We Made It, Jay Elect and Young Hov, God Hop, Sol Messiah. My article on Afro-Kemetic context of God Hop, http://media.wix.com/ugd/68c269_5d4f57d5f8a94053918ae437ae175c3e.pdf (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
Raising Mount Kilimanjaro from its roots… Oh, my bad… my earliest HUMAN memory. That would be riding in a car at night on a family trip to visit my cousins in Virginia. I had to have been about 3 years old.
With my brother, Dr. Mario Beatty March, 2012, NCBS, Atlanta. Dr. Beatty was about to present on his research into Martin R. Delany’s contributions to Kemetology and Africana Studies. [Click the image to read Dr. Beatty’s work]
Nigeria’s economy is Africa’s largest, but how is it performing for its citizenry and African neighboring nations? Issues of corruption prevent this and other African nations’ rise to autonomy. Nigeria is Africa’s biggest economy
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Interesting survey of recent reports on the number of people covered under Pres. Obama’s Affordable Care Act (ACA). There have been a lot of Obamacare enrollment numbers flying around in the past week. Which ones are accurate? Which ones should you trust? Vox is here to break it down. How many people have insurance becauseContinue reading “How many people have insurance because of Obamacare?”
Israeli archaeologists have unearthed a rare sarcophagus featuring a s lender face and a scarab ring inscribed with the name of an Egyptian pharaoh, Israel’s Antiquities Authority said Wednesday. The mystery man whose skeleton was found inside the sarcophagus was most likely a local Canaanite official in the service of ancient Egypt, Israeli archaeologists believe,Continue reading “Further evidence of Afro-Kemetic empire in Levant”
2014’s Walter Rodney Symposium featured scholar-activist giants including Ngugi wa Thiongo, Robert “Bobby” Hill, Patricia Rodney and many other younger scholars.
A page dedicated to extending the dialog on Nile Valley Studies and the Nile Valley Conferences (1984 and 2011).