Archive for January, 2010

We WILL Host Black History 4 Young People in 2010!

JOIN US JUNE 19!  We will indeed host Black History 4 Young People starting Sat, June 19, 2010.

Dr. Kwaku has planned an awesome curriculum he has developed for the last six years! 

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Class Schedule
Six Saturdays 10:00am ~ Noon
June 19
th – July 31st
Dr. Kwaku Person-Lynn ~ Instructor
(213) 368-4976 ~ voice mail

19 June From The Nile Valley To The World
A PowerPoint presentation illustrating the Afrikan origin of civilization,
science, mathematics, medicine, engineering and many other
accomplishments. We will also look at the history and culture of Black
people all over the world.

26 June Afrikan Origin of Humanity & Afrikans in America Before Columbus
A.) A look into the lives of the original descendants of the first human
beings and their genius, creativity and ingenuity to survive.
B.) A presentation showing various categories of evidence demonstrating
that Afrikans were in the Americas before Columbus and helped establish
America’s first civilization.

3 July No class – holiday weekend

10 July Intra Color Discrimination and The Origin Of Rap/Hip Hop
A.) We will investigate how slavery was used to divide people of Afrikan
descent on the basis of a dark skin or light skin complexion, and how
it is being practiced today. We will also look at the use of negative

B.) We will also look at the elements that created the origin of the rap/hip
hop culture.

17 July The Struggle For Equal Education & How To Get A’s On Exams
A.) A.) Students in the South were at a great educational disadvantage
until the Civil Rights Movement. We will look at their struggle to get an
education as compared with today.
B.) How to get A’s on exams.

24 July Leimert Park Village Tour & How To Write Research Papers
A.) A tour of Leimert Park Village, the cultural center for Black Los
Angeles, including Eso Won Books, exposing the class to literature
written by people of Afrikan descent.
B.) Intense discussion on how to write research papers

31 July A special presentation for parents and students (Last Class)
B.) Special production by Dr. Kwaku
C.) Students receive their completion certificates.


Thanks for your support!

Kwaku and Isidra Person-Lynn

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Afrikan World Civilizations Class begins Friday, Feb. 19, 2010

He’s back!  Dr. Kwaku Person-Lynn will begin the next intriguing 11 week session as always with a free introductory exploration of Afrikan World Civilizations, Friday, Feb. 19, 2010 at the beautiful Yvonne Burke Ladera Center in Los Angeles.

Please visit to download registration forms, the class schedule and the flyer to help us spread the word.

You know, most of these classes are  available to college students and they cannot be enjoyed because of rigorous requirements of research papers.  Dr. Kwaku breaks all the boundaries and teaches any adult willing to learn.  He requires no Papers, no Book, and no in-class presentations by the students.  You will meet great people who are curious just like you and you will earn how to pass the untold stories of our history down to your future generations.

Please join us Friday, Feb. 19 and begin the journey!

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