African Spirituality: Liberating Africans By Any Means Necessary
Easy online access to lectures and live sessions. Eye-opening & thought-provoking information to enrich your knowledge and find out more about the history of African people.
- Mon, Jul 24Roundtrip NYC to GhanaJul 24, 7:00 PM EDT – Aug 09, 6:30 AM EDTRoundtrip NYC to Ghana
- Tue, May 02Online Interest MeetingMay 02, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM EDTOnline Interest Meeting
A uniquely online African spiritual history video library. Let's enrich our knowledge about African history, culture & sacred science(spirituality) throughout the ages.
Scholar activist, Dynamic Speaker, and Organizational Consultant
Professor James Small is a scholar activist, dynamic speaker, and organizational consultant. He is CEO of Sanaa Lodge Enterprise, Ghana, Ltd.; CEO & President, African-American Management Company, Ghana, Ltd.; International Vice President, Organization of Afro-American Unity (O.A.A.U.); Int'l Vice President of World African Diaspora Union (WADU); Priest of Oya, Babalorisha, Ifa Tradition; former Imam (retired) of the Muslim Mosque Inc. founded by Malcolm X; and past President of the Eastern Region of the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilization (ASCAC).
A graduate of the City College of New York of the City University of New York, Prof. Small also taught for over fifteen years in the Department of Africana Studies of the City College of New York. He holds an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Divinity from Amen-Ra Theological Seminary, Los Angeles, CA.
Prof. Small is the Chief Historical Consultant of MGM+'s Godfather of Harlem TV movie series, starring Forest Whittaker. He's been featured in documentaries: HAPI; 1804; Hidden Colors; Out of Darkness; Heavy is the Crown; ABC Disney's production EPIX documentary series, Whatever Means Necessary; and Consultant & Narrator for Smithsonian Channel documentary, Cassius X: Becoming Ali.
Prof. James Small's Cultural Heritage African Tours, Inc. conducts educational & cultural pilgrimage/tours throughout Africa, Haiti and the United States.