African American History Culture : Abibitumi Kasa Afrikan Language Classes Begin Week of January 14th

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  1. Akyeame Kwame

    Akyeame Kwame Active Member MEMBER

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    http://www.*****************/Register.php


    Who: All Afrikan people who are serious about being Afrikan


    What: You are invited to join Winter Session of
    Twi, Yorùbá and/or Wolof Class (Click here to register)


    When: Classes online and on Southside of Chicago
    begin the week of January 14 (Click here for schedule)

    Classes at Malcolm X College begin January 25


    Where: Monday and Tuesday Classes on Southside at Betty Shabazz International Charter School, 7823 S Ellis Ave, Chicago, IL 60619



    Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday classes Online at http://www.*****************/yabb/chat/flashchat.php

    Classes at Malcolm X located at 1900 W Van Buren, Chicago, IL 60612


    How: Individuals and Families can learn face-to-face in Chicago or face-to-face online via live online streaming state-of-the-art technology


    How Much: $195 for 8 Week Session Online and at Betty Shabazz; $169 for 6 Week Session at Malcolm X. Ask about special family and group rates!


    Why: Let us know your reason for wanting to learn Afrikan languages via our Prospective Student Questionnaire http://www.*****************/nsemmisa.pdf


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  2. Jazzytude

    Jazzytude Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Sounds interesting!

    I bookmarked the page...and when I get settled my girls and I will hop on it...!!!

    I am between homes right now...

    PEACE AND BLESSINGS!