A JOURNEY TO NUBIA & KEMET
Exploring African History, Culture, and Contributions
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"We are truly thrilled to have read this textbook with our students. In a world where our black, brown and indigenous children are often exposed to stereotypes and the erasing of history, Angel Brown-Harriott's work reclaimed the innovation of our early ancestors. Ms. Rodriguez and myself were able to have deep conversations with our students and open their minds."
The School by the Sea PS43 New York City
Petal Myrie, Teacher October 2021
GLOBAL JOURNEY SCHOLARS
"Bridging the Past and Present"
The Global Journey Scholars Program: Encourages students to explore the life and legacy of Africans and African Americans who were instrumental in contributing to society through research, writing and visual and creative arts; and, it emphasizes the importance of mutual respect for all people.
Announcement: Global Journey Scholar Award Recipients announced at the Kunta Kinte Heritage Festival. Learn More
GJFC Enrichment programs for elementary & middle school students! This GJFC program was sponsored by a grant from Maryland State Arts Council.
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"A very good social studies textbook for children is Journey
to Nubia and Kemet: Exploring African History, Culture and Contributions by Angel D. Harriott."
African Centered Education: Theory & Practice
Kmt G Schockley and Kofi Lomotey, Howard University 2020
"A "must have" children's curriculum that teaches about Ancient Egypt. The book includes contributions from Tony Browder. A must have for teachers, homeschoolers as
well as essential for your personal library."
Dr. Rona Frederick, PhD
University - Africana Studies/Curriculum & Instruction
Kimberly Holloway, Teacher
Roots Public Charter School
"I used this book and read it from cover to cover with the children. I asked the principal to purchase a class set."
My World Literature Course
When I returned from ASALH, I immediately returned to the study and teaching of Ancient Kemet Civilization, using your book to supplement what I had already taught (the textbook had nothing on the contributions of Ancient Kemet to world civilization, so I turned to my own personal library and to your great resource). It was great meeting you.
Dr. Reginald A. Bess, Adjunct Professor
Department of English and Modern Languages
South Carolina State University
JOURNEY THROUGH OUR OUTREACH
Our events, our friends, our family, our community
Who am I?
Where did I come from?
How did I get here?