Hello Everyone, TONIGHT: Listen to The African History Network Show, Thursday, Sept. 5th, 8pm-11pm EST, Part 2: The Distortion of The Legacy of Dr. MartinMessage 1 of 1 , Sep 4View SourceHello Everyone,
TONIGHT: Listen to The African History Network Show, Thursday, Sept. 5th, 8pm-11pm EST, "Part 2: The Distortion of The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 2013” with guest Prof. Manu Ampim.
Professor Manu Ampim is a historian and primary (first-hand) researcher specializing in African and African American history and culture. He has a B.S. in Business Management and M.A. in History/African American Studies. His master thesis, “The Revolutionary Martin Luther King, Jr.” (1989) is being expanded into a two-volume work entitled, “Martin Luther King: The Evolution of a Revolutionary.”
He has taught in the Department of History at Morgan State University (Baltimore, MD), and at San Francisco State University in the Dept. of Ethnic Studies. Also, Ampim has studied at Oxford University in England, and collaborated on a NASA-sponsored research project, which examined the ancient climate and migration patterns in Africa. Currently, Prof. Ampim teaches History at Contra Costa College (San Pablo, CA) and Africana Studies/Study Abroad at Merritt College (Oakland, CA), and he is teaching a 7-Step Primary Research Methodology Course at Advancing The Research.
We’ll deal with the real Dr. King that the media doesn’t want to talk about. His legacy has been distorted and the masses don’t know enough about him to counteract the lies.
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