PenPal Schools enables global collaborative learning.
Via Afrika brings PenPal Schools to our learners.

Via Afrika has partnered with PenPal Schools, an American company that connects learners from across the world. Learners then work through content on a weekly basis, and interact with their PenPals.

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Our first course, Walking to Freedom, introduces students to the concepts of prejudice, discrimination and racism, and tells the stories of civic leaders who dedicated their lives to freedom, justice and equality.
The course begins with an in-depth look at struggles with racism faced by the world’s indigenous peoples through the 15th to 18th centuries, after which students are taken through the non-violent activism of Mahatma Gandhi. The heroism of Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr, Helen Joseph and Rosa Parks is covered too. The course concludes in the present day with students learning about champions of human rights fighting for change in the 21st century.