The 50-year-old celebration, with references to African and Black American cultures, originated in Los Angeles in 1966, during tragic events tied to the Civil Rights Mouvements. Read the article.
From London…from a bus
Beautiful photos of London and Londoners were taken from a bus…They are on the BBC website
Love and Language
Do you know that falling in love can help you learn a language ? It can…Read the article here
A visual history of Social Dance in 25 moves
An American choregrapher and educator, Camille A. Brown explores the roots of African American Social Dances and their expression as an affirmation of Identity.
Check here the article and video from Ted.
Enseigner le Brexit…
Sur le site du Café Pédagogique, vous trouverez des idées et des ressources pour enseigner le Brexit.
Enseigner le brexit (document pdf)
Britain has made its choice : LEAVE !!!!
See the article on the Economist
Brexit: la nuit portera (?) conseil…
Voir l’article de l’Express
Pour ou contre la sortie du Royaume Uni de l’Union Européenne? A quelques heures du vote historique, le site 20 minutes a collecté et mis en parallèle les arguments des deux camps…
We’ll change tomorrow…
Watch First Lady Michelle OBAMA talking with Oprah Winfrey at the United States of women summit…
London has a new mayor
London has a new mayor. His name is Sadiq Khan.
He was born on October 9th 1970 in London, he is married and a father of two. Ideologically, he is on the moderate social democratic wing of the Labour Party. He began work as a solicitor specialising in human rights.
After a stunning political career as a MP for his native borough of Tooting, London (2005), minister of state for communities (2008-2009), as a minister of state for transport (2009-2010), as a shadow minister for London (2013-2015), he entered the mayoral campaign which led him to the seat of the first of the Londoners on May 6th 2016.
Curiously, in spite of his impressive political CV, French media have only focused on his muslim belonging as if the « event » has revealed the poor integration of minority-born personalities in the French political life…