Dr Ra Un Nefer Amen I is a world renown, best selling author, lecturer, spiritual teacher, health practitioner and counsellor. He is the Shekhem Ur Shekhem (King of Kings) and Ashem Ur Ashemu (Chief Priest) of the Ausar Auset Society International (AASI)
Ms. Yarbrough, a multi-talented veteran of theater, film, dance, and song is, like her article-mates, enjoying a renewed interest in her career. Much of that attention is generated by the 2000 re-release of her spoken word CD
Enensa A.M. Amen has devoted the past two decades to finding the intersection between a calling for African culture and his acumen for the natural sciences. He has arrived in the career focus of Cultural Anthropology,
Keith Holmes, a native New Yorker writes non-fiction with emphasis on the accomplishments of people of color in the areas of innovation, science and technology. Born in Queens, New York, Holmes was always curious about science and technology.
Kazembe Bediako was born in Georgetown, Guyana. Kazembe Bediako immigrated to the United States as a child.He received his Bachelors degree in English Literature from Bernard M. Baruch College (City University of New York)
Christopher R. Obie was raised on a farm in northern North Carolina where he developed an enduring love for the outdoors. Though formally trained as a Computer Scientist, Christopher has written several freelance articles for various causes.
May 1991 B.A. Telecommunication, Johnson C. Smith University
August 2002 MLIS University of North Carolina at Greensboro
January 2004 Public Library Certification
August 2008 ACRL Harvard Leadership Institute Certificate
Gregory "Brother G" Walker is the CEO of African Legends Animation LTD, a new Bahamian based animation/film/multimedia studio co-owned by Jeffrey Poitier, nephew of the legendary Bahamian actor Sydney Poitier.
Executive Director, Kamit Institute for Magnificent Achievers Public Charter School.
Chairman of the Board, Kamit Institute for Magnificent Achievers Public Charter School.