My history not HIS-tory

Season 9 Episode 22

Mon, 15 Oct 2018 8:30pm 8:30 pm, Wed, 17 Oct 2018 8:30pm 8:30 pm, Sat, 20 Oct 2018 7:30pm 7:30 pm

A group of students in their final year at teaching college talk about the challenge of teaching with no resources, the impact this has on the learner’s marks and how to overcome the situation. They feel that history should be compulsory in school, especially the Black History because they believe that each person from each race and colour has the right to know their history.

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Camera:Richard Mills

Edit:Nosisi Sithole

Sound: Nosisi Sithole

Research: Naledi Njovane

Directed by: Jo Menell and Richard Mills

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