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Welcome to The Catherine Acholonu Centre for African Cultural Studies

Dedicated to the Research and Study of African Culture

The Catherine Acholonu Centre for African Studies was set up as a research outfit aimed at separating fact from fiction  and to search out and document Black Africa's Cultural and Scientific contributions to human civilization. A major entry point of its work is the research work on the Ikom Monoliths of Cross River State, Nigeria. More than 300 inscribed ancient stones located in the villages and forests of Ikom Local government in South Eastern Nigeria which have attracted researchers for over a century. The centre began work on the monoliths in 2001. More on the finds

Best Seller They Lived Before Adam

The Olaudah Equiano Global Legacy Project  
One of the most interesting and intriguing projects conducted by the CARC which traces the Nigerian origins of 18th Century author and ex-slave Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa the African as he preferred calling himself.

Professor Catherine Acholonu The Founder of the Catherine Acholonu Research Foundation
Catherine Obianuju Acholonu, the writer, researcher and former lecturer on African Cultural and Gender Studies. A Celebrated cultural scientist who has bagged several awards internationally. The most recent of the prestigious titles is from Isseke . Read more about her.
(Prince) Dr. Ajay Prabhakar the Co-Founder of CARC
This prominent Pan African Award winner and holder of prestigious titles like the "Ambassador of African Renaissance" &"Emissary of Asian-African Technical and Cultural Revolution" conferred on him by the Federal Government of Nigeria.
Read more about him here.
Books Published by CARC
Be it "Motherism" or the "Earth Unchained" or the bestseller research series  "The Gram Code of the African Adam"or the play "Who's the head or state", Purchase your copies of these CARC publications in this section. Purchase books of CARC here. 
"They Lived" at Schonburg Center The Lost Testament of the Ancestors of Adam, Unearthing Heliopolis/Igbo Ukwu - The Celestial City of the Gods of Egypt and India (Book 3 of the Adam Trilogy, sequel to They Lived Before Adam) More TLBA EBOOK