Towards An African Education: A Biia Book Review

Towards An African Education: A Biia Book Review

Summary: This book is a collection of articles written by the Black community for the Black community. These articles focus on education in our communities especially with a focus on children and us as an African people. By communities I mean all our communities. Some...
Book Reading and Discussion – A Sankofa Series Event

Book Reading and Discussion – A Sankofa Series Event

In this event, three of our selected authors will read and discuss their writings; Mahmoud El-Kati, Professor Emeritus of Macalester College, Eric Mahmoud President/CEO/Founder of Seed Academy and Harvest Best Academy, and Dr. Rose Brewer, Professor in Department of...
In Black Ink advances cause of children’s education

In Black Ink advances cause of children’s education

“Towards an African Education: Selected Writings on the Education and Development of Children of African Heritage” edited by Mahmoud El-Kati, is the newest offering from In Black Ink. The book launched in October in conjunction with In Black Ink’s Sankofa Series event...
Black Women Must Write, and Publish!

Black Women Must Write, and Publish!

In this segment of Urban Agenda, I’m in studio with Rekhet Si-Asar, Founder of ‘Ink Black Ink’, and Lesley Anne Brown, Author of ‘Decolonial Daughter: Letters from a Black Woman to her European Son‘. Join us as we explore myriad issues that are a part of living as...
Capturing Our Stories

Capturing Our Stories

IN BLACK INK SHARES THE ABSENT NARRATIVES OF MINNESOTA’S PEOPLE OF AFRICAN HERITAGE By definition, a story is an account of incidents or events. When certain narratives are absent, we miss points of view that strengthen the rich colorful fabrics of community. In Black...