Honorable Marcus Garvey

“Awaking the GENIUS in Black/Afrikan American Adults and Children with Pan-Africanism and AfriKanCentered Education”

Elders of SANKOFA COUNCIL MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN
Black/Afrikan Development Psychology Focus
((Seeing Ourselves Through the Lens of Our Ancestors)

THE DISCUSSION TOPIC:
“Awaking the GENIUS in Black/Afrikan American Adults and Children with Pan-AfriKanism and AfriKanCentered Education”

Guest: Terrence Tyler – Educator and Member of Africans on the Move Community Organization
Derrick Rogers – Educational Consultant in the area of AfriKanCentered, Liberatory and Alternative Education, Retired High School PrincipaL
Host: Alfonzo Watkins

OUR ANCESTORS LEFT AFRICAN PEOPLE A GUIDE IN ORDER TO ESTABLISH A PAN-AFRICAN AGENDA!!! WHY DIDN’T AFRICAN PEOPLE IMPLEMENT THAT AGENDA?

Can a Pan-African program work effectively in 2020 and beyond? Why didn’t African people follow the Pan African vision and agenda of Edward Wilmot Blyden, Sylvester Williams, Marcus Garvey, Martin Delaney, W E B DuBois, Malcolm X, and others?

The Black Reality Think Tank will host a discussion with Brother Wayne A. Young, Publisher of a Pan African Journal entitled “Port of Harlem” (www.portofharlem.net) and Brother Alfonzo Watkins CEO of the Milwaukee African American Elders Council, a Pan African action group of community activist.

IS THE “BELOVED COMMUNITY “ ENVISIONED BY DR. KING POSSIBLE IN OUR TIME?

Dr. Martin Luther King popularized the notion of the “Beloved Community.” King envisioned the Beloved Community as a society based on justice, equal opportunity, and love of one’s fellow human beings. He warned us “if we did not learn to live together as brothers & sisters we would die as fools.

Is a “beloved community “ possible in the age of ‘45,’ declining stock markets, high unemployment, Coronavirus, etc? Can a beloved community be created? If so how and by who?

The program host is Dr. William Rogers.

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