- Black Business Association: http://www.bbala.org
- The Black Think Tank: http://www.blackthinktank.com/
- Community Coalition: http://www.cocosouthla.org/
- The Trumpet Awards: http://trumpetfoundation.org/
- The California Alliance of African-American Educators: http://www.caaae.org/
- Zabezi Bazzar: http://travel.yahoo.com/p-travelguide-2812611-zambezi_bazaar_los_angeles-i
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- Celebrating Black History 365 Days a Year: http://www.ls.cc.al.us/blackhistory/blackhistory.html
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- California African American Political and Economic Institute: http://www.csudh.edu/caapei/
- California African American Museum – http://www.caamuseum.org/
- Crenshaw Chamber of Commerce: http://www.crenshawchamber.com/index.php
- Greater Los Angeles African-American Chamber of Commerce – http://www.glaaacc.org/
- Marcus Garvey School – http://www.marcusgarveyschool.org/
- Los Angeles NAACP – http://www.naacp-losangeles.org/
- Local News of Leimert Park – http://www.leimertparkbeat.com/
- Professional Resource for African-Americans – http://www.blacknla.com/advertise.asp
- African Diaspora of Sacred Music and Musicians http://www.adsmm.org/
- Martin Luther King Day in Los Angeles
- Watts Summer Festival
- Black in LA
- Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce
CSU Dominguez Hills Welcomes
Former L.A. NAACP President Asadullah Samad
The California African American Political and Economic Institute at California State University, Dominguez Hills presents, “Constructing Black History in America: An Evolving Critique of Social Construction (PDF),” a lecture by Anthony Asadullah Samad.
Samad is the award-winning and bestselling author of “Souls for Sale: The Diary of an Ex-Colored Man,” and “50 Years after Brown: The State of Black Equality in America.” His latest, “Saving the Race: Empowerment through Wisdom,” is a book of affirmations targeting young black males. A national columnist for the past 20 years, he has been a critic of social, political and economic issues that impact American society.
Samad is a past president of the Los Angeles NAACP, and is currently a professor of political science and African American studies at East Los Angeles College. He has a bachelor’s degree in communications from California State University, Los Angeles, a master’s in public administration from the University of Southern California, a second master’s in political economy, and a doctorate degree in political science from the Claremont Graduate University’s School of Politics and Economics.
For more information, contact Dr. Munashe Furusa at (310) 243-3389 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAAPEI Executive Director Biography
Dr. Munashe Furusa is the Executive Director of California African American Political and Economic Institute (CAAPEI) and the Acting Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Humanities at California State University Dominguez Hills, where amongst numerous other university positions, he has served as Chair of Africana Studies, Chair of Academic Senate, Chair of the General Education Committee, and Director of the Institute for Global Intercultural Peace Building.
Dr. Furusa is also a member of the Board of Directors for the National Council for Black Studies. Before joining California State University Dominguez Hills, Dr. Furusa held numerous positions ranging in scope from high school principal in Zimbabwe to a national role as Chairman of the Zimbabwe Literature Curriculum Development Committee.
Dr. Furusa is an esteemed scholar, prolific author and lecturer and has written dozens of articles and books. His recent publications include Identity Construction and (Mis)Perceptions on Being Black in South Africa (forthcoming 2011), The Borders in All of Us: New Approaches to Global Diasporic Societies (2006), and African Womanhood in Zimbabwean Literature: New Critical Perspectives on Women’s Literature in African Languages (2006).
Amongst Dr. Furusa’s distinguished awards for professional and academic accomplishments are the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. Pi Chi Chapter Kwanzaa Award, for exemplifying the spirit of the 7th Principle of Kwanzaa- Imani, California State University Dominguez Hills Lyle Gibson Distinguished Teacher Award; Excellence in Service Award; Cheikh Anta Diop Award for Outstanding Research in Africana Studies; Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Teaching and Contribution to Africana People’s Struggles for Cultural Liberation; the Frederick Douglass Award for Outstanding Contribution to Africana Communities; the William A. Little and Monica Little Award for Outstanding Development of Student Scholarship; the Carson Black Chamber of Commerce Education Award, and the Outstanding Professor and Mentor Ward.