I bought a wonderful book while at Medu "Images & Quotations of Great African Americans" and the author (who is going blind) signed the book and discounted it $20. The book is huge and heavy, thank God I didn't have to pay shipping. It is one of my most prized possessions (amongst hundreds of other books) and is constantly being interacted with as it sits on a pedestal on my dining room table, opened and ready to explore.
ERICA J. (Englewood, CO)
(Every First Thursday of Each Month) Thursday, February 1st 6-8pm
Author of Egyptian Origins of Washington, D. C. Vol. I
(Thursday, Feb. 15th 6-8pm)
Volume II subtitled: 'The Sacred Feminine and how Washington, D.C. Births Knowledge and Law through the Sanctity of an African Goddess.' The book shows the biological, historical, cultural, celestial and terrestrial manner in which America's capital births knowledge and law based on ancient Kemetic truths. This book is a key to our collective salvation...
Author of Kebuka, IWA, Asafo & More
Discussion On Featured Title:
Sovereignty & Remembrance
The two essays address the need for doing this preliminary, visionary, nation building work. Both give us ample reason to reflect on the meaning and importance of power and memory and why they will need to be seriously reconsidered by our Warriors if Afrikan people are to again become whole.