Videos about Cultural Education from Master Teachers
We dedicate this section of S.C.A.M.'s™ website to our responsibility to raise awareness and elevate parents' knowledge about distinguished Black educators. We strongly encourage our brothers and sisters who are raising African American children to share these videos with your families and school communities.
Although some are dated in the past, the following videos are powerful, educational gems recorded to preserve the teachings of some of the greatest African American educators of our time. They speak with historical wisdom that consequently, focuses on today's systemic problems in education. Please
click on their names to be linked to more info on their masterful work and continue learning as much as you can about African Centered Education.
Introducing the founder of the modern African Centered Education movement: the late Dr. Asa G. Hilliard, III (Nana Baffour Amankwatia, II)
Eminent professor of Educational Psychology. Founding member of the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations, author of hundreds of articles on a variety of topics, including ancient African history, teaching strategies, and public policy. Hilliard was the recipient of the Outstanding Scholarship Award from the Association of Black Psychologists; a Knight Commander of the Human Order of the African Redemption; and the Distinguished Leadership Award from the Association of Teachers of Education.
A pictorial tribute and audio interview with Dr. Hilliard about our schools and how African American children are being taught.
Introducing Queen Mother, Dr. Adelaide Sanford
Distinguished teacher, principal, professor, historian, orator, freedom fighter and Vice Chancellor Emerita, New York State Board of Regents
"Afrocentric Education as a Human Right"
News & Events
Intellectual Warfare Against the Assault on African Humanity: African Answers for a New Reality
The Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations (ASCAC) presents:
35th Annual Ancient Kemetic (Egyptian) Studies Conference, March 15 - 18, 2018
Community College of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Conference Registration: http://ascac.org/conferences
March of Our Lives to End Gun Violence
Tens of thousands of young people will rally for the March for Our Lives, to call for an end to gun violence in the United States.
National Assembly for Black Liberation
Pertaining to The UN proclamation of 2015 – 2024 as The International Decade for People of African Descent.
The National Assembly for Black Liberation will discuss the Draft Freedom Manifesto as a unity document along with resolutions submitted by battlefront committees begin to draft a program of action.
May 18 - 20, 2018
North Carolina Central University
Durham, North Carolina
More Info here: http://blackactivism.org