African Studies


Closing one's  mind to facts destroys destiny!

African Museum

Black Church

The Black Church in 1758 in America was the institution as  the first source of land ownership for the Black people. During decades of oppression from white people, the Black Church poised as an ultimate threat to white people. The church was the place Africans sought for solace.

The Foundation for Sickle Cell Disease Research is a comprehensive, non-profit organization that provides a platform for researchers, healthcare providers, and those living with sickle cell disease. Working collaboratively with academia, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and community organizations, the best practices are identified to help with the management and future care for sickle cell patients.

President and Chief Health Officer

Dr. Lanetta Bronté

Founder, Foundation for Sickle Cell Disease Research

(954) 397-3251

Apostle's Blog

Golden Legacy

2 Chronicles 7:14

Phillis Wheatley