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The Bennu Project is part of a series meant to uplift and educate our children. With the over abundance of negative stereotypes plaguing our community, the Aha Mena felt compelled to try to counter it with a positive message. Children believe they are what they see. Its past time for our children to see themselves depicted as something other than cowardly or usually part of the criminal element (or both, etc) whenever black folks are depicted in western mainstream forms of media. The author is very passionate about that. To that end, he has written a series centered around several Nile Valley Civilizations, intent on teaching & encouraging our children to research these topics. The book series has been embraced by black home school parents, inner city teachers and has already been accepted into the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

1 month ago
@tariqnasheed This couple told me they drove to Morrow, Georgia from Montgomery, Alabama to visit my bookstore today after seeing your feature of my bookstore on your IZM Radio Travel Show - Atlanta on YouTube. Once again thank you for sending customers to my business. https://t.co/XLxky9H4ZE Thebennuproject photo
4 months ago
Son of Africa, Alabama born, Harlem tempered, community bred. Little Fess to Jegna. Reader. Timekeeper. Nation Narrator. Master Teacher. Servant. Bridge. The Compass. Raise Libraries in Salute. Those who can, Teach. Happy 104th Birthday, #JohnHenrikClarke https://t.co/ycgvzy2fSy Thebennuproject photo
4 months ago
@KamauRashid @Mentuhotep2k18 @chrisredwood "The key is to optimize the range of possibilities"

Im glad to see that this conversation has not died down. After our discussion, Ive been adjusting my website to incorporate some of our ideas. Ill inbox you the link to review privately before it all goes live.
4 months ago
@KamauRashid @chrisredwood Yes he's another one trying to do good. I met him on fb last year but lost contact when I quit fb. Theyre stonewalling him right now which is why he turned to patreon. hoping to avoid that myself. So i'd rather take the extra time to learn c# so i can do it on my own.