A conversation with Sis Mayimuna (C. Smith-Brown) and Bro. Harold (Asar Imhotep) on the journey of African-Americans from the coast of West Africa to America.
Sis Mayimuna is a Historian and Genealogical Researcher. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History focused on Afrika, the Caribbean, and the Americas with a minor in Political Science. During her undergraduate studies in 2005 she was awarded the Roscoe E. Leonard History Department Award. In 2007 she received the Master of Arts degree in Social Science with a concentration in History. see more on her @http://www.labaobobgriot2005.com/
Bro. Harold is a computer programmer and Africana researcher from Houston, TX whose research focus is the cultural, linguistic and philosophical links between the Ancient Egyptian civilizations and modern BaNtu cultures of central and South Africa. He is the founder of the MOCHA-Versity Institute of Philosophy and Research and the Madu-Ndela Institute for the Advancement of Science and Culture. He is also the author of The Bakala of North America, the Living Suns of Vitality: In Search for a Meaningful Name for African-Americans, Passion of the Christ or Passion of Osiris: The Kongo Origins of the Jesus Myth and Ogun, and African Fire Philosophy and the Meaning of KMT. see more on him @http://www.asarimhotep.com/ and http://www.mochasuite.com/
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