THE MEANING OF KWANZAA! The word KWANZAA (K-wahn-zah) “is derived from the Swahili word KWANZA and is part of the phrase Matunda Ya Kwanza (first fruits).” It is a time to celebrate the Afrikan in you, the good in you, the good you have done in your life, your thoughts, words and actions on behalf Continue Reading
Adinkra Symbols http://www.daghettotymz.com/rkyvz/articles/thanks/thanks.html http://www.scribd.com/doc/22218544/GYE-NYAME Read about two holiday alternative to misgiving for Afrikan people; Gye Nyame, and Umoja Karamu. Both of these Pan-Afrikan celebrations may be used to reinforce the efforts of Afrikan ppl to continue acknowledging the life experiences of our Afrikan ancestors and elders as survivors. Further, these two Pan-Afrikan celebrations constitute Continue Reading
Queen Quet/ The Real Thanksgiving – Gullah Geechee Nation – give a listen to some primary source information about the Afrikan family!!!
Watch this… Invaders are recolonizing Afrika & Decolinizing Universities still hasnt occurred, so what are children really being offered in public & private schools? Click on the link above & watch Afrocentric Scholar Molefi Kete Asante as he gives it 2 u str8!!!
https://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=129989443701274 Another perspective on MJ who did nothing to produce more Afrikan people!