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Isaac Saney

Director and Senior Instructor, Transition Year Program

Dalhousie University

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Dalhousie University

1459 LeMarchant Street Suite 2201 2nd Floor

Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3H 4R2

Canada

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Dalhousie University is Atlantic Canada's leading research-intensive university and a driver of the region's intellectual, social and economic development. Â Located in the province of Nova Scotia, Dalhousie's 18,500 students and 6,000 faculty and staff foster...more

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Media Centre - Dalhousie University

Dalhousie professor Isaac Saney, says any meaningful dialogue about reparations must begin with an acknowledgment of what he calls the "original sin" of anti-black racism in Canada - the enslavement of thousands of people of African descent between the 16th and 19th centuries.


Media Highlight: Dalhousie professor discusses history of slavery and meaningful reparations dialogue in Canada - Dal News - Dalhousie University

Isaac Saney, a historian who teaches black studies at Dalhousie University, says any meaningful dialogue about reparations must begin with an acknowledgment of what he calls the "original sin" of anti-black racism in Canada - the enslavement of thousands of people of African descent between the 16th and 19th centuries.


International

Isaac Saney teaches history at Dalhousie University and Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Canada, He is co-chair and National Spokesperson of the Canadian Network On Cuba.
He is currently putting the final touches on the book manuscript, Africa's Children Return! Cuba, the War in Angola and the End of Apartheid.


Taylor-Report.com - June 2004

Isaac Saney,
Phil interviews Isaac Saney about Cuba and its current relationship with the United States and the rest of the world. He asserts that as far as the United States administration is concerned "The cuban revolution is an unforgiveable example of independence and social justice in the region". Isaac Saney is on the faculty of Dalhousie University and an adjunct professor, International Development Studies at Saint Mary's University in Halifax. He is the author of "Cuba: a Revolution in Motion" which is available from various sources including Amazon.com.


Vancouver Communities in Solidarity with Cuba (VCSC)

The next workshop, The Concept of Internationalism in Cubas Foreign Policy: Internationalism in Theory and Practice, was delivered by Isaac Saney, a professor at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada, the author of the book Cuba: a Revolution in Motion and a co-chair of the Canadian Network on Cuba.
Isaac gave a comprehensive presentation focused on Cubas internationalist missions, from sending tens of thousands of doctors to countries around the world to sending 30,000 soldiers to Angola to fight in the war of liberation against the racist apartheid regime of South Africa which had invaded Angola.


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