ASCAC

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ASCACAssociation for the Study of Classical African Civilizations (Los Angeles, California)
ASCACAdvanced Scientific Computing Advisory Committee (est. 1999; US Department of Energy)
ASCACAntisubmarine Classification & Analysis Center
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To explore the real contribution of AscAc in the ccNPs formation, an experiment under the same conditions was performed in the absence of CTAB surfactant.
The formation of the ccNPs begins with the addition of AscAc in water.
As an African centered research specialist he co-founded of the Bennu Study Group and the coordinator of the ASCAC Study Group of Atlanta.
Clarke have called for it, and Jacob Carruthers, following their lead has tried to implement some important aspects of it in his lifetime (i.e., ASCAC), and several of today's ACCTs like Chinweizu, Anderson Thompson, Marimba Ani, Ayi Kwei Armah and a faithful few others are continuing this righteous effort.
NTeri Nelson in Boston ASCAC and Nile Valley studies.
Rashid, trained within the traditions of ASCAC and Jacob Carruthers, provides a timely analysis on the intersection of culture, power and knowledge production.
These four commissions also serve as research components of the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations (ASCAC) established in February, 1984 at Los Angeles, California, of which the KI is a member organization (Carruthers & Harris, 2002).
Queen Nzinga Ratibisha Heru, International President (1990-2011) of the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations (ASCAC) at the 2010 ASCAC Midwest Regional Conference in Detroit, Michigan (photo by The Kemetic Institute of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois).
(1) Greg Kimathi Carr, "The African-Centered Philosophy of History: An Exploratory Essay on the Genealogy of Foundationalist Historical Thought and African Nationalist Identity Construction," in The African World History Project--The Preliminary Challenge, (Los Angeles: ASCAC Foundation, 1997), 285-320.
For the past 25 years, The Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations (ASCAC) has demonstrated a consistent commitment to provide the Pan-African global family with an institutional vehicle for the presentation of knowledge of African civilizations and its relevance to our contemporary lives.