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Wed, Oct 11


Sankofa Video, Books, & Café

Black Children and Special Education

We're hosting Dr. Iya J'Nefer, The Integrative School Psychologist, as she presents an Afrikan Centered perspective on Black Children and Special Education!

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Black Children and Special Education
Black Children and Special Education

Time & Location

Oct 11, 2023, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Sankofa Video, Books, & Café, 2714 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA


About The Event

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About the presenter:

 Ìyá J’Nefer Higgins, M.Ed. 

Ìyá is the mother of ReGeneration180— the W.OM.B. of conscious comprehension & awareness of life.  She feeds the young-in-spirit the instruction, (self-)discipline & understanding necessary to manifest the Warrior, Overseer, Messenger & Beloved within.

J’Nefer is a beauty in her mindful nature, seeking to drive conscious change forward.  She is a nourisher of energy and a cultivator of light.   As an evolving goddess of inner & outer harmony, she innerstands that knowledge-of-Self is inseparable from the Divine, Supreme Intelligence.

She is a balance who seeks to Right the Wrongs done to our people.

She embodies good vibrations.

She is the considerate and conscious response to the state of Black education today.

She is the founder, lead cultivator, and Iya of ReGeneration180, the organization to bring forth the National Calabash of Alkebulan Studies (NCAS). They are a national organization that exists to teach Afrikan children how to think for themselves, speak for themselves, and act in their own best interest as well of the interests of our People worldwide.

Their mission is to restore natural light and regenerate natural genius, within every child of African descent.


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