Educator aiming for inclusivity

The elementary school educator who co-founded Alberta’s Black Teachers Association plans to bring her dual passions of anti-racism and technology to her new post at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

Sarah Adomako-Ansah, whose resumé includes eight years of teaching students in grades 3 to 6 in Edmonton, has been selected as the Winnipeg-based museum’s newest educator-in-residence.

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