Africana Studies in the 21st Century and beyond
Promoting, defending Black Studies is a high priority, says Newark, NJ educator Doshon Farad
The Importance of Egypt to The African Mind
Dennis Boatwright interviews on WBAI FM 99.5 exposing the ignorance of Dr. Hawass.
Famed Egyptian archaeologist travels to U.S. to promote 'Not by Africans' tour
Former Minister of Egyptian Antiquities, Dr. Zahi Hawass, is the superstar of a growing movement whose main mission is to erase people of African descent from their pioneering role in ancient Egypt.
An Analysis of New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy's Position on AP African American Studies and the Struggle for the Soul of Black History
“unlike some other states in America that are going against telling the complete African American story including of slavery and oppression, New Jersey is going the other way. We’re not the political ones here. We’ve got to tell the whole story of our country whether we like it or not, whether you like it or not.”
AP African American Studies: An Old Battle for the Soul of Black History
Governor DeSantis’ effort to suppress aspects of AP African American history is just the tip of the iceberg.
African Americans losing hard-won gains to ever-increasing minority groups
Non-African American groups claiming 'minority' recognition to cash in on funds earmarked for Blacks
HAPI City Tour offers unique perspectives on Nile Valley Civilization
HAPI City Tours feed a growing appetite for African-centered knowledge throughout U.S.
Black owned bookstores thrive despite Amazon.com controlling 50% of online shopping
Nandi’s Knowledge Café attracts others who just want to get a bite to eat while listening to soothing jazz music in the background.
Biden's Build Back Better plan excludes HBCUs
Each of the top 25 predominately white universities have annual endowments larger than all the endowments of HBCUs combined.