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Join Iya Adjua, The Culture Rebel and Brother Kwame Piankhi, scholar activist and Afrikan connector! Brother Piankhi is a trained engineer who has volunteered in Chicago as a tutor at the Center for Inner City Studies after-school program and in Detroit's Public School’s Malcolm X academy. He was also member of Nsoroma Institute's "Babas’ Club." Nsoroma Institute was an African-centered charter school and the "Babas’ Club" conducted the Rites of Passage program for young boys transitioning into puberty. In the Rites of Passage program Bro Piankhi taught the boys on the principles of Ma’at in addition to introducing them to the concepts of solar energy, where they made solar cookers. He has also helped to set up a Saturday academy primarily intended for Black students in the public school system where his children currently attend. Kwame Piankhi has been one of the panelists on LIB radio’s “The Falcon Forum” since 2008. He is currently a member of ASCAC and also studies Mdw Ntr having been trained by Bonotchi Montgomery and Rkhty Amen.
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