Pan African Cultural Heritage Institute

 

Pan African Cultural Heritage Speakers Alliance

 ‘Sharing Our Influence and Knowledge in Our Forgotten Communities Globally!’



 

   

“The Spiritual Foundation Has Been Laid and the Hard Work Has Been Done!”

  

 

 
      Rev. Eugene Franklin
 
           Omar Neal

 

 
   Dr. Phyllis Gray Ray, PhD

 

 

 

 

        Mark Scovera
   Dr. Gina Wilson Beckles, PhD

 

 
   Dr. Evelyn Bethune, PhD
 
          Ann Chinn
                  Margie Jordan
 
   Kitty Pope 
 
         James Mathis
 
                David Williams
                 Ty Gray - EL
 
  Sylvia Traymore Morrison
 
           Chef Kermit Griffin
               Kebra Moore
 
      Sonja Griffin Evans
 
Landers Butch Pierce 
                         
    
 

                                                                                             

  

 

 

 

 

Without knowledge, the people will perish!”  The hardest fought victory for Black America was the fight for educational opportunities.  It is the most critical tool in the economic development arsenal.  It would be hard to imagine where we would be as a people in today’s American society, without the foresight and determination of leader’s who fought for the rights of our people to receive a quality education, to include vocational training.  Their victories enabled the creation of our middle and business classes, as well as, the development of community wealth.

It would be hard to imagine our plight without the preservation of the Historical Black Colleges and Universities.  The current growth and existence of the Black Middle Class would have been impeded significantly and our economic situation, as a people, would truly be grave.  Thanks to the determination and spiritual drive of Booker T. Washington, George Washington Carver, Bethune Cookman, and others who created the institutions, programs and awareness that led to the founding of these great educational facilities, and ultimately to school desegregation, and the beginning of institutional wealth creation on a broader scale in the Black Community, we owe a debt of gratitude. 

The Pan African Cultural Heritage Institute is dedicated to advancing educational opportunities for disadvantaged communities and the introduction of technology as an equalizer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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