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Pins tagged with: Education

12. 06. 23:14h
King Njoya of the Bamum people teaches his people Shumom, the writing system he created in 1896, Cameroun.
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12. 22. 21:00h
MNM presents a powerful documentary about the history and Islamic legacy of West Africa. "The Legend of Timbuktu" tells about the empires of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai, who became the first Sub Saharan people to accept Islam, early as 850 A.D.. From great Muslim African leaders like Mansa Musa, who raised Timbuktu to new heights, to Abubakari II, who crossed the Atlantic Ocean to America nearly 200 years before Cristopher Columbus - this critically acclaimed documentary explores African history like never before.
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12. 23. , 18:10 , Tuesday
BLACK HISTORY CHANNEL
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01. 04. , 17:19 , Sunday
The intent of Pan-Afrikan education is to aide in the decolonization process of the Afrikan Mind. To destroy all illusion created to keep us pacified, quite, dumb about our conditions. Its either Pan-Afrikanism or Parish!
01. 07. 11:04h
Over more than two centuries men, women, and children escaped from slavery to make the Southern wilderness their home. They hid in the mountains of Virginia and the low swamps of South Carolina; they stayed in the neighborhood or paddled their way to secluded places; they buried themselves underground or built comfortable settlements. Known as maroons, they lived on their own or set up communities in swamps or other areas where they were not likely to be discovered.
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01. 21. 01:06h
Was the Ark taken to Ethiopia? research series
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02. 03. 05:41h
A US based Kenyan woman has started a new Preparatory school in Kennesaw, Georgia, about 25 Kilometers West of the city of Atlanta. Princeton Preparatory school, which is a Montessori-style institution, welcomes its first batch of pupils on Monday. The proprietor, Ms Faith Wangunyu, told the Nation that she had to work multiple jobs to raise the start-up capital required to start the school. “I had to raise at least US $50,000 as start-up capital. I didn’t receive a penny in outside aid from anyone,” she said adding; “I’ve worked as an emissions inspector, a night auditor at a hotel, a nursing aide, you name it,” said the 31 year old entrepreneur. A third year student of International Affairs at Kennesaw State University, Wangunyu says her efforts have finally borne some fruits. “I am very grateful to my family for encouraging me even when I felt like giving up,” she said. She spoke during the ribbon cutting ceremony at the school last Saturday, which was attended by the Mayor of Kennesaw city, Mr Mark Mathews, a number of other city officials, parents and well wishers. The mayor paid tribute to Ms Wangunyu and thanked her for choosing the city of Kennesaw as the school’s location.
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