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
Queen Quet/ The Real Thanksgiving – Gullah Geechee Nation – give a listen to some primary source information about the Afrikan family!!!
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!
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!!!
Wall Photos Figa: The Figa (fee-gah) is a symbol of one of the age-old myths of Africa; this clenched-fist good-luck charm came to Brazil with its XVII century slave trade. As its memories paled over generations, belief in its powers to increase warriors’ fertility also faded, but until nowadays it is prized by Brazilians for luck, Continue Reading