Ashra Kwesi

After attending a lecture by Master Teacher Dr. Yoseph Ben-Jochannan, Ashra Kwesi traveled to Kemet to gain first hand knowledge of the African origins of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Since then, he has led multiple expeditions back to our cultural cradle every year for more than 30 years. He, along with his wife of 23 years, Merira Kwesi, own and operate Kemet Nu Productions.

Master Teacher Ashra Kwesi has delivered lectures and guided discussions at Tuskegee, Stanford, and Northwestern University, and has been a featured presenter at the Pan African Congress in both London, Manchester and Birmingham, England and at the African Holocaust Conference, the Big 12 Black Student Conference, and at the National Alliance of Black School Educators.

Master Teacher Ashra Kwesi has delivered lectures and guided discussions at Tuskegee, Stanford, and Northwestern University, and has been a featured presenter at the Pan African Congress in both London, Manchester and Birmingham, England and at the African Holocaust Conference, the Big 12 Black Student Conference, and at the National Alliance of Black School Educators.

Master Teacher Ashra Kwesi has delivered lectures and guided discussions at Tuskegee, Stanford, and Northwestern University, and has been a featured presenter at the Pan African Congress in both London, Manchester and Birmingham, England and at the African Holocaust Conference, the Big 12 Black Student Conference, and at the National Alliance of Black School Educators.

Master Teacher Ashra Kwesi has delivered lectures and guided discussions at Tuskegee, Stanford, and Northwestern University, and has been a featured presenter at the Pan African Congress in both London, Manchester and Birmingham, England and at the African Holocaust Conference, the Big 12 Black Student Conference, and at the National Alliance of Black School Educators.

Master Teacher Ashra Kwesi has delivered lectures and guided discussions at Tuskegee, Stanford, and Northwestern University, and has been a featured presenter at the Pan

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