Listen to The African History Network Show with host Michael Imhotep, Thursday, March 6th, 8:00pm-11:00pm EST.
In our Power of Media Segment – Lupita Nyongo, the breakout star of “12 Years A Slave” talked about growing up dark skinned and how she felt inferior but has grown to love her dark skin. She has been recently attacked by the creator of a skin bleaching creame called “Whitencisous”.
In our Scholar Warrior Segment – We’ll talk about the 31st Annual Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations Confernce (ASCAC) which is taking place, Thur. March 13th – Sun. March 16th at Essex County College, 303 University Ave., Newark, New Jersey. Visit www.ASCACfoundation.org for more information. Be sure to visit the vendor table of The African History Network and Michael Imhotep.
In our Everyday Hero Segment - We’ll discuss a story that deals with how the knowledge of African History can change the way people feel about themselves and treat each other. There is an area of East New York, Brooklyn that has gone for a year with no shootings because of teaching Africna History.
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