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Molefi Kete Asante and Maulana N. Karenga received the 'JPAS Scholar Activist Legacy of Excellence Award' at the National Council of Black Studies 3th annual conference in Los Angeles, California (Westin Los Angeles Airport hotel), March 14, 2015. (L-R) Charles E. Jones (University of Cincinnati), Alan Colon (professor emeritus, Dillard University), Itibari M. Zulu (senior editor, The Journal of Pan African Studies), awardee and JPAS advisory board member Molefi Kete Asante (Temple University), JPAS editorial board member Jahi Issa (The Wells-Du Bois Institute), awardee Maulana N. Karenga (California State University, Long Beach), National Council for Black Studies Vice President Amilcar Shabazz (University of Massachusetts, Amherst), Valerie Grim (Indiana University), Sundiata Cha-Jua (University of Illinois, Champagne Urbana, Akinyele Umoja (Georgia State University), James (Jim) Stewart (professor emeritus, Pennsylvania State University). Photo by Drew Brown, Ph.D. candidate/teaching assistant, Department of African American Studies, Temple University.

(L-R) JPAS Scholar Activist Legacy of Excellence Award and JPAS advisory board member Molefi Kete Asante (Temple University), Charles E. Jones (University of Cincinnati), Alan Colon (professor emeritus, Dillard University), Itibari M. Zulu (senior editor, The Journal of Pan African Studies), JPAS editorial board member Jahi Issa (The Wells-Du Bois Institute), Sundiata Cha-Jua (University of Illinois, Champagne Urbana, Valerie Grim (Indiana University), and James Conyers (University of Houston). March 14, 2015, Los Angeles, California (Westin Los Angeles Airport hotel), Photo by Drew Brown, Ph.D. candidate/teaching assistant, Department of African American Studies, Temple University.

JPAS Scholar Activist Legacy of Excellence Award awardee Maulana N. Karenga (California State University, Long Beach), with James (Jim) Stewart (professor emeritus, Pennsylvania State University) to his right. March 14, 2015, Los Angeles, California (Westin Los Angeles Airport hotel). Photo by Drew Brown, Ph.D. candidate /teaching assistant, Department of African American Studies, Temple University.

(L-R) Itibari M. Zulu (senior editor, The Journal of Pan African Studies) presents award to Maulana N. Karenga as JPAS editorial board member Jahi Issa (The Wells-Du Bois Institute), JPAS Scholar Activist Legacy of Excellence Award awardee and JPAS advisory board member Molefi Kete Asante (Temple University), James Conyers (University of Houston), and James (Jim) Stewart (professor emeritus, Pennsylvania State University) looks toward the direction of JPAS Scholar Activist Legacy of Excellence Award honoree Maulana N. Karenga. March 14, 2015, Los Angeles, California (Westin Los Angeles Airport hotel). Photo by Drew Brown, Ph.D. candidate/teaching assistant, Department of African American Studies, Temple University.

(L-R) Itibari M. Zulu (senior editor, The Journal of Pan African Studies), JPAS editorial board member Jahi Issa (The Wells-Du Bois Institute) and JPAS Scholar Activist Legacy of Excellence Award awardee and JPAS advisory board member Molefi Kete Asante (Temple University). March 14, 2015, Los Angeles, California (Westin Los Angeles Airport hotel). Photo by Drew Brown, Ph.D. candidate/teaching assistant, Department of African American Studies, Temple University.

JPAS editorial board member Jahi Issa (The Wells-Du Bois Institute) talking to the conference audience before he presents the JPAS Scholar Activist Legacy of Excellence Award to JPAS advisory board member Molefi Kete Asante (Temple University) with Itibari M. Zulu (senior editor, The Journal of Pan African Studies) to his right and James Conyers (University of Houston) to his left. March 14, 2015, Los Angeles, California (Westin Los Angeles Airport hotel). Photo by Drew Brown, Ph.D. candidate/teaching assistant, Department of African American Studies, Temple University.
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