- Dr. Molefi Kete Asante, “Africans in Christian and Islamic Narratives: The Source of Historical Confusion,” Sunday, August 30, 2015. 4 PM – 6PM. The most published African American scholar takes on the images and ideas of Africans in the history of these two religions.
- Dr. Abdelgamaar Adam, “American Policies and the Sudanese Issue: Revisiting Darfur” Saturday, September 5, 2015. 5 PM – 7PM. One of the most knowledgeable Darfurian activists challenges Americans to continue the vigilance for the African people of Darfur
- Dr. Patricia Reid-Merritt, “Saving Our Children Through Culture: Afro-One as an Example,” Sunday, September 13, 2015. 4 PM – 6PM. Distinguished Professor of Richard Stockton College and the founder of Afro-One Dance and Cultural Group demonstrates how culture can help us save our children.
- Dr. Susan Goodwin, “What Black Parents Ought to Know about Schools Where They Send Their Children,” Saturday, September 19, 2015. 5 PM- 7PM. One of the foremost educators of urban children, Dr. Goodwin has been the director of the famous Rochester Teachers Institute for many years and during that time has written and published many books on curriculum for African American children.
- Godfrey Sithole, “Gugulethu 7: The Revolution is Not Finished,” Saturday, October 10, 2015. 5 PM – 7PM. The leader of the ANC chapter for Philadelphia who is a major defender of the liberation of African people discusses whether or not South Africa is truly on the road to freedom.
- Dr. Ray Hagins, “The Dangers of Religion: Seeking Maat in our Lives,” Friday, October 23, 2015. 6 PM – 8PM. Supreme Chief, Paramount King of the Afrikan Village, the provocative and brilliant interpreter of the times, Ray Hagins, brings his views to our audiences.
- Dr. Ama Mazama, “Afrocentricity International and the Overthrow of Aggressive Symbols in our Minds,” Sunday, November 8, 2015. 4 PM – 6PM. The Per-aat of Afrocentricity International, major theorist of Afrocentricity, African Mambo, and professor of Africology, takes on the activist task of overthrowing the media, educational, and negative images of Africans.
- Dr. Kimani Nehusi and Dr. Molefi Kete Asante, ciKam (Mdw Ntr) Workshop. Saturdays, November 14 & 21, 2015. 10 AM - 4 PM each session.
Pre Kwanzaa Celebration, Saturday, December 5, 2015. 5 PM – 7PM. Come join with the MKA Institute in learning about Kwanzaa, participating in a Pre-Kwanzaa program, and sharing narratives of victory in African and African American life. Bring your children.
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