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Meet The Young Ghanaian Male Chef, Promoting Black Food & Changing The Culture Around Men And Cooking

As a 13 year old boy in Ghana, he began to learn how to cook for a family of 5. His father’s wife would call him to the kitchen to cut the onions. Grind the tomatoes. Mix the ingredients. Over 14 years later, Lwanga Songsore is still spicing, stirring, and sautéing—he’s developed a local reputation for creative and delicious takes on indigenous Ghanaian recipes, and is changing the narrative around men and cooking in Africa

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Do Black Lives Matter?

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Welcome to Abibitumi

Welcome to the Abibitumi Family!! Abibitumi is primarily an educational institution specializing in live online and offline teaching of various Afrikan languages; most notably, Akan (Twi), Yoruba, Wolof, Mdw Ntr (Hieroglyphics), and Kiswahili. Classes are held in the online classroom using state-of-the-art streaming audio and video technology. Abibitumi also offers classes on a wide varietyContinue reading

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Forum: The Anatomy of a Renaissance Amidst a Global Shift

Hotep,    You are invited to a Zoom meeting.  When: May 23, 2020 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)    Register in advance for this meeting:  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing the link and information about joining the meeting. Be sure to enter the meeting password.    By registeringContinue reading

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About me



Kwadwo was born in New Jersey and grew up in New Jersey.  His youth revolved around sports and academics. Specifically, basketball, track, football, and even an occasional game of wall ball in the park! After leaving Jersey, Kwadwo attended Hampton University in Hampton, VA majoring first in Architectural Engineering then eventually Business Management. At Hampton is where Kwadwo had his introduction to his consciousness and his eventual wife of now 23 years.

While at Hampton a chance encounter led Kwadwo on a journey to know self, becoming an avid reader, studying, and researcher of our history. He would go on to become a member of the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations (ASCAC) and various study groups.

Kwadwo has run a Rites of Passage program for young Afrikan men, coached AAU track and field for 14 years, been a part of a host of Afrikan study groups and worked on collaborative Afrikan-centered research projects.

Kwadwo has three amazing children aged 26, 20, and 21 years old.

In his spare time, Kwadwo enjoys reading, listening to classical jazz, and watching documentaries.

For and a host of other related sites, Kwadwo is an administrator involved in the design and maintenance of the site for Afrikan people worldwide.


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