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Dr. Greg Carr, chair of African American Studies at Howard University and First Vice-President of the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations (ASCAC), joined us for this rousing, extended conversation about Black Lives Matter, voting, cultural warfare and "the missing pages of world history."

The Coming (2015, St. Martin’s Press), written by Daniel Black, Ph.D., chronicles of the Middle Passage endured by captured Africans on their tragic voyage to enslavement in the Americas. Dr. Black will discuss his third novel with Gregory Carr, Ph.D. Professor/Chair, African American Studies, Howard University. Jump to 25:40 for start of program.


Week 3 Learning, Wisdom and the African World Experience


Legacy from the Motherland to today Professor Carr received his Ph.D. from Temple University. His academic specialties are in Africana Studies normative theory, Africana intellectual history, classical African history and African-American nationalism. His research interest includes pan-African historiography.


Dr. Carr presents on the conference theme - "Sankofa Wisdom: Restoring Maat to Save Our Children"

Dr. Greg Carr, chair of African American Studies at Howard University and First Vice-President of the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations (ASCAC), joined us for this rousing, extended conversation about Black Lives Matter, voting, cultural warfare and "the missing pages of world history."

Ta-Nehisi Coates, author of the New York Times bestseller Between the World and Me (Random House, 2015) and National Book Award nonfiction nominee, will be on campus Wednesday, October 7, for a full day of interaction with Howard students and members of the Howard community.


Howard University COAS Freshman Seminar African Burial Grounds The African Burial Ground (ABG) in New York City, the nation's largest national monument dedicated to African people, has been called "the single-most important, historic urban archaeological project undertaken in the United States." Over 20,000 Africans were buried across the five-acre burial ground during the 17th and 18th centuries.


Sankofa Community Affairs with Salim Adofo

Featuring Dr. Greg Carr Chair of the Howard University Afro-American Studies Department
Kwanzaa Episode


On Tuesday, March 17, 2015, William & Mary's Black Law Students Association, in collaboration with William & Mary's Student Assembly, Center for Student Diversity, Lemon Project, and Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity, hosted its annual symposium on race, law, and current events.


ASCAC Conference 1996 - Ghana

FROM THE SANKOFA ARCHIVES..... This is a presentation given as part of the ASCAC Communiversity Lecture Series in Philadelphia by Dr. Greg Kimathi Carr on February 9, 2008. This title of his presentation....INTELLECTUAL OF THE AFRICAN DIASPORA-The Life and Legacy of Carter G. Woodson.


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Audio from Dr. Carr's visit to Paine College 2014 Conference on the Black Experience February 6, 2014