Kimani Nehusi (PhD) is a progressive African historian born in Guyana. Dr. Nehusi, who was also widely known as an athlete and community organiser, has lectured at the University of Guyana, the University of London and University of East London. He is known for his work on lingustics and Ancient Egyptian( Kemet) linguistic dispersal and has a study remit in African and Caribbean history and society, including Nile Valley societies; research methodologies; education and socialisation and African and Caribbean languages.
- From Medew Netjer to Ebonics
- Ethnic Minority (validity of the term)(paper)
- Language in the Construction of Afrikan Unity: Past, Present and Policy ’ in Mammo Muchie. (2003) The Making of Africa-Nation: Africanism and the African Renaissance. Adonis-Abbey Publishing House, London.
- 'Who Is an Afrikan?' African Renaissance. Vol. 1, No. 2. September/October, 2004.