• Otu Kwaku, Chief Editor
  • Queen Naa Kwateokor Akosua Ali-Sabree
  • Sankofa Consulting Group, Media & Marketing Advisors

Otu Kwaku, co-founder and chief editor is noted for his easy going and calm manner. He has over forty years of experience as a proficient and much loved educator. Baba Otu’s passion for literature, especially by African-Americans and Africans in the Diaspora, the written word, and art show through his own seasoned poetry, prose, and information he imparts when he teaches. His students, colleagues, and clients all comment on his high level of integrity, patience, creativity, and knowledge. He facilitates Ujima Press RC's Soulful Writing workshop, which is held quarterly.  Baba Otu a minister of the International Society of Indigenous Sovereigns, is also a published author, devoted husband, father, grandfather, and founder of Hippos Books and Things www.HipposBooksandThings.com  www.LiberatedMindZ.com

Queen Naa Kwateokor Akosua Ali-Sabree, affectionately called MaMa Akosua is the director of the Amadi Wellness Connection (AWC)www.bewellrelax.com and founder of the Amadi Universal Light Mission (AULM) and Ujima Press RC. MaMa Akosua, a minister of the International Society of Indigenous Sovereigns is also a talk radio producer and host on the Harambee Radio Network www.harambeeradio.com and program director of the Annual International Locks Conference: Natural Hair, Wholistic Health & Beauty Expo www.locksconference.com.  

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