Founding Partner, Edutainment for Equity
Candice Antique runs marathons • Took off by herself in Cuba • Loves off roading • Touched Prince's hand at a concert • Did a speaking tour in Iran • Swam around a sand dune in the Indian Ocean • Taught Afro-Latino History • Took a boat ride on the Nile River • Got lost in Barcelona...on purpose • Facilitated three trainings in three states in three days • Took a bus from Uganda to Rwanda • Survived the canopy walk at Kakum National Park in Ghana...three times • Got on a rowboat in Malta and had lunch on a random island • Has performed and recorded music in 7 countries making music with local artists• Was interviewed on International TV broadcast all over the Middle East and Africa • Was the artist in residence for the International Congress on Critical Pedagogy & Transformative Leadership at the University of Malta • Received the Distinguished graduate student award • Collects owl and pineapples figurines • Was named a Woman to Watch by KQED in 2017• Wrote a song for UNESCO's Women in Africa curriculum • Lead singer of beat boxing combo Antique Naked Soul • Loves vintage clothing • 2017 Cubena McClure Arts and Culture Award recipient• Co-wrote a hip hop seder for the Contemporary Jewish Museum • Has been married for 7 years • Is the mother of 2 boys. Candice Antique is the founder and CEO of Edutainment for Equity, a consulting and arts production company. She holds a Masters in Education from San Francisco State University and a Bachelors in Sociology from UC Berkeley. She has 23 years of experience in the field of education, specializing in equity & social justice. She is an international singer/songwriter who produces music to deepen the dialogue on equity & inclusion.
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