Khafre Kujichagulia Abif, MLS is an AIDS Activist, Founder/Executive Director of Cycle for Freedom a 2,028-mile national HIV/AIDS mobilization campaign. Khafre will cycle the Underground Railroad Bicycle Route from Owen Sound, Canada to Mobile, Alabama over 75 days sharing strategies designed to increase HIV testing among African Americans and Latino’s communities while confronting the three critical issues that fuel the HIV pandemic; HIV-related stigma, homophobia, and lack of education.
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More About Khafre
Khafre has begun a promising career in publishing with early professional efforts which include co-editing with Teresa Y. Neely, In Our Own Voices: The Changing Face of Librarianship (Scarecrow Press, 1996); “Afrikan-Centered Scholar: At Work in the Children’s Room” in the same volume; “At Work in the Children’s Room: Building Literacy, Building Families” appears in Poor People and Library Services edited by Karen Venturella (McFarland & Co., 1998), “Library Service and Black America’s Children” appeared in Handbook of Black Librarianship by E. J. Josey and Marva DeLoach (Scarecrow Press; 2nd Edition, 2000). He served as Associate Editor for Black Issues Book Review, Children’s Bookshelf for three years. This forthcoming works include, Raising Kazembe, and Fall to Grace.
Cornbread, Fish and Collard Greens: Prayers, Poems & Affirmations