PAHW Museum welcomes Anthony Browder
Anthony T. Browder, Author, Publisher, Cultural Historian, Artist, and an Educational Consultant, has offered to be Resource Facilitator to the Pan African Heritage World Museum Curatorial Board in creating both the digital and the physical museum in Accra, Ghana.
He is a graduate of Howard University’s College of Fine Arts and has lectured extensively throughout the United States, Africa, Caribbean, Mexico, Japan and Europe, on issues related to African and African American History and
Anthony Browder is the Founder and Director of IKG Cultural Resources, and currently Director of the ASA Restoration Project, with over 30 years’ experience researching into ancient Egyptian history, science, philosophy and culture, Anthony Browder joins the PAHW Museum project at an exciting time in affirming that ancient Africans were the architects of civilization and developed the rudiments of what has become the scientific, religious, and philosophical backbone of mankind.
Welcoming Anthony Browder, Founder and Executive Chairman Kojo Yankah said he was ‘elated to have Tony, a close associate of the late Runoko Rashidi join an already powerful team on the Curatorial Board’.
PAHWM Curatorial Board, under the guidance of Prof Molefi Kete Asante and curating consultant Babacar MBow, is producing the digital version of the Pan African Heritage World Museum to be launched virtually on January 24, 2022. It will be open to the public ahead of the physical museum cal museum scheduled to be completed for commissioning in August 2023.
ABOUT Pan African Heritage World Museum (PAHWM)
The mission the Pan African Heritage World Museum is to create an environment for people of African descent and all others to discover and experience the true history of the origins of humanity, the development of cultures and the great civilizations of the Nile Valley that influenced the past, inform the present, and will shape the future, serving as an inspiration for generations to come. The museum is a member of the Association of African American Museums. For more information visit www.pahw.org and www.blackmuseums.org