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  • Part 1Part 2 My dedication: RBG Afrikan-Centered Cultural Development and Education Wikizine RBG Communiversity
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  • WORKS BY DR. ASA GRANT HILLIARD IIIHilliard, Asa G. "The Egyptian Mystery System, Greek Philosophy and Dr. George G.M.James." Uraeus 1, No. 2 (1978): 46-48Hilliard, Asa G. "Free Your Mind, Return to the Source: The African Origin ofCivilization". San Francisco: Urban Institute for Human Services, 1978.Hilliard, Asa G. "Basic Family Bibliography on African and African-American Historyand Culture." Return to the Source 1, No. 4 (1982): 13.Hilliard, Asa G. "Kemetic Concepts in Education." Nile Valley Civilizations: Proceedingsof the Nile Valley Conference, Atlanta, Sept. 26-30. Edited by Ivan Van Sertima. NewBrunswick: Journal of African Civilizations, 1984: 153-62. 10
  • Hilliard, Asa G. Afterword to the Wonderful Ethiopians of the Ancient Cushite Empire, byDrusilla Dunjee Houston. Baltimore: Black Classic Press, 1985.Hilliard, Asa G. "Blacks in Antiquity: A Review." African Presence in Early Europe. Editedby Ivan Van Sertima. New Brunswick: Journal of African Civilizations, 1985: 90-95.Hilliard, Asa G. Introduction to Stolen Legacy, by George G.M. James. San Francisco:Julian Richardson Associates, 1985.Hilliard, Asa G. Foreword to Golden Names for a Golden People: African and ArabicNames, by Nia Damali. Atlanta: Blackwood Press, 1986. 11
  • Hilliard, Asa G. "Pedagogy in Ancient Kemet." Kemet and the African Worldview: Research,Rescue and Restoration. Edited by Maulana Karenga and Jacob H. Carruthers. Los Angeles:University of Sankore Press, 1986: 131-50.Hilliard, Asa G. The Cultural Unity of Black Africa: The Domains of Patriarchy and of Matriarchyin Classical Antiquity." Great African Thinkers. Vol. 1, Cheikh Anta Diop. Edited by Ivan VanSertima and Larry Obadele Williams. New Brunswick: Journal of African Civilizations, 1986:102-109.Hilliard, Asa G. Introduction to From the Browder File, by Anthony T. Browder. Washington,D.C.: Institute of Karmic Guidance, 1989.Hilliard, Asa G. "Kemetic (Egyptian) Historical Revision: Implications for Cross CulturalEvaluation and Research in Education." Evaluation Practice 10, No. 2 (1989): 7-23. 12
  • Hilliard, Asa. G. "Waset, The Eye of Ra and the Abode of Maat: The Pinnacle of BlackLeadership in the Ancient World." Egypt Revisited. Rev. ed. Edited by Ivan Van Sertima.New Brunswick: Journal of African Civilizations, 1989: 211-38.Hilliard, Asa G. Foreword to Kemet and Other Ancient African Civilizations: SelectedReferences, compiled by Vivian Verdell Gordon. Chicago: Third World Press, 1991.Hilliard, Asa G. "The Meaning of KMT (Ancient Egyptian) History for Contemporary African-American Experience, Part II" Color 1, No. 2 (1991): 10-13.http://www.ascac.org/bios/asahilliardbio.html 13