Dr. Molefi Kete Asante is renowned Professor and Founding Chair, at the Department of African American Studies, Temple University. Considered by his peers to be one of the most accomplished contemporary scholars; he is a living legend as the Father of Afrocentricity, building a community across the diaspora in order to change enhance and engage the academic, social and historical landscape.
Dr. Asante, a visionary; founded the Journal of Black Studies at Temple University; and later established the MKA institute, The Premier International African Think-Tank in order to study “agency -centered analysis” through critical scholarly lens.
Joining him as members of the Advisory Board, are a bevvy of celebrated and accomplished Academicians who uphold the same formidable believe in the agency and proficiency of peoples of the diaspora. Visit www.Asante.net to learn more about Asante’s pervasive global impact.
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CHAIR: MOLEFI KETE ASANTE
Professor and Chair of the Africalogy Department at Temple University and President of the Molefi Kete Asante Institute (MKA) for Afrocentric Studies. He is theorist and founder of the world phenomenon theory, Afrocentricity.
Professor and Chair of Africana Studies at California State University, Long Beach.
He is the founder of the organization Kawaida, as well as creator of the world renown
practice of Kwanzaa in the African American culture.
Former First Lady of Haiti
Professor at the University of Hawaii, Hilo as well as founder of the paradigm,
PATRICIA REID MERRITT
Distringuished Professor at Richard Stockton College
CHEIKH TIDIANE CADIO
Former Foreign Minister, Senegal, and Director, Institute of Pan African Studies, Dakar