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!!!
Another perspective on MJ who did nothing to produce more Afrikan people!
M. K. Asante on Cote D’Ivoire & Libya, An Honest Perspective!
– View this video to gain a more honest perspective on what’s happening to Afrikan people in the Ivory Coast & Libya!
Taharqa Sa Amun Basic Nubian Language & Grammar
-Listen in as Iya Adjua, The Culture Rebel, discusses the importance of Afrikan Language, Nubian language with
Brother Taharqa Sa Amun, a Nubianist & mathematician.
Iya Adjua & Sis Basiymah/Black Cross Nurses, UNIA-ACL & CBPM
– Listen 2 Iya Adjua, The Culture Rebel & Sister Basiymah Muhammad, a stalwart Freedom Fighter who never tires in her Black Love 4 Afrikan ppl!!!
This is how to practice Kujichagulia/Self-Determination, Take a day & pray to an Afrikan God 4 a change, use the list until the end then start all over again!!!
Electric Lady – Watch her now…& later!!!
Get a taste of this Beautifully Afrikan, Culturally Conscious, Fresh Emcee who is versatile & multitalented, she gets on board w/ Iya Adjua, The Culture Rebel.
When u gonna ride? Listen in 2morrow 8/3/11 @ 4pm here http://tobtr.com/s/2166951!!!
Human Mules/Congo Women –
These women, my SIStars – are fearless! As we complain about our cushy lives aspiring 2 b like ppl who have stolen, maimed & murdered 4 gems, stones. lands, even human lives, we should remember that “alla we r 1.” Meaning, none of us r free if 1 of us in chains [or working as human mules] then none of us r free!!!
Matriarchies & Ghettoes!
The Sister makes some valid points & defines what she”s talking about which is
important for clarity. I think an additional is how some Afrikan Am women r adopting male positions in their partner choices, clothing and personal characters. This is confusing for our children & weakens our communities. We have so much work 2 do 2 maintain a semblance of balance & order in Afrikan families. Do purchase the book & support an Afrikan female scholar, like myself here