What is African-based religions within the Western construction? Is there any form of Humanism that can be derived from within these mother-traditions and practices? Understanding that Africa is not culturally monolithic, nor are its people within the diaspora, what are the ‘unique particularly’ that we can learn as a Humanist Society through certain African-based epistemic principles. Join the Revolutionary Jé Hooper, an Upcoming Leader of the AEU and an Ohio University’s Ph.D scholar of African Arts and Performance, for a platform entitled: Afro-theosophy: Ancestral Wisdom and Creative Creolization. Through examining West African culture, particularly Yorubaland (in Nigeria), Jé will present a radical intersection on ethical-living and ethical actions through the lens of creolization as early examples of Black Humanism. Come share in the interconnectedness of global community and investigate our common ground as citizens together.