"If we stand tall, it's because we stand on the shoulders of many Ancestors." - Afrikan Proverb
THE UHURU ACADEMY online AFRIKAN HISTORY COURSE
Giving Honor and Reverence to the Creator, the Ancestors, and Elders:
Welcome, and thank you for your interest in the Uhuru Academy Online Afrikan History Course! This course is designed for truth seekers that are looking to embark on their journey of self awareness cultural consciousness. Our story is greatest and longest story in the human family, yet we live in a world that continues to suppress it.
The curriculum we will be using is one that I developed for a community college course a couple years ago. It's made up of two, 7-week courses: Ancient Afrikan History and the Afrikan Experience in Amerikkka. The curriculum is outlined as follows:
Ancient Afrikan History Unit I: Who Am I? Identifying "Black" People Unit II: The Birthplace of Humanity Unit III: The Birthplace of Civilization Unit IV: Nile Valley Culture and Contributions Unit V: Great Afrikan Civilizations Unit VI: The Afrikan Global Presence Unit VII: The Invaders
The Afrikan Experience in Amerikkka Unit I: The MAAFA Unit II: The Middle Passage Unit III: Slavery in the Amerikkkas Unit IV: Up From Slavery into Jim Crow Unit V: The Ongoing Fight for Freedom Unit VI: Making Afrikan History Today Unit VII: Using Our Story to Build Solutions
Each week, students will receive a pre-recorded short overview and lecture on the topic, at least 10 hard facts to memorize, required reading and/or viewing study material, suggested reading and/or viewing material for further study. All students will be given access to an immense digital library that will contain all study material. I'm currently researching course management software that will give us the experience and feel of completing an actual college course. I'm also considering hosting a weekly live conference call that participants will have access to where I will discuss that week's topic further and field questions and concerns. Once successfully completed, each student will receive an official Certificate of Completion, special recognition on the Uhuru Academy website and social media networks, and more as things develop. Once both courses are completed, students will be eligible for our A.C.E. Instructor Certification course that will prepare those that want to teach our story to the community at large to plan, organize, and deliver this material at an advanced and professional level.
The course is divided into two classes: Ancient Afrikan History and The Afrikan Amerikan Experience. You can take one class at a time or both simultaneously. Tuition is $200 per 7 week course. To enroll in both courses simultaneously or back to back, tuition is only $350 ($50 discount) if tuition is paid in full upon enrollment, $400 if paid otherwise. All those who register before December 15, 2017 will be able to enroll in both courses for only $300 (14 weeks of instruction)!!
You can also purchase recorded sessions at just $10 per class! Sessions will be made available in the Uhuru Academy Store each Wednesday!!.
Online Afrikan History Course Registration Form
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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR Baba Amin Ojuok is the Founder of the Uhuru Academy in Ft. Worth, TX. He has over 26 years experience teaching Afrikan History. As an independent educator, Baba Amin has organized, consulted with, and/or implemented several Afrikan centered schools and programs throughout the country. He is best known for his energetic style and his ability to teach our story in a manner that empowers the student with a perspective and understanding of our journey that fosters critical thought and solution-based dialogue. Baba Amin is a proud husband and compliment to YeYe Nkoyo Ojuok, and father of eight children. Baba Amin considers himself a Pan-Afrikan Universalist, is an active citizen of the Republic of New Afrika, National Spokesman for RBG Nation, and the founder of The Temple of Nu Afrikan Unity.