The Frator Heru Institute
The Frator Heru Institute (TFHI, pronounced FRAY-tor HAY-roo) is a 501(c)(3) community-based educational consortium with an offering to the community-at-large of over 50 on-site and mobile classes, seminars, workshops, consultancy and tutoring, ranging from rites-of-passage for girls and boys, computer training, mathematics, chess for beginners, community organizing, grant writing, non-profit governance, language arts, professional comic book creation, acting for beginners, business writing, story-quilting, certifications & training seminars in several critical areas, and much, much more!
The Institute is also recognized for its collaboration with many organizations, among them: The East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention, Inc. (ECBACC, Inc.); The Black Male Development Symposium (BMDS); The Uptown Entertainment and Development Corporation (UEDC); The After-School Activities Partnerships (ASAP); The Men’s Collaborative (TMC); the School District of Philadelphia (SDP); The African American United Fund (AAUF); & The Center For Literacy (CFL). For more than a quarter of a century The Institute has been dedicated to perennial excellence in community-based education and praxis!
to generate effective and strategic programs, projects and initiatives that promote self-development, stable families, communities and societies.
That each individual has a divine potential that can be tapped into through education to make that person the consummate being that s/he can be. All FHI seminars, workshops and classes are selected to be centering, empowering, ennobling and educational initiatives
The FHI provides expert and quality consulting in the following fields: community-based education / non-profit governance / rites-of-passage / parenting initiatives / human race studies / performing arts
Effective Training & Tutoring
Available: Acting / Computer Sciences / History / Language Arts: English, Spanish & Kiswahili / Mathematics /