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Hidden Colors 2: An Evening with Anthony T. Browder
Start Date: 3/15/2013Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Date: 3/15/2013End Time: 9:00 PM
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The Department of Pan-African Studies and the Center of Pan-African Culture, in cooperation with Cleveland’s ASHE Cultural Center, is proud to announce: “Hidden Colors 2: An Evening with Anthony T. Browder,”  on Friday, March 15, 2013, at 7 p.m. in Oscar Ritchie Hall [ORH] Room 214 at Kent State University.  There will be a special screening of Hidden Colors 2 on Friday, March 8, 2013 at 7 p.m. in ORH 214.

Hidden Colors 2 is the follow up to the critically acclaimed 2011 documentary about the untold history of people of African and aboriginal descent.  This installment of Hidden Colors goes into topics such as: The global African presence, the science of melanin, the truth about the prison industrial complex, the hidden truth about Native Americans and much more.  Hidden Colors 2 is directed by New York Times best-selling author and film producer Tariq Nasheed.

Anthony T. Browder is an author, publisher, cultural historian, artist and an educational consultant.  He is a graduate of Howard University’s College of Fine Arts and has lectured extensively throughout the United States, Africa, Caribbean, Mexico, Japan and Europe on issues related to African and African American history and culture.  He is the founder and director of IKG Cultural Resources.  He has traveled to Egypt 47 times since 1980 and is currently director of the ASA Restoration Project which is funding the excavation and restoration of the 25th dynasty tomb of Karakhamun in Luxor, Egypt.  He is the author of six publications, including From the Browder File and Nile Valley Contributions to Civilization.

This program is free and open to the general public.  For more information, call 330-672-2300 or email

Location Information:
Kent Campus - Ritchie Hall
Room: 214
Contact Information:
Name: Mwatabu Okantah
Phone: 330-672-2300
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