Scholar, Dr. Runoko
Rashidi presents in
When: Saturday afternoon
January 7, 2012
TOPIC: "Black Star: The African
Presence in Early Europe"
|THE GLOBAL AFRICAN PRESENCE
|RUNOKO RASHIDI AT UWI MONA IN
The Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Work, the
Institute of Gender and Development Studies, U.W.I. Mona Campus, in
collaboration with IRIE FM
A Special Lecture Presentation on The Global African Presence by
Renowned Egyptologist and African Historian
Dr. Runoko Rashidi
Date: Tuesday, 16th August, 2011
Time: 6:00pm- 8:00pm
Venue: Neville Hall Lecture Theatre One (N-1)
U.W.I. Mona Campus, Kingston
For more information phone Dr. Michael Barnett, Dept of Sociology,
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|RUNOKO RASHIDI'S ONLINE WORKSHOP
Dr. Runoko Rashidi's The Global African Presence Online: Early Asia
and Europe. To enroll, please visit:
http://www.abibitumikasa.com/runoko.php The Global African
Presence Online Workshop--the AFRICAN PRESENCE IN EARLY ASIA
AND EUROPE July 1 through July 3, 2011 Friday July 1--African
Presence in Asia at 9:00 pm Eastern Standard Time Saturday July
2--African Presence in Early Europe at 11:00 am Eastern Standard Time
Sunday 3--Both workshops--African Presence in Early Asia and African
Presence in Early Europe--repeated at 10:00 am Eastern Standard Time
Location: Abibitumi Kasa Member Classroom
Taught by: Dr. Runoko Rashidi Organized by: Obadele Kwame Kambon $35.00 for
one workshop. $50.00 for both. To pay for only one workshop, use the coupon code
"runoko" all lowercase and without quotation marks during the checkout process.
Register Now for this unique and exciting workshop!!! THE GLOBAL AFRICAN
PRESENCE: A NEW COURSE BY RUNOKO RASHIDI COURSE DESCRIPTION The
African Presence in Early Asia and Early Europe, a new online workshop by Runoko
Rashidi, focuses on African people around parts of the world where their presence
is significant but little know. It examines the African origins and evolution of
humanity, the African presence in classical civilizations, and Africans and people of
African descent who distinguished themselves against all odds. In these
workshops we will be using the words African and Black interchangeably, as
This includes Africans as the first modern humans, the subsequent migrations and
movements of African people out of Africa and the later involuntary scattering of
African people around the world as the result of enslavement. In the workshop on
the African Presence in Early Asia we will look at African people as the Aboriginal
people of Asia. We will look at the African presence in classical Asian civilizations.
We will look at Black populations such as the Dravidians of India, the Khmers of
Cambodia, and the Agta of the Philippines.
In the workshop on Europe we will look at Africans as the first humans in Europe,
Africans in Greek mythology, Africans in the Roman World, the Moors, Black
Madonnas, Black Saints, Black Knights, and individual African men of distinction.
Each workshop will feature sixty of Runoko Rashidi's finest photographs.
Recommended readings are African Presence in Early Asia edited by Runoko
Rashidi and African Presence in Early Europe edited by Ivan Van Sertima.
The length of each workshop is two hours To access the online member
classroom, you must register for the Abibitumi Kasa site at
http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/register.php You'll need to do this if you
don't have an account already. If you already have an account at the site, login at this
link: http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/login.php From there click on the link to
member classroom on any page at the site at class time or visit the link to the
member classroom here directly at
http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/chat/flashchat.php Learn to hook up your
audio and/or webcam for class and more at:
Please contact Runoko Rashidi @ firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or
concerns prior to class
Dr Runoko Rashidi
The Global African Presence
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|TRIBUTE TO JOHN HENRIK CLARKE
Sunday, July 29, 2012; 3:30pm until 6:30pm in EDT
On Sunday July 29th at 3:30 PM , B.E.P.A.A.,The Board For the
Education of People of African Ancestry will host its 14th Annual Tribute
to Dr. John Henrik Clarke. "The Keynote Address "Our African Compass
in 2012" will be delivered by African Cultural Scientist, Runoko Rashidi.
The title is a reference to Dr. Clarkes often quoted remark that "History
is a clock that people use to tell their political and cultural time of the
day. It is also a compass that people use to find themselves on the map
of human geography."
Rashidi will be joined by Master Educator Adelaide Sanford and Political
Warrior NYC Councilman Charles Barron and Political Prisoner/ POW
activist Dequi Kioni Sadiki. Sadiki with Mani Gilyard co-chairs the The
Malcolm X Commemoration Committee. Veteran Broadcaster Bernard
White will MC the program. The Event will
be held at Nazarene Congregational Church UCC pastored by
Reverend Conrad Tillard and located at 506 McDonough St. Brooklyn
New York 11233.
Admission is Free.
For further information call 347-907-0629
Nazarene Congregational Church
506 MacDonough Street, Brooklyn, New York 11233
ADMISSION IS FREE!!!
|55th International UNIA-ACL Convention in Atlanta, Georgia
A Hundred Years
of Marcus Garvey
|UNIA-ACL Traveling Ambassador, Dr. Runoko Rashidi
Address the Black Government Convention with Government Officials Minister of
Education - Shaka Baraka and Council General - I-Nia Rogers near by.