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Discussants: TBA

Discussants: TBA

Discussants: TBA

Rapporteurs: Segun Jegede & Dele Ashiru

Rapporteurs: Felix Ayoh Omidire, (PhD), Laja Odukoya & Chris Olamiju

Rapporteurs: Sade Adefarasn & F.A, Badru, (PhD)

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Lead: Njoki N Wane, (PhD), Associate Professor & Director of Teaching, University of Toronto - African Indigenous Philosophical Thought: Guiding principles for A United States of Africa

Felippe Jorge Kopanakis Pacheco, - Historical and Geographical Cartography of Africa: Its Peoples, its Diasporas, and their History

Oladapo Jimoh Balogun, Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts, Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria - Decolonizing the Disciplines: A Historical Study of Revolutions and Paradigm Shifts in Ifa as a Divination Theory

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Vera Ogiorumua., University of Toronto – Decolonizing the Self: Transforming our foundational thought through Reclaiming our African Indigenous names

Lisa Earl Castillo, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil - The Exodus of 1835: Life histories, social networks and the return to Africa

Pr. Sylvain C. Anignikin, Maitre de Conferences (Histoire), Université d’Abomey-Calavi, Republic of Bénin - Introduction à l’histoire de la décolonisation en Afrique noire propositions pour une décolonisation de l’histoire

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Onencan Apuke Cankech., University of Toronto – African Spirituality the Cornerstone for Pan-Africanism

Maulana Karenga., Professor of Africana Studies, California State University-Long Beach, Los Angeles, USA – African Renaissance and Cultural Consciousness: Standing on Sacred Ground

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Donna Outerbridge., University of Toronto – Historical Consciousness of Bermudian Colonial Identity and reconnection to their African ancestry

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Akena Francis Adyanga, University of Toronto – Analysis of the Production of Western Knowledge: Implication for African Indigenous Knowledge and Decolonization

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Ahmed Ilmi, University of Toronto - Claiming African Embodied Indigenous Knowledges Beyond the Boundaries of the Continent

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Yumiko Kawano, University of Toronto - Japanese and African Indigenous healing: implications of commonalities

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