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A Day in the Life of a Kamali Academy Warrior Scholar

Why Black Schools? -Samori Speaks

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Kamali Academy at Kwanzaa 2010

Samori Camara: Fear is a toothless dog

Kamali Academy and the Butterfly Struggle

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8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. dawn tolbert
    Feb 16, 2011 @ 20:05:53

    Where is this school located? How can I begin a school solely for black children. To teach like our ancestors did from the past.

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  2. kamaliacademy
    Feb 17, 2011 @ 13:46:13

    Greetings Sista,

    The school is located in New Orleans. To get our thoughts on how to start a school like this, check out the links below.

    The Kamali Example: how to practically start a homeschool co-op.
    http://www.facebook.com/#!/note.php?note_id=480958899599

    Afrikan Schools or Reform Public Schools?
    http://www.facebook.com/#!/note.php?note_id=484966059599

    Take the Risk and Win for our People
    http://www.facebook.com/#!/note.php?note_id=495811134599

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  3. Rakia Ra
    May 11, 2011 @ 15:30:43

    The Butterfly struggle lesson was great! Such a great lesson not only for the young, but for the older heads too. Thank you for that.

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    • kamaliacademy
      May 11, 2011 @ 15:43:18

      Thank you. We are trying to instill the right values and attitudes into our students. We find that the stories are very useful.

      Reply

  4. Sista Gabbi
    Dec 30, 2011 @ 04:01:22

    Greetings,

    My name is Gabrielle Cooks. I have heard nothing but beautiful things about your school and would have it no other way than for my child(ren) to have an Afrocentric education and upbringing. My oldest daughter is 3 now, but turns 4 July 2012. I would like to know what grade/age the school starts at, whats the application process, and how much is the tuition/fees? Any and all feedback is much appreciated.

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  5. Crystal Kelly
    May 20, 2012 @ 22:05:17

    Hello,
    My son has one more year to go before he graduates from highschool. My concern is that, he experiences racial derrogatory remarks from both his African and caucasion school mates on a daily basis.It is indeed the norm. I want him to be a strong man of integrity, responsibility, pride and love for himself and his people and history. It’s not at all possible in the schools today, especially a predominately school run by whites. I don’t know what to do. It falls on deaf ears with an all white staff. I would like to homeschool him from here on out starting as soon as possible. Do you have homeschooling offered on-line for a 12th graders. I don’t want his spirit broken or self-hate ingrained in him any futher.
    Thank you

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    • kamaliacademy
      May 20, 2012 @ 22:22:42

      Greetings sista,

      We will have online classes available this fall. You might want to check your state’s homeschool laws. In Louisiana, if a student starts homeschool after 10th grade, he/she must take the GED. Email us KamaliAcademy@gmail.com with other questions.

      Revolutionary Love,

      Kamali Academy

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