Family, it is with our most sincere and deepest regret that the family of Dr. Runoko Rashidi announced the sad news that he has transitioned into the ancestral realm on today, August 2nd, 2021. He was on tour in Kmt,… Continue Reading
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Greetings Family. Dr. Rashidi is making a special request for someone very special to him. Please read this: “Our sister, my sister, Althea Cooper is a little down right now. Nobody works harder than Sister Althea and she never asks… Continue Reading
(Updated Itinerary!) Dr. Runoko Rashidi, Historian & Lecturer Annual Tour to Egypt (KMT) July 31 – August 13, 2021 DAY 1: Saturday, Jul 31, 2021 – Departure Depart New York Kennedy airport via Egypt Air flight 986 at DEPART… Continue Reading
Family, I finally got an ample supply of my new book. It was just published in January 2020. It is an art/photo book of my collection from museums around the world. It is 200 of my best photos, all full… Continue Reading
This video was compiled by our dear brother, Danny Michaels, in honor of Dr. Rashidi’s and his years of tireless work documenting the Global African Presence. Thank you Brother Danny, and thank you Dr. Rashidi! Learn and enjoy!
QUEENS OF THE NILE AND WOMEN OF POWER SCROLL GREAT QUEENS AND NOBLE WOMEN OF THE ANCIENT KINGDOMS OF THE NILE VALLEY IN AFRICA A NEW EDUCATIONAL AND INSPIRATIONAL PRODUCT BY RUNOKO RASHIDI AND ENOCH HANKERSON! NINE INCHES BY TWENTY-FOUR… Continue Reading
My new book is out! It is a photo book of sixty pages and showcases forty of my best pictures from 28 museums around the world. You can purchase the work–Black and Beautiful in the Ancient World–via Paypal. Pay to… Continue Reading
In memory of Dr. Ivan Van Sertima (1935-2009) This is a magnificent new work by Runoko Rashidi compiled with the assistance of Enoch Hankerson. For the first time all twenty of the Olmec heads of Mexico are shown in both… Continue Reading
Runoko Rashidi: The Man On A Global Journey In Search Of The African Presence Face2Face Africa. Article by Michael Eli Dokosi, Staff Writer