Join me this coming Friday, February 28th at 9PM Eastern time, as I discuss and provide an overview of the Negro-Egyptian (Cyena-Ntu) language family, whose framework I utilize in Aaluja Vol. II: Cyena-Ntu Religion and Philosophy (2020). We explore the details of what makes this a language family and how it served as a model in the works of Jean-Claude Mboli (2010) and Asar Imhotep (2015, 2016, 2020) . This will be a lesson in linguistics, but efforts will be made to explain everything as simply as possible. We will also discuss, briefly, the epistemological problems with the Joseph Greenberg categorizations of African languages and how this paradigm has stifled African linguistics.