Calendar

Jun
19
Tue
Sankofa Education Services presentsA Juneteenth and Sankofa Journey @ Cornerstone Baptist Church
Jun 19 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Emancipation Education: Freeing the African American Mind

Clarence Glover, Seminar Facilitator



Quest
Frank Monke, African Drummer
Martha Burks, Gospel/Jazz Singer
Dezyne, Hip-Hop Artist
Melody Bell, Griot Storyteller
Mavis Knight, State Board of Education Member
Roy Mack, Owner Peaceful Images Child Care Center
Learn about the African-American Food Pyramid

 

Sep
27
Thu
Ghana – A Sankofa Journey @ Pan-African Connection Bookstore and Art Gallery
Sep 27 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

“GHANA”

A Documented Sankofa Journey through Ghana, West Africa

By

Professor Clarence E. Glover, Jr.

Former Executive Director of Multicultural Education Dallas ISD

And

Adjunct Professor of African-American Studies Southern Methodist University

Experience this exciting documentary and exhibition at

Pan-African Connection Book Store and Art Gallery

(Across from Fair Park)

828 Fourth Ave. Dallas, Texas 75226

Thursday September 27, 2012

12noon-2:00 p.m. and 6 p.m-8p.m.

$10.00 Adults $5.00 Children and Senior Adults

Come and see West Africa through Professor Glover’s journey throughout Ghana and his moving meeting of his extended Glover Family in Accra Ghana.

Visit the market places of the cities and the town of Bonwire where kente is woven

Witness a Procession of Ghanaian Royalty and be a quest in an African Palace

Journey through the river of last bath, dungeons of slavery and the door of no return

Look over the Atlantic Ocean to America and the beginning of African-American culture.

A Sankofa documentary/discussion every African-American should experience and every person seeking to understand African-American people and culture.

“AKWABA!”

For more information call (214) 546-3480

www.sankofaeducationservices.com

Ghana – A Sankofa Journey @ Pan-African Connection Bookstore and Art Gallery
Sep 27 @ 6:00 pm – Sep 27 @ 8:00 pm

“GHANA”

A Documented Sankofa Journey through Ghana, West Africa

By

Professor Clarence E. Glover, Jr.

Former Executive Director of Multicultural Education Dallas ISD

And

Adjunct Professor of African-American Studies Southern Methodist University

Experience this exciting documentary and exhibition at

Pan-African Connection Book Store and Art Gallery

(Across from Fair Park)

828 Fourth Ave. Dallas, Texas 75226

Thursday September 27, 2012

12noon-2:00 p.m. and 6 p.m-8p.m.

$10.00 Adults $5.00 Children and Senior Adults

Come and see West Africa through Professor Glover’s journey throughout Ghana and his moving meeting of his extended Glover Family in Accra Ghana.

Visit the market places of the cities and the town of Bonwire where kente is woven

Witness a Procession of Ghanaian Royalty and be a quest in an African Palace

Journey through the river of last bath, dungeons of slavery and the door of no return

Look over the Atlantic Ocean to America and the beginning of African-American culture.

A Sankofa documentary/discussion every African-American should experience and every person seeking to understand African-American people and culture.

“AKWABA!”

For more information call (214) 546-3480

www.sankofaeducationservices.com