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This film will answer the fundamental question “How can we raise more black scholars with the 21st century education issues that black children face?” "Raising A Black Scholar" will be a blueprint to excellence for black children. To subscribe to The Dr Boyce Watkins show, text the word boyce to 31996. For more information, please visit 🤍BoyceWatkins.com. You can see where Dr Watkins is appearing in tour by visiting TheDrBoyceWatkinsTour.com. You can join Dr Watkins wealth-building program for children by visiting BlackMillionairesOfTomorrow.com
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Following hearing my white American professor say 'negro' in a UK classroom, this talk suggests using decolonised language in academic institutions, providing content warnings before presenting oppressive texts about marginalised communities, and methods to navigate ethnophaulisms. Esther Ruth Kentish, is an award-winning researcher, author, and internationally-recognized book publisher. At age 21, she published her first book, The Emotional Healing Behind WORDS. She is a Houston native, with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Philosophy from The University of Texas at Arlington, a MS in Technical Communication from North Carolina State University, and currently a postgraduate in Medical Humanities at King's College London in the United Kingdom. Esther started writing poetry at age 6, partnered with the Greater Houston area Poetry Slam Team, Meta-Four Houston. She published in the World Poetry Movement, Stars in Our Hearts anthology at only 16. She has participated in various national and international poetry slam competitions and presented her research at Oxford University. Further, Esther believes her life purpose is to create social change and bring awareness to spiritual, political, and international issues by helping others produce stories about the things they see around them. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
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From groundbreaking scientific discoveries to literary and social works, their contributions have shaped our understanding of the world and paved the way for future generations. Get ready to be inspired as we explore the remarkable journeys of six incredible Black scholars and the remarkable impact they have made on the world. Cornel West Thomas Sowell Katherine Johnson Barack Obama Gladys West Neil deGrasse Tyson Welcome to "Shades of Greatness," the ultimate destination celebrating black brilliance and greatness across various spheres of life. Our channel is dedicated to shining a spotlight on the remarkable achievements, talents, and contributions of the black community. Subscribe to our channel and be part of the vibrant community dedicated to celebrating and uplifting the diverse shades of black greatness that make our world brighter #blackculture #blackbrilliance #africa
For the full interview with Adolph Reed, click here 🤍 In his return to Useful Idiots, professor emeritus of political science at the University of Pennsylvania, editor of Nonsite (🤍 & Adolph Reed explains why Robin DiAngelo and "White Fragility" are so "problematic." In addition to reacting to particular passages from DiAngelo's new book, "Nice Racism," Reed shares stories from The Civil Rights Movement, labor history and, while he's at it, defines "racism." Reed attacks a certain brand of mcWokery which doesn't ignore class or undermines class consciousness but sabotages the kinds of universal programs which disproportionately benefit Black people: “Both the discursive and institutional have emerged around a systemic disposition to find ways to evade talking about class and economic inequality [so that] it just grows in that dark environment with other fungi and so forth and so on.” It’s an important episode which also turns out to be surprisingly funny, for a discussion about anti-bias corporate training literature. Here’s what else you’ll get: –Katie Halper’s NBA Finals Predictions –Poor Saudi Arabia tries to defend itself against Yemeni children –Biden and Republicans finally find a chastity belt for their mouths –And of course, it sucks to Zuck It’s all this, and more, on this week’s episode of Useful Idiots. Check it out and stand by for our Substack only section in which Reed talks about what so-called anti-racists have in common with white supremacists.
A petition launched on the first day of Black History Month seeks a posthumous presidential pardon of Black revolutionary leader Marcus Garvey. Nkechi Taifa, President of the Reparation Education Project, joins BNC host Del Walters to speak about Garvey’s ideas and the movement if Biden denies the pardon. All of this and more on “DC Today.” To watch BNC programming, visit 🤍 Follow BNC on social media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #MarcusGarvey #BlackHistoryMonth #Reparations
The Black Scholars Matter Program at CSUN showed seniors from Taft Charter and Alexander Hamilton High school around the campus on Nov. 9. Led by current BSM CSUN students, they highlighted clubs, organizations, and Greek life aimed towards achieving Black Excellence.
In this video we dive into the life and work of a great African scholar, that is, Cheikh Anta Diop. Who was he? What did he do? If you want to find out, WATCH THE VIDEO. References Most of what my video is based about is from a brilliant documentary on Cheikh Anta Diop in French with interviews from Cheikh Anta, his family members and close friends that you can find here: Portrait de Cheikh Anta Diop - YouTube (🤍 Cheikh Anta Diop interview with English translation: 🤍 Cheikh Anta’s Wikipedia page, although it does not do him justice, but it gives descent basic info: 🤍 Theophile Obenga on Cheikh Anta Diop: 🤍 Cheikh Anta’s Niamey Conference: 🤍 Cheikh Anta Diop in Guadeloupe: 🤍 General History of Africa Volume II, here: 🤍 Diop’s Books can all be found on Amazon: - The African Origin of civilization, myth or reality - Precolonial Black Africa - The Cultural Unity of Black Africa - Civilization or Barbarism, an Authentic Anthropology The music use in this video is "Raining Outside" by Lukre
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Last month San Diego State renamed its East Commons mall in honor of Charles Bell, a mathematician and the first tenured black faculty member at SDSU.
"I only debate with equals. All others I teach" John Henrik Clarke. Legendary discussion between Dr. John Henrik Clarke, Dr. Martin Gardiner Bernal (Black Athena), Professor Mary Lefkowitz (Not Out Of Africa) and Guy MacLean Rogers (Black Athena Revisited), moderated by Utrice Leid, They debate the Origins and Foundations of Western Civilization. Does Africa, Asia or Ancient Greece supply the foundation of the world we live in today? From The Out of The Woods Collection. Shared for Historical Reference. Feel free to like/comment/subscribe. ##### Reelblack's mission is to educate, elevate, entertain, enlighten, and empower through Black film. If there is content shared on this platform that you feel infringes on your intellectual property, please email me at Reelblack🤍mail.com and info🤍reelblack.com with details and it will be promptly removed.
Over a decade ago, University of Rhode Island Black faculty members established the Black Scholar Awards Program. In the University's history, it was the first and only awards program founded with the primary objective to acknowledge the diverse achievements and contributions of students of African descent. The program has recognized hundreds of students who have made outstanding contributions to the university, state, and nation. It has become the type of vehicle for alumni support that the founders envisioned at its inception. The event offers a rare opportunity for faculty, staff, students, alumni, community leaders, family, friends, and other colleagues to recognize student accomplishments in the areas of community service, university service, athletics, leadership, arts, science, research, and scholarship. Help us caption & translate this video! 🤍
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The Black Scholar (TBS) is one of the oldest and most influential journals of Black thinking and culture in the United States. Founded in 1969 it continued successfully until it's refurbishing in 2012 with a new team. Please visit our website for more information: theblackscholar.org
On Wednesday, March 3, 2021 the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) presented the latest event in its Humanistic Knowledge in the 21st Century series, “Forward-Looking Philanthropy: A Virtual Conversation Among Funders and Black Scholars.” The discussion was moderated by Richard J. Powell, Professor of Art and Art History at Duke University and ACLS Board Member. The featured panelists were: Kal Alston, Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Syracuse University Brandi C. Brimmer, Associate Professor of History, Spelman College Andrew Delbanco, President of the Teagle Foundation Adam F. Falk, President of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Dorie Gilbert, Dean of Arts & Sciences and Dean of Graduate Studies, Prairie View A&M University Dwight A. McBride, President of the New School Na'ilah Suad Nasir, President of the Spencer Foundation
Black Scholars Matter Are you a Black student who is passionate about advancing racial equity and Black culture at CSUN? If so, then Black Scholars Matter (BSM) is the program for you! BSM is a transformative college program that provides Black students with essential resources, education, holistic support, and opportunities for community service. The program engages students through interactive workshops and cultural outings, and provides access to a variety of campus resources. BSM has been a game-changer for many students, providing them with a support system and the tools they need to succeed in college and beyond. In this promotional video, you will learn more about BSM and how it can help you achieve your academic and personal goals. You will also hear from current BSM scholars about their experiences in the program. If you are interested in learning more about BSM, please visit our website at 🤍csun.edu/black-scholars-matter. Here are some of the benefits of being a BSM scholar: * Access to essential resources, such as tutoring, financial aid, and career counseling * Opportunities for community service and leadership development * A supportive community of Black peers and mentors * A unique and transformative college experience If you are a Black student who is passionate about advancing racial equity and Black culture at CSUN, then BSM is the program for you! Apply today and start your journey to success!
Super-rare LP by Dr. Ben ( December 31, 1918 – March 19, 2015), recorded in 1971. Liner notes: For many years, the general public and the Black Community in particular, lived in the midst of a virtual desert of non-information about ancient African history. By chance, a man or woman here and there would glimpse the dim past, discover its treasures, and understand its meaning. But today, during the period of Black Se!f-Discovery, this is changing. Today, the covers are being pulled off the past in a manner that will spark all sorts of reactions. Some will try to walk away in disbelief. Many others will find their eyes opening so wide to a new encounter with the Truth that their lives will never be the same again. Never! Your life won't be the same again either, once the needle touches these grooves. What you have in your hands is a mind blower! It is history—Black people's history, our history—revealed in rare form. Check it out for yourself: Was Moses a Black man? Did the early Christian church start in Africa? Is it true that the queen of England has African ancestors? Did Black scholars, in fact, help to create the religion of Islam? Who, indeed, first wrote and spoke the words, "Man, Know Thyself?" Check it out for yourself. The Committee for Student Rights, Inc., in response to strong public demand, produced this two-record album of a major lecture delivered by the renowned historian-philosopher, Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan. The Committee captured just a portion of the impact of Dr. Ben-Jochannan's speech before an overflow audience that day when the Truth of African people's glorious1iistory took them by surprise. . . . The speaker is an Ethiopia-born Black scholar who spent part of his early life in the West Indies. He has been a researcher into the past of the African race since the 1930's. His travels have taken him to four continents. The founder of Akebu-lan Book Publishing Company, Dr. Ben-Jochannan is the author of an impressive list of publications, including Black Man of the Nile, Africa-Mother of Western Civilization, African Origins of the Major Western Religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam), Cul-tural Genocide in the Black Studies Curriculum, We, the Black Jews, and others. He authored summary works called, "A Chronology of the Bible," and "The Black Man's North and East Africa." Herein lies a golden opportunity for you to get "turned on" to yourself in a short time. Freeing Black people means freeing yourself, and to free yourself you must take back your mind. Knowing YOUR/OUR history is the first step in this liberation process. Black Man and Black Woman: WAKE UP! Osei Yaw Akoto (Harold McKelton) ##### Reelblack's mission is to educate, elevate, entertain, enlighten, and empower through Black film. If there is content shared on this platform that you feel infringes on your intellectual property, please email me at Reelblack🤍mail.com and info🤍reelblack.com with details and it will be promptly removed.
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Learn more about Left of Black here: 🤍 There are many Black scholars whose work in the academy is not well known yet provided the intellectual support and underpinning necessary for deep archival research. Lawrence Reddick was one such man, having been the second curator of the Schomburg Collection at the New York Public Library, among other accomplishments. Host Mark Anthony Neal is joined by Dr. David A. Varel, author of “The Scholar and the Struggle: Lawrence Reddick’s Crusade for Black History and Black Power,” published by 🤍UNCPress. Learn more about Dr. Varel here: 🤍 You can purchase his book here: 🤍 Left of Black is a web series featuring interviews with Black Studies scholars created and hosted by James B. Duke Distinguished Professor of African and African American Studies Mark Anthony Neal and produced by the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute. New SEASON 12 episode every Thursday! #LEFTofBLACK #JohnHopeFranklin #BlackStudies #season12 #BlackScholar 🤍dukeuniversity 🤍FranklinHumanities
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This film will answer the fundamental question “How can we raise more black scholars with the 21st century education issues that black children face?” "Raising A Black Scholar" will be a blueprint to excellence for black children. Please visit 🤍 to learn more about the film and help support it!
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Hey everyone! I'm Jasmine. In the midst of coronavirus and recent attention towards the injustices of black people in the U.S, I decided to put together this video which highlights black scholars primarily in North Carolina who got full-ride merit scholarships to North Carolina colleges and Universities. SOCIAL MEDIA - Jasmine's Instagram: 🤍jasmineaako - Austin's Instagram: 🤍torain_a - Jamari's Instagram: 🤍jamari.tyson - Sullivan's Instagram: 🤍sullivangrace_ - Nyamï's Instagram: 🤍yaa_nyashay - Jonathan's Instagram: 🤍jonathan.chatman1 SCHOLARSHIP WEBSITES EC Scholar (ECU): 🤍 ECU Early Assurance (ECU): 🤍 Levine Scholarship (UNCC): 🤍 Joseph G Gordon Scholarship (Wake Forest): 🤍 Dowdy Scholarship (NCAT): 🤍 Cheatham-White (NCAT): 🤍 Cheatham-White (NCCU): 🤍 Chancellor's Fellow Scholarship (ECU): 🤍 Pogue Scholarship (UNC): 🤍