Africa – Past, Present, and Future
Group Discussion & Book Talk – Please join us for a group discussion with Harvard Sub-Saharan African Alumni Association Director, Michelle Mfuni, and Karl A. Mitchell, author of “Afrika’s Struggle: His Experiential Journey”
Harvard Book Promotion
Emerging intellectual leaders’ responsibility to African-Americans, West Indians and Africans: How are we contributing to our future generations in the African diaspora?
Karl A. Mitchell, BA, MA, MA, was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica. He is the product of a diverse heritage and the embodiment of Jamaica’s motto: out of many, one people. Mitchell’s father’s father’s father was born and raised as a Jamaican Maroon, while his mother’s mother’s mother was born and raised as a Jew in Jamaica. Mitchell has earned a bachelor’s degree and two master’s degrees. Currently, he is pursuing a doctorate. He lives in New York, where he works as a consultant, lecturer, author, and entrepreneur.
Karl’s Panel Discussion Press Release via Jamaicans.com
West Indian Social Club to Premier “Queen Nanny” Documentary In Honor of Black History Month, February 28, 2016
Karl’s Panel Discussion Press Release via thecaribbeancurrent.com
Jamaica’s National Heroine, Nanny of the Maroons, memorialized in Roy Anderson’s film
Online Radio Interview with Lois Grant
The Culture Mix is hosted by Ras Imel and features a discussion on Reggae music and Rastafari with Ansel Cridland. The feature Broad Abroad with Lois Grant features Jamaican Author Karl Mitchell.
Online Radio Interview with Blog Talk Radio
Here is a riveting interview with Karl.A. Mitchell, a historical novelist. He discusses the message and meanings of his new book, Afrika’s Struggle: His Experiential Journey whose inspirational story will warm your heart.