Black History Month—Why We Celebrate

Black History Month—Why We Celebrate

“If a race has no history, if it has no worthwhile tradition, it becomes a negligible factor in the thought of the world, and it stands in danger of being exterminated.” -  Carter G. Woodson February is the month set aside for Americans to reflect on the history of...

Black History in the Skies

Black History in the Skies

The Society of Extraordinary Women Invites You to “Rise Above” S.E. Williams | Contributor Shirley Coates and the Society of Extraordinary Women (SOEW) invite the community to celebrate and honor one of the last surviving Tuskegee Airmen and recent Medal of Freedom...

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Facing Fire

Riverside, CA – Beginning Saturday, February 22, 2020 the UCR ARTS: California Museum of...

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ACROBATIC MATHEMATICAL THINKING (6)

A powerful Creative and Critical Thinking exercise is to first learn shapes of the Pyramid, Square, Trapezius, Trapezoid, Rectangle, Triangle, Circle, Octagon, Ellipse, Lunette; study which are Cosmic and/or and human-made; and determine what are indications for using...

MATHEMATICS OF AFRICAN TRADITION FOR BLACK YOUTH (5)

Patterns, Shapes, and Forms are fundamental tools to help one see and give meaning to Real, Surreal, and Unreal Things. These contribute to understanding and the explaining of Principles (unchanging realities), Events (changing realities), Settings, Situations, and...

***AFRICAN UBUNTU IS SPIRITUAL “ME/WE” (1)

“ME/WE” is an: "All for One, One for all" concept of African Zulus, called Ubuntu. The Nguni Bantu define it as connection of all “Humanity”—meaning its “Sameness” creation is the Cosmic Force. They translate it as: “I am because we are”; or “Humanity towards others”...

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