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The Afronaut!

MLL educating Afronauts since 2012 CE, 2004 Ethiopian Calendar, 10,054th year of Yoruba records of time

Join an AfriClass

10 weeks of live, in-person, interactive, in-depth online classes taught by a caring teacher. In an AfriClass your child will become an Afronaut Explorer and earn their special Afronaut code name. Join and learn why the afronaut motto is: “Sharpen your eyes and Tune your ears, So you know what you see, Understand what you hear.” (from the poem by Listervelt Middleton)

Become an Afronaut

Meet other Afronauts, get a code-name, meet children and families from interesting places and explore our heritage together…..

What People Are Saying…

“I liked her activities, She had terrific teaching energy and she was exciting.”


“I learned about the Africans all over the world.”

“She kept me interested with new information”

“I learned that things are not always what they look like”

“The strengths were the songs and presentations”

“Mama Njeri knows a lot about history, she makes the classes fun and interesting. “

I enjoyed the interaction between student, teacher and the lessons. You were very hands on and gave each student a chance to participate and be heard.

“The images used at the beginning of the class to show how connected we are as a people globally was very empowering.”

“Showing how our great Khemetic ancestors embodied different principles and powers we see in the world and within us was awesome.

“My kids enjoyed interacting with everyone and learning more about electricity in an Africentric way.”

“I was satisfied with the content of they learned and the amount they learned from week to week.”

“We discuss African culture as a way of life here but the way that you presented the information through your power point presentations and your inquiry allowed students to embrace the information more personally.”

“The classes put my child in the front seat of his learning and allowed him to go through the different steps of observation, investigation and implementation.”

“I liked Mwalimu Njeri’s attentiveness, and sillyness with the children, delivery of the content, and overall structure and organization of the class and lesson plan.”

“High expectations, content, student interaction, teacher interaction, discussion, and presentation.”

“The ability to show Science in a way that students can see themselves and embrace it and use the information in their daily understanding of life.”

“Connection to African culture.”

“The teacher was engaging and patient in her teaching.”

“I loved this class!”

“I learned alot.”

“The class was interesting.”

“This was the best class better than all the other history and science classes i’ve ever had!”

“I loved the cool projects that we did and i also loved the story and riddles.”

“It was a great class I loved it!”

“I loved the class so much. It was a lot funner than I thought is would be!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”