In Remembrance of
Juneteenth and the Celebration of Freedom
AAMAN as scheduled a Royal Historical Presentation
Kwame Michael Nana-Appeagyie Brako
Saturday, August 8, 2020.
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In Remembrance of Juneteenth and the Celebration of Freedom, AAMAN is honored to have scheduled a Royal Historical Presentation by a member of the co-founding family of Ghana, Kwame Michael Nana-Appeagyie Brako. Kwame Michael Nana-Appeagyie Brako-(Kwame Nana Brako) is of the Royal Ashanti Eastern Region Clan. Kwame Nana Brako belongs to the Asona Clan (known for their handsomeness of the clans......seriously).
Kwame Nana Brako’s Grand-Uncle was Professor Albert Adu Boahen. Albert Adu Boahen was one of the Founding Fathers of Ghana. He was a Ghanaian Academic, Historian, and Politician representing the New Patriotic Party. He was an academic at the University of Ghana from 1959 to 1990, from 1971 onwards as a professor. In 1992 Albert Adu Boahen was a Ghanaian Presidential Candidate and he is also known as the “Father of Ghana History” and the author of several history books. Professor Albert Adu Boahen passed away on May 24, 2006.
Kwame Nana Brako’s greatest passion is, History being told from a Black Perspective. His royal ancestral background, oral history, and heritage have given him the knowledge, teaching, and understanding of what freedom really means. He understands the importance for people of all backgrounds and ethnicities to have the opportunity to learn about their roots and hear the true stories about their history and make it exciting to learn about their ancestors. Kwame Nana Brako has an incredible amount of knowledge that he wants to share.
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The Ashanti Kingdom, (who we are)
How we fell to the British
The slave trade story (the real story behind the trade from Ghana view of point)
Women who fought against the trade
The Year of Return: What it means for African-Americans
South Side Neighborhood Center
1300 6th Street South
La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601
Saturday, August 8, 2020
9:30am - 10:00am
10:00am - 1:00pm
Free and Open to the Public
501 c (3) Tax Exempt No. 87-0722089
African American Mutual Assistance Network, Inc.
US Bank-Onalaska • Winona State University’s Inclusion and Diversity Office
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