Tuesday, March 20, 2007
ORANGEBURG – Author and cultural historian Anthony T. Browder will address SC State’s student body during the latest installment of SC State’s Awakenings Lecture Series.
The lecture, sponsored by the SC State Office of Student Life and Leadership, will be held on Thursday, March 29, 2007, at 8 p.m. in the Bulldog Lounge of the Kirkland W. Green Student Center. There is no cost to attend the lecture and community is welcome to attend. For additional information, contact the SC State Office of Student Life and Leadership at (803) 536-7057.
The Awakening Lecture Series is designed to increase cultural awareness among the SC State community. The event brings a variety of experts to the campus to share their knowledge and experiences.
Anthony T. Browder is an author, publisher, cultural historian, educational consultant and artist. He lectures extensively on topics pertaining to African and American history and culture. He is also the founder and director of the Institute of Karmic Guidance (IKG).
Browder established IKG as an educational organization, primarily devoted to the re-discovery and application of ancient African history, culture and wisdom. From its inception, the Institute of Karmic Guidance has offered classes that were designed to reacquaint people to the light of “Ancient Egypt.” In 1987, IKG established the “Free Your Mind” lecture series that has featured presentations by world-renowned historians, scientists, psychologists and scholars. Over 300 hours of these historic presentations were archived on audio and videotape, and are currently being distributed to schools, households, universities and institutions worldwide.
Under the direction of its founder, the Institute of Karmic Guidance has touched the lives of tens of thousands throughout the world. Through the Institute, Browder has lectured in multiple forums and has personally escorted over 1,000 people on study tours to Egypt, West Africa and Mexico, re-acquainting them with their ancient African heritage.
Browder is the author of several books including From the Browder File, Nile Valley Contributions To Civilization and From the Browder File Vol. II: Survival Strategies for Africans in America.