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we are dedicated to celebrating and empowering voices from Africa and her diaspora.  we specialize in curating unique experiences that educate and elevate the black experience.

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September

Orientation is Live

The video of orientation is now live for you to view. If you have not signed up for the course, we highly suggest you watch this orientation to get a vibe of historian Paul Joseph's teaching...
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August

The Course Curriculum

Our new masterclass will take place weekly over the next 5 months. Check out our course curriculum and a detailed description of each lesson. Each lesson will be accompanied with images and a...
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August

Black History Like You’ve Never Heard it Before

We’re so excited to expand our platform to include an educational offering. Our new masterclass Time Machine : A Million Years Into Black History by Paul Joseph will present riveting stories of...
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Jan
Wednesday, January 27

The Renaissance Period Part II

Wednesday, January 27 at 7pm- 9pm

Part 2 of The Renaissance Period. Fast, flashy, and fly, this era ushered in a new wave of black art, intellectualism, and most importantly, resistance! In this class we will explore two decades of unapologetic blackness. As the struggle for human rights continued, black people sought to create autonomous spaces of cultural expression free from the white gaze. Black organizations such as the UNIA created opportunities for repatriation back to Africa, the Communist Party opened its arms to black leaders, and the anti-colonial movement in Africa was gaining steam. Full of life, vibrance, and color, this period was truly unlike any other. The music was loud, the skirts were short, and the fish fries were jumpin’!

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27
Jan
Wednesday, January 27

The Age of Mega Empires IV

Wednesday, January 27 at 7pm- 8pm

Part 4 of The Age of Mega Empires. You’ve never seen an empire engorged like this! Welcome to the age of Kingdoms and Queendoms so large they put modern countries to shame. These mega nations were not only incredibly fat in land area (the thickness is real) but phat in wealth, stature, and global power. There were so many mega nations at this time that we will spend four classes in this period alone! What may be considered Africa’s most pivotal time in history, we will explore everything from the construction of the world’s earliest universities, to the role that African empires played in the Transatlantic, Transaharan, and Indian Ocean slave trades. Buckle up, because we’re headed to the deep end of the pool.

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Feb
Wednesday, February 3

The Renaissance Period I

Wednesday, February 3 at 7pm- 9pm

Fast, flashy, and fly, this era ushered in a new wave of black art, intellectualism, and most importantly, resistance! In this class we will explore two decades of unapologetic blackness. As the struggle for human rights continued, black people sought to create autonomous spaces of cultural expression free from the white gaze. Black organizations such as the UNIA created opportunities for repatriation back to Africa, the Communist Party opened its arms to black leaders, and the anti-colonial movement in Africa was gaining steam. Full of life, vibrance, and color, this period was truly unlike any other. The music was loud, the skirts were short, and the fish fries were jumpin’!

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