E.G.P.A stands for Economic Growth of Pan-Africans. After spending 4 months in Europe in the latter part of 2011, I began to truly submerge myself in all aspects of African studies. In a little over a year and a half, I am done researching and I am ready to take action...In the fall of 2013 I will begin the last year of my "education" at college. With a Bachelor's degree in Health & Human Services in hand, I will be forced into yet another job that has been created to have me work for an organization/company that is most likely run by a non-African. I don’t know about you, but I cannot see myself working a 9-5 until I turn 65 (or 75, the way the economy is looking these days). E.G.P.A is not just the name of this blog; it’s what I would to think of as the evolution of a revolution. I want to do so much work surrounding this living and breathing entity that I believe is still alive in the minds of Africans today. So join in the brainstorming of the movement!
If you want to see the "Student behind the vision", may I guide you tot he top left corner......Send me your thoughts and your opinions about whats going on today! I would love to hear them: SpreadEGPA@gmail.com
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(1912) John, Loula, and their son W.D Williams in their automobile in Greenwood, Oklahoma….A rare sight to see at the time.