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Cedric McCay
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#BeautifulAfrica. Culture. Service. Humanity. Connecting Diaspora. Jayhawks. Social Media. Je parle français!
#BeautifulAfrica. Culture. Service. Humanity. Connecting Diaspora. Jayhawks. Social Media. Je parle français!

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#BeautifulAfrica Founder of Chicago, Jean-Baptiste du Sable.
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#BeautifulAfrica Social conflict and Social Consciousness! African people fighting to determine their identity. Wed 26 April 2017. Cercle FABOU! in Chicago. Please feel welcome to join us! 
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#BeautifulAfrica My first visit to NMAAHC! My wife wasn't able to be with me, but some thoughtful curator did a wonderful thing at the Greek-letter organization exhibit to bring us together, in another way! #ILoveOurCulture
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#BeautifulAfrica This is #winning! Yesterday, I met Dr. Gregg Carr @AfricanaCarr at Howard University during our #PEHBCU2017 college tour! Dr. Carr is an amazing scholar doing really great work for our people and our social and spiritual liberation. 
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#BeautifulAfrica On Fri 03312017 a documentary film on our legendary scholar Cheikh Anta Diop, Best Doc film at the 2017 FESPACO -- just its latest award (Berlin, LA PanAfrican film fests) and recently having been shown in New Orleans @ Dillard University and in Atlanta at Morehouse University -- will be screened!

Time: 6H30 PM, doors open at 6p

Location: The Screeing will take place at Northeastern Illinois’ Jacob Carruthers Center for Inner City Studies (CCICS) Campus which is located at: 700 E. Oakwood Blvd, Chicago, Illinois.
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#BeautifulAfrica Had a great time last night at Cercle FABOU! We discussed African women's history and achievements, this month. We hold our wine/cheese reception and discussion the last Wednesday of every month in Bronzeville in Chicago. You are welcome!

F is for fluency in language, our approach.
A is for Africa, our interest.
B is for Bronzeville, our location.
O is for organized, our method of operation.
U is for urbane, our situation. NOTE: Many of us have university educations and have traveled across oceans on vacation. The poor in the world don't do such things. We have been given much; we have much to give back.

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Reason no. 27 why I enjoy AppleCare: stuff gets replaced when it doesn't work right. I can't count how many of these I used to replace before!
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#BeautifulAfrica Teen's scrapbook amazes Smithsonian curators - CNN

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#BeautifulAfrica Pharoah Sanders & John Coltrane Two or our late musical geniuses. Ascension Session, June 1965 photograph by Chuck Stewart
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