Founder & CEO
Emmanuel Kulu, Jr.
African American author and writer of Cameroonian descent Emmanuel Kulu, Jr. has a deep passion for history and creative arts.
Kulu questioned the validity of prior novel and film depictions of the imagery of the Ancient Egyptians who were in fact, African people. Based on his study and research, Kulu created a mythological story based off true events: I Black Pharaoh: Rise To Power.
He took his passion a step further and founded the Ancient African Antiquities Research Institute of America in effort to provide digital and print resources, workshops, live speaker series, and more to the public…
African American Researcher
Of Afro-latina American descent. Chey is a research historian with an insatiable passion for history and cultural connections globally.
Chey has always been inthralled by history around the world especially in ancient times. From an early age she was always interested in ancient Egypt. Seeing the hidden truths share through subliminal visuals she decided to educate her self further. Growing older Chey began finding the connections between civilizations through Ancient Scared math and travel. It was Spain that truly sparked a roaring fire for the quest for knowledge and to share the truths when she saw Gibraltar looked straight on to Africa realizing the general education she experienced was faulted…