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Keynote & Roundtable Panafest 2021Colloquium: The Legacy & Significance of Dr. John Henrik Clarke by Nana K. Nketsia V. Response by Dr. Leonard Jeffries. Other major session speakers include: Drs. Ife Williams, Esi Sutherland-Addy, Kwadwo Opoku-Agyemang among others.

AHSA hosted its 52nd annual conference in July-Aug, 2021 and was a partner for PANAFEST and the 2021 PANAFEST Three (3) day Colloquium in Ghana. The Pan African Festival (PANAFEST) Foundation, AHSA and University of Cape Coast met virtually and on ground to explore issues affecting the Black Family, Youth, Pan Africanism and African liberation. This video captures a keynote discussion on the significance and legacy of historian, Pan Africanist and Jegna Dr. John Henrik Clarke. His importance in shaping African history, identity, culture knowledge production are highlighted and leader in institutional building, including that of the African Heritage Studies Association (AHSA). Following the keynote, Drs Leonard Jeffries, Ife Williams, Esi Sutherland-Addy, Kwadwo Opoku-Agyemang and others address the future of Panafest Colloquium, moderator: Ms. Angela Afrah Appiah. Visit www.ahsa50.org for more info on Dr. Clarke and AHSA.

AHSA hosted its 52nd annual conference in July-Aug, 2021 and was a partner for PANAFEST Three (3) day Colloquium 2021 in Ghana. The Pan African Festival (PANAFEST) Foundation, AHSA and University of Cape Coast met virtually and on ground to explore issues affecting the Black Family, Youth, Pan Africanism and African liberation. This session will highlight the intergenerational transmission of mission and purpose to advance Africana/Kemetic studies and how it can be used to develop leadership and sustain our people. AHSA highlights Atlantis Browder as a model youth central to AHSA’s future and teaching other youths the significance of cultural work and the intergenerational learning and teaching of ancient Kemetic historical knowledge for liberation.

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⁣UNSUNG LEGACY featuring Ɔbenfo Ọbádélé Kambon

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⁣Gandhi and racist india exposed

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The classical origins of Pan Afrikanism and Dikenga Consciousness Global KMT
Presentation by Dr. Obadele Kambon
#PanAfricanism #PALC #UnitedStatesOfAfrica #PanAfricanLeadershipCenter

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⁣3 Year old Kwaku doing Capoeira with his Baba, Dr. Kambon

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BlaXit Interview: Chiefs Obadele Kambon+Foday Mansaray~Akanman/Oduduwa+Manden/Senegambia~09.05.20

Chief Foday Ajamu Mansaray joined a dynamic conversation with Okunini Obadele Kambon to discuss Pan-Africanism, repatriating to Africa with the right mindset, collaboration between Africans in the diaspora and those on the continent and much more.
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The classical origins of Pan Afrikanism and Dikenga Consciousness Global KMT
Presentation by Dr. Obadele Kambon
#PanAfricanism #PALC #UnitedStatesOfAfrica #PanAfricanLeadershipCenter

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⁣Part 22: Kambon Kantanka Conversations: Your Health, Your real wealth stolen by stealth

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⁣Part 20: Kambon Kantanka Conversations: Financing Black Liberation and avoiding krakkka funding

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Join us in the fourth episode of the African History Month Conference as we dive deeper into Pan Africanism and Decolonization of Africa.
Its clear that even after many African countries attaining political independence ,they lack economic independence coupled with increasing foreign interference in African affairs by western powers most of whom divided Africa amongst themselves during the Berlin Conference 1885-1886
The Berlin Conference: Regulated the partitioning of Africa among fourteen European countries and the United States. Scramble for Africa: The period between 1885 and 1910, during which European countries were competing for control of Africa's territories motivated by the desire to insatiable hunger for Africa's natural wealth.
We are extremely honored to host exciting panelists and guests in this event!
What do you understand by the term ''Pan Africanism "' and Decolonization of Africa?''
#AfricanHistoryMonth #AHM #UnitedStatesOfAfrica

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⁣VACCINE HESITANCY AND GHANA’S COLONIAL PAST feat Okunini Ọbádélé Kambon

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The Council of Independent Black Institutions (CIBI) was founded in 1972 and grew out of the 1960’s radical era of the Black Power Movement and social unrest against the injustices suffered by our people in this country. In the 1960s and 1970s, Black parents refused to allow their children to be educated in a system that didn't teach to their humanity, historical truth, or social reality. These parents formed independent Black institutions, often from basements, living rooms, and lawn chairs before acquiring buildings, later forming The Council of Independent Black Institutions. The African-Centered education movement has today spread to both public and charter schools, and CIBI and CIBI affiliated scholars have remained the vanguard of this movement.

People of African decent in American have historically suffered from a crisis of identity, miseducation, and an anti-socialization that leaves our people without the ability to institution-build and develop sovereignty for our own best interest. CIBI and other African-Centered independent/sovereign schools represent a success, and should be celebrated.

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⁣Self-Love vs Self-Hatred

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⁣The Gwalla in retrospect: An historical account of Bagao in Navrongo and
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