Experience the unique museum display which will whet your appetite for more information about Afrikan people in the Diaspora and on the Continent.

Enjoy a selection of poetry by “The Last Poets,” the original rappers; re-visit the horrific period of Italy’s War crimes against the one African nation that has never been colonized, Ethiopia; witness first-hand the truth of the African’s presence in the bible; and pay homage to our Afrikan ancestors.

The museum takes you back to our ancient Egyptian Nubian past and travels thru time to the Hellocaust (Holocaust) of Afrikan people, the Trans Atlantic Arab European Slave Trade; the Civil Rights era and those brothers and sisters both the living and departed who have made major contributions to Afrikan people and the world at large. People like Mary McLeod Bethune, Amos Wilson, Osageyfo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Queen Mother Moore, Malik El Shabazz, Fannie Lou Hamer, Nana Kofi Kondwani Prof. John Henrik Clarke, Nana Ama Serwah-Nyarko, (Dr. Beryl Dorsett), Queen mother of Apatrapa, Dr. Ben Jochannan, Lady Sala Shabazz, (Dr. Patricia Newton) and others.

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