Preterite and some imperfect (past tense)

    3. Afrocolombianidad: Students will learn about the history of Afro Colombians and the importance of celebrating El día de afrocolombianidad

    Cultural integration topics: activism, racism, discrimination, cultural celebrations, history

    Structures: Present and some past tense

    4. Palenque de San Basilio: Students will learn about the history and culture of this special town in Colombia

    Cultural integration topics: history, activism, gastronomy, identity, indigenous language

    Structures: Present tense and some past tense

    5. La champeta: Students will learn about the influential music and dance rooted in African and Caribbean rhythms that influenced the culture of Colombia.

    Cultural integration topics: dance, history, discrimination, racism, identity, music

    Structures: Present and some past tense

    6. Rubén Bermúdez: Students will learn about the activist and artist who is bringing racial awareness to Spain.

    Cultural integration topics: art, activism, history, identity, social justice

    Structures: Present tense and some past tense

    7. Juneteenth: Students will learn about the importance of this June 19th and its celebrations

    Cultural integration topics: history, racism, celebrations, 

    Structures: Present tense and some past tense

    3rd Edition (Fall

    This edition takes students to Argentina to meet the once-forgotten Black Female soldier who fought side by side for Argentine independence against Spain. They'll visit Central America to learn about the Garifuna culture, they’ll learn about holiday traditions in Guinea Equatorial, and marvel at prince Yanga’s courage as he defied the Spaniards to become the leader of the first free town of The Americas.

     But don’t worry, we don’t only talk about past glory, students will relive the excitement of the Olympics as they learn about three athletes from the African Diaspora,  and one whose family hails from Southeast Asia. This edition is packed with great stories and great people worthy of admiration.  Their triumphs, passions, and history-making moves will inspire your students. 

    What’s included in this 3rd edition?

    3rd Edition (Fall)

    Eight well-researched, written, and proofed articles (native speakers from two different countries to ensure variety). 

    1. Comprehension questions (and other activities) in Spanish and in English 
    2. Word search
    3. Footnotes and glossary 

    Language structures 

    -The historical articles are written in the past tense with mostly preterite and imperfect structures 

    -The athlete highlights are written in the present tense 

    Highlights and countries 

    -Afro-argentine female revolutionary dynamic soldier

    -Central America -Garifuna

    -Spain/Dominican Republic 

    -United States- Olympic highlights and their real-life passions. We get a little sciency here!

    -Afro-Mexican leader

    -Holiday traditions in Equatorial Guinea 

    Total Pages
    40 pages
    Answer Key
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    Teaching Duration
    1 Week
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