21 August 2016 Family, I found the Black Madonna of Toulouse. She is officially La Vierge Noire, Notre Dame de la Daurade. It took some doing to find it. At first I went to the wrong church. But after some… Continue Reading
The Role of Women in Kemet: Representing Power and Divinity Article contributed by: kemetexpert.com
Dr. George Washington Williams, one of the first great African-American historians, through the Internet and film, has recently been brought back to our attention. Dr. Williams, a man generally credited as the first African-American to write a “scholarly general history”… Continue Reading
NEW START DATE – FRIDAY, JUNE 24 Family, beginning Friday evening June 24 I will begin my Summer 2016 Facebook course. It is called Fundamentals in African History with Runoko Rashidi. All are welcome. The classes, taught through text, photos… Continue Reading
On July 10, 2015, Dr. Runoko Rashidi led a tour of the seven Colossal Olmec Heads and other exhibits at the Museo de Antropología (Museum of Anthropology), in Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico.
ABRAHAM HANIBAL, PRINCE OF LOGONE, PUSHKIN’S AFRICAN ANCESTOR by Dieudonne Gnammankou. RUNOKO RASHIDI, a leading African-American historian of Black history writes: “One of the best things that has happened of late in the world of African literature relating to… Continue Reading
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THE WORLD THROUGH AFRICAN EYES–AN ONLINE COURSE AND STUDY GROUP BY RUNOKO RASHIIDI 12 November 2015 THE WORLD THROUGH AFRICAN EYES is an online course and an attempt to begin to actually formalize an online study group for African history… Continue Reading
THE REVOLT OF THE BLACKS By Runoko Rashidi* The subject of African bondage anywhere is one of the most sensitive historical issues to be discussed, and all to often it is asserted that most, if not all, of the great… Continue Reading
THE WALTERS ART MUSEUM IN BALTIMORE 600 North Charles Street In the Mount Vernon Cultural District Thursday evening December 3, 2015 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm Meet inside the main lobby of the museum at 6:15 pm.… Continue Reading