In this episode of EGUA - Marketplace our guest is Njideka Karmo, Director of Fawohodie Sua! Pan-Afrikan Educational Online Co-Op Classes.
From the Fawohodie Sua website (www.fawohodieonlineclasses.com):
"...Mekyea mo (Imiknonzo, Hamjambo, Greetings) Afrikan Parents and Independent Educators! Akwaaba (Welcome) to the Fawohodie Sua! Educational Online Co-op Classes. "Fawohodie" is from the Twi language of the Akan People in Ghana, West Afrika, and it means- "independence, liberation". "Sua", also Twi, translates to "Learn, to learn". With the (online) Akoko Nan Homeschool Resource Center, founded by Mama Mawusi Ashshakir, up and running, this provided an online home-base with which our co-op classes were created and launched by Mama Njideka Karmo in 2012. It's early and current objectives were to link like-minded Afrikan-centered families together who could come together from any part of the world and educate their children by their shared values and on their own terms..."
Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan
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Akwamu Nation in North America
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