Educator, Activist, and Cultural Artist Phavia Kujichagulia is a former Professor of Ethnomusicology & African Civilizations at World College West and Stanford University’s Workshop on Political & Social Issues. In 2002, Sistah Kujichagulia was a member of the United States Delegation to the 2nd World Conference Against Racism (WCAR – Culture & Spirituality Committee) in […]
Women's History Month 2015
The artists and speakers below are available to be booked during Women's History Month. They have a wealth of experience organizing for and with African women, the most oppressed sector of the African nation.
Lawyer and Activist Honest and rigorous analysis of self and society is an essential requirement throughout the life journey of any individual who seeks to make a contribution to advancing humanity. This is one of the many invaluable lessons that Sister Thandiwe Chimurenga learned from the great teacher and immortal Pan-Africanist, Kwame Ture.
African Studies Lecturer and Organizer Mjiba Frehiwot, MSW Ph.D., is an African Studies lecturer and organizer. She received her Ph.D from Howard University in the department of African Studies.
Educator and Activist Dr. Sharon Gramby-Sobukwe has served as a Special Assistant to the Managing Director, as well as Assistant Managing Director and then Deputy Director of the Minority Business Enterprise Council of the City of Philadelphia, from 1984-1989.
Educator and Activist Nehanda Imara is an adjunct teacher for African American and Environmental Studies at Merritt College. She created the first Environmental Racism/Justice course for the Peralta Community College District. Nehanda is on the steering committee for Sustainable Peralta and she is on the Board of Directors of Leadership Excellence.
Political Organizer and Revolutionary Mother Moya Mzuri Nana Yaa Offeibea Pambeli is a member of the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP) and is currently serving on the Central Committee of the A-APRP as the Coordinator of the All-African Women’s Revolutionary Union (A-AWRU) for the U.S. Region of the A-APRP. Sister Mzuri is a long time […]