African traditional religion is an important part of African life and therefore its influence on African history, culture and politics cannot be ignored.
Lawyer, activist, political thinker, theologian and Anglican minister, Umolu has a lot to unpack with this living pioneer of Black Consciousness
Umolu speaks with Sir Hilary about reparations, CARICOM and his submission to the essay collection, The Pan African Pantheon.
We explore why lawmakers and social commentators in the US and UK are so opposed to teaching the full national history
This innovative project will map past and present Pan-African action to codify a pedagogy for trans-national citizenship derived from the Black experience.
Pan-African Citizenship Education is a global citizenship pedagogy derived from the Black experience and drawing on the successes of over 500 years of successful trans-cultural and trans-national cooperation.
Krystel joined the African History Project as a Summer Fellow in the Department of Black Political Thought and Culture in July 2021.
In the first of three interviews with leading Pan African Scholars, Umolu sits down with Professor Kweku Ampiah to discuss philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah