It is very important that African scholars move beyond mere debate and extend our cultural imperatives institutionally. Meanwhile, we must put pressure on our Black institutions such as the HBCUs to do more to improve our cultural gains. We must train Black Egyptologists and Middle-Eastern Studies scholars outside of the current academy who have done all that they could to keep us out of the discussion. The fact is that Black classical cultures were severed from Africa below the Sahara, purposely, thus mitigating the natural difussion that would have taken place, in the South. Meanwhile, more archaeological research needs to be done in so-called traditional Africa, as well. A huge finding in Nigeria a few years ago of a vast city has not gained the diffusion it deserves. Lastly, Kudo's to this page for creating a meaningful fraternity for the aforementioned ends.