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Peace & Light!

Peace & Light!

Greetings from Nubian Lux!

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REST IN LOVE, DR. RUNOKO RASHIDI

African Consciousness AFRICAN GLOBAL PRESENCE RUNOKO RASHIDI

REST IN LOVE, DR. RUNOKO RASHIDI

Most Beloved and Renowned author, anthropologist, researcher and historian Dr. Runoko Rashidi passed away on August 2 at the age of 66 while on tour in Egypt, his family announced in a statement. Throughout his career, Rashidi made a case for African civilizations through various initiatives including photographing African artifacts in museums and organizing global tours. Following the transition of Afrocentric scholars and historians — Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, John Clarke, Chancellor Williams and Ben-Jochannan — there were fears that the African scholarly voice will be lost.   *REST IN LOVE, BABA!      All the quotes are from his website. “Egypt is in Africa....

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Dr. Charshee McIntyre - THE EPISTEMOLOGY OF AFROCENTRICITY.

Dr. Charshee McIntyre - THE EPISTEMOLOGY OF AFROCENTRICITY.

Dr. Charshee McIntyre at the AHSA Conference plenary session on September 5, 1991. The title of her presentation ...THE EPISTEMOLOGY OF AFROCENTRICITY.

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The Truth about EASTER

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The Truth about EASTER

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Dr. John Henrik Clarke - A Great And Mighty Walk (1996)

Controversial scholar and activist John Henrik Clarke first appeared on the Harlem scene in the 1930's. He was an advisor to Kwame Nrumah, the first president of Ghana, a confidant of Malcolm X in the 1960s and evolved as the leading proponent of an Afrocentric view of history and culture. A vocal critic of Eurocentric education, Clarke designed the Black and Puerto Rican Studies program at the City University of New York and until his retirement was an influential professor at Hunter College. Clarke continues to stir heated debate in and outside the African-American community for his Pan-African ideology, his...

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