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Jamon Jordan

Black Scroll Network History & Tours
BIO: Jamon Jordan is an educator, writer & historian. Also known as Baba Jamon, he has been a teacher of African & African American history for 20 years and a researcher of Black history for decades . He taught at the African centered Nsoroma Institute in Detroit for 10 years. He now runs Black Scroll Network History & Tours, where he leads tours and presentations dealing with African & African American history in the Detroit area, and throughout Michigan and the United States. He has given over 100 tours and presentations for Detroit Public Schools, Walled Lake Public Schools, and numerous charter schools, as well as university class groups from Wayne State, Michigan State, Georgetown, New York University & the University of Michigan. He has given hundreds of lectures and presentations for schools, churches, and organizations, including the Detroit Historical Society, the Historical Society of Michigan, the Jewish Historical Society, and the Underground Railroad National Conference. He has presented at churches, libraries, corporate meetings, and educational conferences throughout the state and the country. His lectures on Detroit's African American history has been featured in the Detroit News, the Detroit Free Press, CBS Radio, Deadline Detroit, NPR, C-SPAN, CNN, the History Channel, Detroit Public TV, WDET, Michigan Radio, 1200 WCHB, 910 AM, and WHPR. Along with being the founder & CEO of Black Scroll Network History & Tours, he is also the co-founder of the Black Scroll Study Group, an educational research organization that takes a study tour to a different site each year that is important to African & African American History. Jordan serves as the President of the Detroit branch of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH -Detroit), which is the Detroit chapter of the organization responsible for Black History Month. Jamon Jordan is committed to African & African American History and teaching it to as many people who will listen.