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ETHIOPIA  STUDY  TOUR 

Dec 27, 2016 to Jan 8, 2017


 

Ethiopian Priests with Processional Crosses

 

 

 

Watch for our video documentaries on

BCAT Network Television:

  • GHANA: LAND OF GOLD

  • ETHIOPIA: LAND, CULTURE & PEOPLE 

  • SANKOFA JOURNEYS SERIES ON EGYPT

This Nile Valley educational study tour to  Ethiopia takes us to the holy land where time began and the birthplace of Dinknesh–the mother of all mankind. Ethiopia still holds the distinction as the place of Orthodox Christianity and the victorious Battle of Adwa.  Join us as we explore Addis Ababa; in Axum, marvel at the tallest standing tekenu (obelisk) and the palace of Queen Makeda (aka the Queen of Sheba), see the St Mary of Zion Church which houses the Ark of the Covenant; walk through the magnificent  rock-cut monolithic churches in Lalibela; in Gondar, visit Emperor Fasiladas' Castles, Bathhouse and the church of Debre Berhan Selassie adorned with painted Black angels on the ceiling.  Explore archeological sites in the Awash Valley; visit Yeha and the Temple of the Moon. Marvel at Ethiopia's breathtaking landscapes, mountainscapes, colorful sunsets, wonderful climate; enjoy the indigenous people, the food, spices, market places, and friendly service from a proud people and much more... 
 
Dr. Clinton Crawford, the tour leader, has traveled to many other African countries. He is also the author of Recasting Ancient Egypt in the African Context, 1996 and a professor at Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York where he teaches the History of African Art,  the History of World Art, and other courses about African civilizations.  Experience Egypt from a truly African perspective.

Ethiopia Tour Brochure 2016

 

Ethiopia: Land Culture & People

(A video documentary by Reba Ashton Crawford)  


EGYPT STUDY TOUR

July 15 to July 29, 2016 (15 days)


 

Crawford Group at Abu Simbel

 

    

This educational tour to Egypt (Ta-Merry), the holy land of our ancestors will be a truly unforgettable experience.  Our tour will provide an informative, African-centered perspective as we visit the Pyramids at Giza, Dahshur, and Saqqara; the Sphinx; the temples at Philae, Kom Ombo, Abu Simbel, Edfu, Karnak, Luxor, Dendera, Abydos, and the Valley of the Kings; we'll visit the Cairo and Nubian Museums, a Nubian village and much more.  It also includes a 4 day, 5-star luxury cruise on the legendary Nile River. This tour is one that people of African ancestry around the world should experience. 

 

 

Egypt 2016 Brochure

 

View Egypt Revisited, our latest journey to Egypt!

 


GHANA STUDY TOUR

Dates for our next Ghana Tour: TBA


 

 

The Nanahene in traditional kente & gold

 

 
 

This Ghana Study Tour will lead you to where you can see, explore, and experience major  historical sites in Ghana which includes Accra, Cape Coast, Kumasi and more.  We'll experience the major castles such as Elmina, Ft. William, and Cape Coast Castle; visit the  Asante region, experience cultural ceremonies, see kente weaving and numerous other arts, shop the colorful market places and above all, be with some of the most hospitable people in the world.

 

Ghana Tour 2014 Brochure

 

See our Ghana Slide Show!

 

 

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Sankofa means, Go back and fetch it. It is not taboo to go back and fetch what you lost in order to  move forward.

Symbol of the wisdom in learning from the past in order to build for the future...


Ebonics and Language Education of African Ancestry Students

 

 

    

This work comes at a time when people of African ancestry, particularly those in the Diaspora, are experiencing an important re-examination of self in relationship to their geographical space and origin. The most recent African language, Ebonics, captures the unmistakable and substantial evidence of this inquiry, while connecting itself to the African family of languages as far back as one of the most ancient ones, Medew Netjer.  Ebonics and Language Education of African Ancestry Students examines the political, linguistic, cultural and social history of African people with the expressed intention to place the reader in the authentic context of the development of Ebonics.

                                                                                 
                                                                                                                        - Clinton Crawford

 

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