Htp, mekyea mo, Greetings! I spent my “conscious”, formative years on the east coast, primarily in Washington DC, while completing my degree at Howard University. I was exposed to many of our great thinkers and do-ers of the day, such as Nana Kwame Ture, Nana Dr. Frances Cress Welsing and Nana John Henrik Clarke, and I was greatly influenced by the “Afrocentric” writings of the 80's by scholars such as Dr. Molefi Kete Asante. After returning to Indianapolis, I established workshops and classes that promoted Afrikan cultural awareness and empowerment. In 2012, I founded Fawohodie Sua Pan-Afrikan Educational Online School as a means for my daughter and other families to access more Afrikan-centered instruction. I have been teaching students for over 30 years and have received multiple awards recognizing my work and commitment. I enjoy graphic designing, and am passionate about Afrikan dance, music and culture and often incorporate this into my curriculum. In October of 2020, I moved to Ghana.
Contact info for Ɛna Njideka
Ph: +233 20 473 8268