Many institutions are sending end-of-year mailings soliciting funds for their cause. In our midst is the greatest cause who was not afraid to speak and share knowledge, truth, OUR STORY – SAIS (Egypt -- KMT). Fund raising for Dr. Ben is the least that can be done on his behalf.
Dr. Ben’s birthday is just around the corner, December 31st. Let’s celebrate our tremendous and powerful teacher by sending financial donations in Dr. Ben’s honor! As an outgoing indivi
We still have in our midst a great pillar standing. He, (Dr. Ben) has written numerous books that have enlightened the minds of many, including white folks. He pioneered the first group tours to Egypt long before many of us were born and when it was unpopular in the black community to want anything to do with “going back to Africa”.
99% of Dr. Ben’s research and analysis, and preaching and teaching to anyone who would listen, was grossly underpaid and while in his younger years
How are you? I am a little tired but I am okay. It is a busy time for me. African-American Heritage Month or Black History Month or whatever you choose to call this time of year is very demanding, and the scholars tend to really push themselves during this time. Last weekend I lectured in Detroit and Chicago and right now I am in the middle of an Ohio lecture series. I am trying to get at least a few hours of sleep every night. My diet could be a lot better but I am drinking a
Runoko Rashidi Okello:
How are you? Things are okay on this end. I just spent five full days in
and around New York City. I gave lectures in Harlem, Newark, Brooklyn, and
White Plains. All of them went well. I also visited the Metropolitan Museum
of Art, the Natural History Museum, the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the
Schomburg Library. I took some excellent photos that I hope to share with
you over the months to come. And, on Sunday afternoon, I went to the borough
of the Bron