ARC proudly presents a noteworthy scholar, Professor Barry Hallen of the historical Morehouse College in Atlanta. Dr. Barry Hallen is a philosopher and the chair of Department of Philosophy & Religion at Morehouse College. Dr. Hallen has also received a Fulbright West African Research Grant (2003), served as General Secretary of the Society for African Philosophy in North America (SAPINA), and been President of the International Society for African Philosophy and Studies (ISAPS).

Africa Resource proudly presents award winning artist, George Fikry, a distinguished Egyptian painter, artist and professor of Art Education at Helwan University. George Fikry works in different media including painting, drawing, and computer art. Versatile in different fields, animation, video art, photography, graphics, installations, performance art and digital video, he engages in imaginative and expressive depiction of Egyptian social, cultural and political life.

Today we celebrate the life and times of Malcolm X. Included in this 30 minute audio mix are excerpts from his speeches which underscore is outlook and philosophy. We also have keen commentary from people like Sista Souljah and the late Ossie Davis. Breakdown FM w/ Davey D

Atobrah and his associates have developed the Integrated Distributed Utilities Network (IDUN) to provide support for infrastructure requirements for such basic needs as potable water, telecommunications and Internet access. An IDUN can be located at community-based clinics, village and town clinics, clinics-on-wheels and portable medical labs for dispensing anti-viral treatment for HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and other endemic diseases that plague those living in the developing world. Adequate medical care requires that practitioners and patients have access to such basics as a refrigerator, a light, record keeping and communication. From remote areas, a satellite phone powered by solar energy can send data to a central location to coordinate care and handle emergencies.

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