EEUU: Molefi Kete Asante Institute Spring 2013 Calendar



5535 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19144 Phone: 215/882-9200 
www.mkainstitute.com   info@mkainstitute.com 

April 2013
(April 5) 7:30-9:00: AI Ambit Informational Meeting
(April 13) Documentary Screening “Yaa Asantewaa: Warrior Queen”
Hezekiah Lewis, Assistant Professor/Writer/Director, Villanova University
Saturday 6 – 7:30 PM. Donation
(April 19) 7:30-9:00: AI Ambit Informational Meeting
(April 21) PBS Documentary, “Slavery by Another Name”
AI Philadelphia Chapter
Sunday 5 – 7 PM. Donation
(April 27) Gun Control Forum - “How do Gun Control Laws Affect the African Community?”
Panel Discussion. AI Philadelphia Chapter
Saturday 5 – 7 PM. Donation.
(April 28) Closing of Art Exhibition
Ife Nii Owoo
Sunday 3 – 5 PM. Free

May 2013
(May 2) 7:30-9:00: AI Ambit Informational Meeting
(May 3) “Who are We? Genealogical Questions in the Black World”
Charles Blockson, Historian, Writer, Lecturer
Friday 6 – 7:30 PM. Donation
(May 4) “President Barack Obama and African Foreign Policy: What’s Left on the Table?”
Dr. Molefi Kete Asante, President MKA Institute
Saturday 6 – 7:30 PM. Donation
(May 11) “Homeschooling as a Viable and Growing Educational Option for Black People”
Dr. Ama Mazama, Peraa, Afrocentricity International (AI Headquarters-sponsored event)
Saturday 6 – 7:30 PM. Donation
(May 16) 7:30-9:00: AI Ambit Informational Meeting
(May 18-19) “Afrocentricity and African Resurgence” Conference presented by Afrocentricity International to be
held at Imhotep Institute Charter School
Friday and Saturday. Registration and information www.afrocentricityinternational.org
(May 25) Molefi Kete Asante Institute High School Scholars Recognition Program
Scholarship award event
Saturday 5 – 7 PM. Free

June 2013
(June 15 ) “Women as Leaders: Understanding the Historical Role of African Women?”
Dr. Antwanisha Alameen, Temple University
Saturday 5 – 6:30 PM. Donation




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