Mahmoud El-Kati: Educator, Activist, Lecturer, Writer & Commentator

1 Posted by - September 1, 2018 - Black History, LATEST POSTS
Mahmoud El-Kati is a pioneer educator, activist, lecturer, writer, and commentator on the African American experience. El-Kati is from Savannah, Georgia, he ismahmoud-el-katik the son of Rufus Williams and Razzie Garvan Williams. He attended Booker T. Washington High School in Miami, Florida and later graduated from Wilberforce University where he majored in contemporary African American history.
His many articles, essays and reviews have appeared in the New York Times, St. Paul Pioneer Press, Star Tribune, Insight News, The Spokesman, and The Nigerian Times and cover the “myth of race,” Ebonics, gang activity, African Americans and sports and other issues. He has also published dozens monographs and pamphlets, and contributed to the MacMillan Press encyclopedia, Civil Rights in the United States.
He is co-founder and director of the annual Pan-African Conference at Mankato State University, which over the last 24 years, has featured discussions on African thought throughout the Diaspora. El-Kati is actively involved in community organizations, such as March, a Twin Cities group that formed following the Million Man March, the Minneapolis-based Stairstep Foundation and KMOJ, a community radio station in Minneapolis.
El-Kati is the recipient of the National Association of Black Storytellers’ Zora Neale Hurston Award; given to people whose scholarly historical writings preserve the culture and tradition of African and African-American people in America.
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  • Timothy Clark March 13, 2017 - 8:58 pm Reply

    The great Mahmoud El-Kati was my professor, teacher, mentor, and friend at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota. I studied and learned the history of African American and African people under his brilliant tutelage. He was a guiding lights for thousands of African American and other students having the privilege to study history under Brother El-Kati at Macalester College. As my intellectual “father,” I learned a fountain of knowledge from this great man. The many, wonderful lessons I learned from this great teacher have guided me throughout my life. It remains one of the greatest honor in my life to have studied under this outstanding teacher. It remains a great honor to call this wonderful man my teacher and friend. Thank you for posting this fine article about Brother Mahmoud El-Kati.

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