(Mon) February 25, 2019, 10:00am — 10:50am
The defamation of African American images through skillful media manipulation, miseducation and cultural identity theft requires a radical redefinition of Blackness. This presentation is a compelling look at the original ancient concepts of Blackness which began in Africa tens of thousands of years ago.
Dr. Chike Akua is a professor of Educational Leadership at Clark Atlanta University and is one of the most sought after speakers at colleges, universities and educational conferences. He has been called “an educational revolutionary” and is recognized as a leading authority on culturally relevant educational materials and instructional approaches.
He has lectured and given keynote addresses at a number of colleges, universities and educational conferences around the country including Southern University, Minnesota State University, Tuskegee University, Ohio University, Howard University, Georgia State University and Savannah State University, to name a few. Selected as one of Ebony magazine’s “50 Leaders of Tomorrow,” Akua is a former “Teacher of the Year.” In addition, Dr. Akua has assisted in leading over 1000 youth and adults on study tours to Egypt, Ghana, Morocco and Senegal through the African Genesis Institute’s Teen Summit 1000 program. He has authored and produced several books and DVDs. Learn more about Dr. Akua at www.DrAkua.net Two Sessions on February 25
Monday, February 25
in AC1-150 Forum Hall
10:00 to 10:50 a.m. and
2:00 to 3:00 p.m.
A reception will follow after the last seminar