Mr. Sazane Jethro Ngwenya, Midland States University
Demands for Labor Exploitation in African Minerals also Known as Modern Slavery
Dr. Joe Muzvidziwa
International Law (TWAIL) and Internationalism in a Multipolar World
Abel Dzobo Lecturer, Media, Communication,
Film and Theatre Arts Department at
Midland SStates University
Caucasian appropriation of Iron Age Zimbabwean zero-tillage agriculture as ‘Pfumvudza’: A case of films ‘We were Primitive’ (1947) and Foundations for Farming videos (2020)
Dr. Blazio M Manobo
is a Consultant, Researcher, and Senior Lecturer with the Catholic University of Zimbabwe, Department of Systematic Theology. He has published several articles and book chapters in Theology and Social Science. His interest is in systematic Theology, Theology and Development, Liberation Theology, Theology of Disasters, and Political Theology.
The Labour Alienation of Civil Servants in ZImbabwe: Reassessing the Transformative Potential of the Traditional African Theology of work
Hugh Mangeya Senior Lecturer, Midlands State University, Zimbabwe.
DLitt et Phil, UNISA;
B.A (dual) Hons UZ,
Social Media Humour And Popular Participation in Perpetuating Racial Difference PT. 1
Social Media Humour And Popular Participation in Perpetuating Racial Difference PT. 2
U.S. Out of Africa Network
Tunde Osazua is the coordinator of the U.S. Out of Africa Network, which is a network of volunteers committed to strategizing around creative and radical tactics for the complete withdrawal of U.S. forces from Africa, the demilitarization of the African continent, the closure of U.S. military bases throughout the world, pressuring the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) to unequivocally oppose AFRICOM and conduct hearings on its impact on the African continent. The USOAN is the driving force for the US Out of Africa/Shutdown AFRICOM campaign of the Black Alliance for Peace
Military Engagements in Humanitarian Efforts as Impediments to Self-Determination
Research Fellow at the University of South Africa, a visiting Associate Professor at Kobe University, he teaches at the University of Namibia and he has authored/edited over 20 books/volumes and published over 80 book chapters and journal articles. He has delivered numerous keynote speeches, occasional lectures and guest lectures in several universities. He holds a PhD in Anthropology, an MSc in Sociology and Social Anthropology, and a BSc in Sociology. His research interests are in the Anthropology/Sociology of Science and Technology Studies, Decoloniality, Industrial Sociology, Social Theory, Environmental and Development Studies, and in Anthropological Jurisprudence.
Taking Africans Back to the Sea? The Resilience of Colonialism and the Havoc of 21st-Century Imperial Sleights of Hand
Dr. W. Gabriel Selassie I Assistant Professor, Africana Studies •California State University, Northridge
Professor Selassie I specializes in the intersection of Marcus Garvey (Garveyism), religion, and race. His work particularly focuses on the ways in which the black community seeks avenues of cultural, religious, and social expression. His first book an Introduction and Analysis of The Holy Piby by Shepherd Robert Athlyi Rogers (1924) is the first of its kind to explore the religious and cultural context of one of the premier Rastafari biblical texts. He has written extensively on the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA-ACL) Negro Ritual and Negro Catechism and its interplay with the genealogy of western thought. His work also looks at transcultural and transnational outcomes of race and racism, particularly white supremacy.
African Religious Freedom or African Religious Bondage?
Revolutionary African Perspectives “RAP”
Sobukwe Shukura host Revolutionary African Perspectives “RAP” and is on the team of “Beyond Borders”, both Public affairs programs airing on Radio Free Georgia (WRFG) 89.3 Atlanta (WRFG.org on-line) Mondays, from 7-8pm.
Shukura is a multi-media cultural worker; photographer and poet. Shukura is also on the Board of (WRFG) 89.3, a Pacifica affiliate. He is a Pan-African Revolutionary thinker and organizer for the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (AAPRP) and served ten years as a Co-Chair of the National Network On Cuba (NNOC) ending December 2013.
Power, Justice and Self-Determination: A Revolutionary Pan-Africanist Approach to Reparations
Dylan Rodríguez is a teacher, writer, and scholarly activist. He was named to the inaugural class of Freedom Scholars in 2020 and is President of the American Studies Association (2020-2021). He has worked as a Professor at the University of California, Riverside since 2001, and recently served as the faculty-elected Chair of the UCR Division of the Academic Senate (2016-2020) and Chair of Ethnic Studies (2009-2016). Dylan’s work addresses the normalized proliferation of oppressive violence in everyday state, cultural, and social formations. He conceptualizes abolitionism and other forms of movement as part of the historical, collective genius of rebellion, survival, and radical futurity. He is the author of three books, most recently White Reconstruction: Domestic Warfare and the Logic of Racial Genocide (Fordham University Press, 2021), and is co-editor of Critical Ethnic Studies: A Reader (Duke University Press, 2016).
Abolition and Anti-Colonialism as Destruction Imperative
Tapiwa Victor Warikandwa is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Law at the University of Namibia. He studied for his Bachelor of Laws, Master’s degree and Doctoral degree at the University of Fort Hare in South Africa. He specialises in International Trade Law, Labour Law, Indigenisation Laws, Mining Law, Supreme Court of Namibia, and Constitutional Law amongst other disciplines. In addition, he has published several books in the areas of Jurisprudence, Labour Law, Women’s Rights, Mining Law, Land Rights, and Economic Law, amongst other discourses (with a primary focus on decolonisation).
Pan-African Community Action (PACA)/
Black Alliance for Peace
Netfa Freeman is an organizer in Pan-African Community Action (PACA) and on the Coordinating Committee of the Black Alliance for Peace. Netfa is also co-host/producer of the WPFW radio show and podcast Voices With Vision.
Community Control & Building Transitional Program for Power
Pan African Federalist Movement
Baba Jiwe Damudillard 1940-2022
Baba Jean Dillard aka Baba Jiwe Damudillard retired engineer and businessman, master flutist, Father, husband, grandfather, organizer, and Coordinator for the New York State Coordinating Committee of the Pan African Federalist Movement was a humble and loving man.
Born in Harlem New York; Raised in New York City: Educated in New York City; PS 90; PS 68; JHS 115; De Witt Clinton; Pratt Institute; Brooklyn Polytechnic.
Baba Damudillard transitioned September 15, 2022
The importance of the participation of Africans in the Diaspora to the liberation of African people and the Decolonization of Africa
Joomaay Ndongo Faye
Dr. Matthew Pettway
Dr. Pettway completed my doctorate in Hispanic Cultural Studies at Michigan State University in 2010. I have taught at Bates College, the University of Kansas and the College of Charleston in Spanish and Latin American Studies. At Bates College, I was also affiliated with the African-American Studies program. I am an assistant professor of Spanish at the University of South Alabama.
Conjuring Black Revolution: The Decolonial Legacy of Plácid
Dr. Charles Pinderhughes
Charles "Cappy" Pinderhughes, Ph.D., a veteran Black community and labor activist for over thirty years, was Lieutenant of Information for the New Haven Chapter of the Black Panther Party in 1969 and 1970 during the pretrial phase of the campaign to free Bobby Seale and the New Haven Panthers. Dr. Pinderhughes developed The People's News Service, a Panther periodical and organizing tool consisting of mostly local news. That organ was widely copied by other Panther chapters across the country. A native of Boston MA, Dr. Pinderhughes has also lived, worked and organized in Beloit WI, Baltimore MD and Atlanta GA. He now resides in Newark NJ where he teaches Sociology at Essex County College. He earned a Masters in Political Science from Goddard College in 1973, and his Ph.D. in Sociology from Boston College in 2009. His fields of specialization focus on Racial & Ethnic Relations, Historical Sociology, Social Movements, Black Power Studies and Anti-Colonial Marxism.
A Scientific Socialist Examination of Intercommunalism
Political Lessons from the Black Panther Party
Prisoners of Conscience Committee and
the Black Panther Party Cubs
Chairman Fred Hampton Jr.
(born Alfred Johnson; December 29, 1969) is an American political activist, based in Chicago. He is the president and chairman of the Prisoners of Conscience Committee and the Black Panther Party Cubs. He is the only child of Fred Hampton, the Black Panther Party leader assassinated by police in Chicago on December 4, with his fiancée, now known as Akua Njeri.
The Black Panther Party African Anti Terrorism Bill.
Afro-Venezuelan, Caracas, descendant of peoples of free blacks. Phd in Anthropology, researcher and activist in the areas of Afrodiasporic political identities in colonial and postcolonial contexts, and their articulation with religion, the body, food and social memory. She works in the Laboratory of Development Anthropology, in the Center of Anthropology of the Venezuelan Research Institute Scientific (IVIC). She is a Professor at the Institute for Strategic Research on Africa and its Diaspora. Interpreter, teacher and researcher in traditional Venezuelan dance. It is part of “Trenzas Insurgentes” Collective of Black, Afro-Venezuelan and Afro-descendant Women and La Alpargata Solidaria.
Transatlantic Memories And Flavors Between Africa And its Diaspora: Towards the Construction of a Landscape of Afro-alimentary Memories
Is a devout Nkrumahist and a past student of Koforidua Technical University. He is majoring in Biomedical Engineering. He has served as the past president of KTU Debate and Public Society. In that capacity, he helped students understand local and global issues and the impact they can have through constructive dialogue and debate. He is passionate about community advocacy and development. He aims at engaging in national and international politics after pursuing graduate studies in International Relations and diplomacy.
Insecurity in Africa
Dr. Simon Tesfamariam
Dr. Simon Tesfamariam is an Eritrean American medical doctor and writer living in New York City with a long history of organizing and activism within the global Eritrean community. He is the co-founder of the No More Movement. He has lived, worked, and taught in Eritrea, volunteering in Eritrean hospitals and lecturing at the University of Asmara.
Building a Global Movement of Resistance to Imperialism in Africa
Dr. Clyde Ledbetter
Dr. Clyde Ledbetter Jr. has been teaching and publishing on subjects in African World Studies for over a decade. He is an alumnus of Lincoln University and received his Ph.D. in African American Studies from Temple University in 2013 and has recently earned a second master's degree in international human rights law from the University of Oxford. He has taught in a private K-12 African-centered school in Philadelphia as well as at several colleges and universities in the U.S. including Lincoln University and Cheyney University.
Building in our African Institute for Statistic Intelligence and Assessments