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Karenga, Maulana


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    • Everett-Karenga, Ron N.
    • Everett, Ron
    • Karenga, M. Ron (Maulana Ron)
    • Karenga, Maulana Ndabezitha
    • Karenga, Ron
    • Maulana Karenga
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    • found: Introduction to Black studies, c1982:t.p. (Maulana Karenga) p. 4 of cover (assoc. prof., Black studies, California State Univ. at Long Beach)
    • found: LC data base, 7/11/83(hdg.: Karenga, Maulana)
    • found: nuc87-97583: His Kwanzaa, 1977(hdg. on MiEM rept.: Karenga, Maulana; usage: M. Ron Karenga)
    • found: Maat, the moral ideal in ancient Egypt...; 1994:t.p. (Maulana Ndabezitha Karenga)
    • found: Kwanzaa, 1997:CIP t.p. (Maulana Karenga, the creator of Kwanzaa) data sheet (b. 07-14-1941)
    • found: nuc89-70142: His Afro-American nationalism [MI] 1976(hdg. on OU rept.: Everett-Karenga, Ron N., 1941- ; usage: Ron N. Everett-Karenga)
    • found: His Kawaida and questions of life and struggle, 2007:ECIP t.p. (Maulana Karenga) data view (b. July 14, 1941; prof. of Africana Studies, Calif. State Univ., Long Beach)
    • found: Wikipedia.org, viewed Aug. 27, 2007biography (Ron Karenga; Maulana Karenga (b. July 14, 1941), also known as Ron Everett; author and political activist; founder of Kwanzaa) - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Karenga
    • found: African American National Biography, accessed via The Oxford African American Studies Center online database, July 27, 2014:(Karenga, Maulana; Ronald McKinley Everett; educator, author, social theorist, and activist; born 14 July 1941 in Parsonburg, Maryland, United States; attended Los Angeles City College (1959); BA and an MA in Political Science and African Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) (1964); helped rebuild the Watts community (1965) and adopted the names Maulana (meaning "master teacher") and Karenga (meaning "keeper of the tradition" ); formed the Organization Us, also known as the US Organization (1966); in 1976 earned his first PhD from U.S. International University (1976); served as a member of the planning committee for the Pan African Festival of Arts and Culture in Dakar, Senegal, and as the chairman of the delegation of educators and activists of Organization Us to Cuba (1986); was a chairman of the Department of Black Studies at California State University, Long Beach (1989-2002); earned a second PhD in 1994, a doctorate in Social Ethics from the University of Southern California (USC))
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    • 1983-07-15: new
    • 2017-01-03: revised
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