Perhaps less often than we should, the resistance and resilience of Africans in America is not celebrated from the very beginning. But we've resisted by loving our families, by standing against injustice. Come learn more about the resistance of Africans in America over the last 400 years from Achebe Powell. Moderated by Jacqui Lewis.
Achebe Powell is founder and director of Betty Powell Associates, has been an educator and human rights activist for over three decades. Her background in education spans twenty years, ranging from teacher of French in New York City high schools to professor of linguistics at the City University of New York at Brooklyn College. Learn more about Ms. Powell here.
Part of our 400 Years of Inequality & Resistance observances.