R.E.A.D.: Restore Education of the Afrikan Diaspora
In an effort to increase literacy and cultural awareness among Afrikan people, at the end of each summer DGT (Da Ghetto Tymz magazine) will promote 'R.E.A.D.: Restore Education of the Afrikan Diaspora' by reading an article every day for the month of September. The theme is "30 Days, 30 Articles".
A concept conceived by DaGhettoTymz.com's founder, M'Bwebe Ishangi in 2012, each day during September will feature an article written by Ishangi with topics that will use Drs. Neely Fuller, Jr., Francess Cress-Welsing and Keidi Awadu's 10 Areas of People Activity (Economics, Education, Entertainment, Health, Labor, Law, Politics, Religion, Sex, & War) model with an intent focus on Diasporic Afrikan History and relationships with the world.
We encourage you to not only R.E.A.D, but also books, articles, and blogz from Afrikan people who have a vested interest in raising the mental and spiritual intellect of our people.
We hope you will join us in sharing this campaign with your family and friends. || Read Press Release ||