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Week 3: Professor Manu Ampim 8/13/20 - Social Organization

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SEMINAR TITLE: “Black People in the Biblical Lands of Kush andEgypt & Their Contributions to the World.”

3) Ancient African contributions in Social Organization – August 13th"Social Organization & Female Rulers." Article written by Professor Manu on the misleading Queen Hatshepsut exhibit at the de Young Museum (SF) in 2006. https://manuampim.com/hatshepsut_exhibit06.html

Background:Presenter is Professor Manu Ampim:Prof. Manu Ampim is the director of Advancing The Research and is a noted historian and scholar specializing in Africana Studies. He has conducted primary (first-hand) research in nearly two dozen countries over the past 30 years, and is the author of numerous scholarly articles and several books, including his latest work, A History of African Civilizations (2019). Prof. Ampim is also a tenured professor at Contra Costa College (San Pablo, CA) and Chair of the History, Anthropology, and Geography Department. In addition, he has facilitated various workshops throughout North America, and has worked with several renowned scholars.Week 1 Resources document that Professor Ampim compiled to help support the attendees of the class last week and to further answer the main questions that were raised. I noted in the Bibliography that my book, A History of African Civilizations ($24.95), is the most relevant source for the 6-week seminar and can be ordered below.https://advancingtheresearch.o....rg/product/a-history This Seminar is part of the Brother-to-Brother Education SeriesHosted by the Brother-to-Brother Grouphttps://www.brother-to-brother.org/

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