How DO WE BUILD BRIDGES

Knowing OUR HISTORY

Kingslee James McLean Daley, better known by the stage name Akala, is a British rapper, journalist,

Akala, Hip Hop artist, journalist and activist lectures on the manipulation and half-truths perpetrating as historical fact. He breaks down inconsistencies in history and the history we were actually taught. His information is truly valuable. Click the photo to see Akala lecture. 

Understanding the Game

Frances Luella Welsing was an American Afrocentrist psychiatrist. Her 1970 essay,

Dr. Frances Cress Welsing discusses the role Hollywood plays in the construction of Racism. Her insight is profound and discusses how shows like Scandal and other T.V. Shows decode the game of racism. Click the photo to hear Dr. Welsing speak.

Identify Misinformation

Dr. John Henry Clarke, was an American historian, professor, and a Pan-African Studies pioneer.

Dr. John Henry Clarke, details the misinformation and agenda that has put an emphasis on the dominance of our people. Learn the truth and identify ways to counter the hate with progress and understanding. Click the photo to hear Dr. Clarke lecture " What were black people believing before Christianity" 

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The successful rapper/producer/actor David Banner. Talks passing the baton between generations.

David Banner dives into the importance of letting go of past wrongs and focusing on our progress as a people. Curing generational curses and passing on valuable information and techniques to the next generation without judgement. Click photo to see more.

Uplift, Educate, Inspire through your Culture

KRS One, Legendary Hip Hop Artist.

KRS One, the legendary Hip Hop artist discusses in his lectures the importance of culture, manifestation and turning your thoughts into actions. KRS one named as the "Greatest MC ever" by Source Magazine offers his insight in black studies and Hip Hop culture to his audience. 

Enhance your brain

The Conscious Reader- Public database and digital book club.

The Conscious Reader: Is a database that includes the most profound literature provided by black scholars, intellectuals, writers and more. The only way to prepare for a revolution is to prepare the brain with truth and powerful information. Join The Conscious Reader Book Club. 

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Resources and information

Scholars You should Know

Dr. Joy DeGruy

Author of Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome. Dr. Joy DeGury is a nationally and interanationally renowned researcher, educator, author and presenter. She is an ambassador for healing and a voice for those who've struggled in search of the past, and continue to struggle through the present. Dr. Joy is the acclaimed author of Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome-- America's Legacy of Enduring Injury and Healing, Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome: The Study Guide, with a second book in the works, Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome Part 2: Be The Healing



Michelle Alexander-  Michelle Alexander is a highly acclaimed civil rights lawyer, advocate, and legal scholar who currently holds a joint appointment at the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity and the Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University. Prior to joining the Kirwan Institute, Alexander was an associate professor of law at Stanford Law School, where she directed the Civil Rights Clinics. Author of The New Jim Crow


Dr. Patricia Newton-  Dr. Newton has served as a consultant to the National Institutes of Mental Health in developing media campaigns for HIV Aids and Drug Abuse. She has been a member of the Board of the Medical Acupuncture Research Institute of America conducted research in pain management and substance abuse disorders.   Her practice concentration is in the areas of anxiety disorders (post traumatic stress disorder, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder and social phobia), dual diagnosis, depression, and pain. She also works in the areas of trans-cultural and cross-cultural psychiatry as well as women’s issues relative to anxiety disorders and depression.  


Dr. John Hope Franklin-   was an highly esteemed historian and author, known for his scholarship that focused on Southern history and racial politics. 

A prolific author, Franklin wrote many other books as well, including The Militant South: 1800-1806 (1956), The Emancipation Proclamation (1963), Runaway Slaves: Rebels on the Plantation (1999), co-penned with Loren Schweninger, and his 2005 autobiography, Mirror to America.

Franklin received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Bill Clinton in 1995, among his more than 100 honorary degrees and additional accolades. In his later years he was appointed professor emeritus at Duke, with a building dedicated to him, and he continued to write and study.  See an in-depth interview Here. 

Important Black Scholars you should know!

Important Black Scholars you should know!