Electronic auction: completion of works on the project "overhaul of engineering structures for protection of the tungokochen village from the flood waters of the karenga
river in the tungokochensky district of the transbaikal territory" (7855-ea)
Outside of African-centered scholars (Ani, 2016; Carr, 2016; Kambon, 1998; Karenga
, 1992), there have been few attempts to address the substance of Welsing's theory in a scholarly manner.
Olupona's conviction is backed by Maulana Karenga
who also believes that for Africans everything has 'religious relevance' (Karenga
It was created by Maulana Karenga
in 1966 as the first African and African-American holiday.
103) (Neither Karenga
nor Davis, interestingly, discussed Davis's Puerto Rican ancestry as a source of ethnic or racial hybridity.
on She added: "It's truly an honour to be asked to deliver the memorial lecture and follow in the footsteps of such inspirational people as Mr Martin Luther King III and Dr Maulana Karenga
(2006) views these divisions as representing a multidimensional and holistic approach to knowledge, which requires looking at various dimensions, analyzing each, comparing and linking them within a holistic framework, and then extracting a clear conception from both the product and process (p.
35), Baraka became more interested in cultural nationalism, a growing faction of the nationalist movement spearheaded by Mualana (Ron) Karenga
, head of the Us Organization in Los Angeles, California.
However, the positive influences started with the work of my contemporary Maulana Karenga
who argued that the key crisis in the Black community was a cultural crisis (see Asante, 2009c).
He also brought in out-of-town guests such as Maulana Karenga
, a professor of Africana studies who is best known as the creator of the holiday Kwanzaa.
She became both mother and father and epitomized what Ann Julia Cooper, as quoted by MaNana Karenga
, described as the essential role that the black woman plays in defining "an ideal manhood and womanhood.
As we celebrate Black History Month at 25 (BHM@a 25), we recognise and pay tribute to the sterling contribution and prescience of the following luminaries of the Pan-African world who responded to the call to institutionalise Black History Month between 1987 and 1988, when the boroughs of London, led by the London Strategic Policy Unit, declared that period African Jubilee Year: John Henrik Clarke, Josef ben Yochannan, Frances Cress Welsing, Tony Martin, Maulana Karenga
, Angela Davis, Max Roach, Hugh Masekela, Kofi Ghanaba, Burning Spear, Robert Northern, Nina Simone, Winnie Mandela, Albertina Sisulu, Sally Mugabe, Graca Machel, President Thomas Sankara, and Rev.