Dr. Wade W. Nobles on HAPI, Black Psychology and the Island of Memes

Dr. Wade W. Nobles on HAPI, Black Psychology and the Island of Memes



Secret Link: The Island of Memes and More! https://goo.gl/f55918
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(SACRAMENTO) Accelerating African Spiritual Growth with Prof James Small and Dr. Wade Nobles https://goo.gl/uXn8cC | HAPI Film screening, Panel discussion and Networking event https://goo.gl/jCjkHW
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ABOUT DR. WADE NOBLES:
For over four decades, Dr. Wade W. Nobles has studied classical African philosophy (Kemet, Twa & Nubian) and traditional African wisdom traditions (Akan, Yoruba, Bantu, Wolof, Dogon, Fon, Lebou, etc) as the grounding for the development of an authentic Black psychology. Dr. Nobles is a founding member of the Association of Black Psychologists and former national President (1994-95). He is Professor Emeritus of Africana Studies and Black Psychology at San Francisco State University and the author of over one hundred (100) articles, chapters, research reports and books; the co-author of the seminal article in Black Psychology, Voodoo or IQ: An Introduction to African Psychology. Dr. Nobles is the Co-founder and past Executive Director of the Institute for the Advanced Study of Black Family Life and Culture, Inc., a free standing independent community-based, nonprofit Black “think-tank” and scientific, educational training and research corporation, based in Oakland, California.

LINKS OF INTEREST:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wade_Nobles
http://africana.sfsu.edu/people/faculty/wade-nobles
https://www.drwadenobles.com/

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