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It’s official!

We are now in the midst of a Corona Pandemic which is causing everyone everywhere to reevaluate everything.

While negotiating this rapidly changing landscape I find that “Social Distancing” is the word of the hour. Thinking about the safety of others is the prerequisite behavior of the moment and the appropriate response to this crisis.

I have therefore decided, in the interest of public safety and a genuine concern for the wellbeing of our supporters, to restructure our Wisdom Wednesday sessions to be held online and our Egypt on the Potomac Field Trips until further notice. These are temporary measures. I will continue monitoring situations and respond in an appropriate and responsible manner and keep you informed of our future activities.

During these times of overwhelming uncertainty, it is critically important for us to remain fearless, focused and faithful to the forces that have always guided, inspired and protected us.


Anthony T. Browder


IKG is an educational organization devoted to the re-discovery and application of ancient African history, culture and wisdom. It was founded in 1981 by “Cultural Memory Specialist” Anthony Browder who sought to challenge distorted perceptions of Africa perpetuated in media and classrooms.

As the architects of civilization, ancient Africans developed the humanizing principles which established the foundation for world civilization. It is within this framework that IKG concentrates its research and disseminates its findings in an effort to demystify history and present knowledge that can be readily applied in a practical and personal manner. Read more.

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