RBG COMMUNIVERSITY GOALS
1. To familiarize and expose learners to a wide variety of 19th and 20thcentury African-American leaders and our rich history of struggles forhuman and civil rights, national liberation and self-determination.2. To expose learners to a Concentrically Integrated African-CenteredLiberal Arts Curriculum-including, online mini-lectures, commentariesand interviews from our authors, playwrights, poets, activist andscholars-that will enable large amounts of information to becomprehended in a relatively short period of time.3. To continue the development of an appreciation of Afrikan-CenteredEducation propagated through the Afrikan oral & musical traditions;including Afrikan Drums, Spoken Word / Rap, R & B, Blues, Jazz andReggae.4. To draw lessons from the rich legacy of struggle and resistance tooppression within the New Afrikan (Afrikans in America) communitythrough critical analysis of videos, photo-stories, multimedia essays andPowerPoint shows and scholarly charts, tables, graphs and PDFdocuments; thus fostering sociopolitical activism in the learners ownlives.5. To develop, encourage and diversify strategies for learning about andresponding to social, political, cultural and moral issues impactingAfrikans in America, thus increasing psycho-cultural and sociopoliticalcomprehension, interpretation, action and reaction skills.
SEVEN MAIN GOALS