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IKG Cultural Resource Center


Ancestral Remembrance Gatherings

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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ASA Restoration Project!

Pledge Your Support Today

It’s been brought to our attention that some of you prefer not to make online contributions by check. That is perfectly acceptable. Please make your checks payable to IKG CC and mail to: IKG / 1816 12th Street, NW / Washington, DC 20009.

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Study Tour in Egypt

Study tour in Kemet

27th Annual “Ancient Egypt: Light of The World” Study Tour

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Personally Escorted by Anthony T. Browder, Director of IKG & the ASA Restoration Project

Tour Highlights include visits to Giza, Sakkara, Aswan, Abu Simbel, Luxor and South Asasif where you will see the excavation and restoration of the tombs of Karakhamun and Karabasken.

Tour operated by Consolidated Tours Inc. For tour details please call 1-800-554-4556 or email them at info@ctoinc.com.

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New Book Release

The Banneker City Cultural Circle releases Hidden Truths: A Resource Guide for Hidden Colors 2 provides a starting place to deepen their understanding of the topics presented during the film.

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Monthly Lectures

Wisdom Wesnesday lectures draw on the deep well of African history, culture & wisdom in order to engage in Sankofa for the benefit of current and future generations.

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Secrets Hidden in Plain Sight

We show you where ancient African culture and influence is found in and around DC. We decode “secrets hidden in plain site,” through a study of Masonic, Egyptian, American, and DC history.

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8,000 Years Of History In The Palm Of Your Hand

Help Us Write Our Ancestors’ History

ASA Restoration Project

The ASA Restoration Project was established in 2008 to honor the work of Dr. Asa G. Hilliard, III and support the archeological research of South Asasif Conservation Project.

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See the Land of the Ancestors with Us!

Study Tour in Egypt

You are cordially invited to join IKG on our Annual Study Tour to Egypt. As you travel with us down the Nile you will see incredible sites and your life will be transformed as you participate in many of the life altering cultural experiences we have planned.

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Educational Materials for Adults & Youth

IKG Store

Your hub for African Centered IKG educational materials. Choose from books, DVD’s digital downloads, eBooks and more!

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