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At the Edge-African Traditional Religions: Madrina Angelique

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Dr. Cherie Ann Turpin interviews Madrina Angelique, who "is initiated in the Palo tradition as Madre Nganga of Munanso Centella Ndoki Nyuyo Malongo Corta Lima Cordosa, initiated by Chief Ololele Afolabi, godson of Tata Antonio Ali.  She is also initiated in Santeria as Iyalorisha of Ile Ori Yemaya, initiated by Baba Ogun Solu, godson of Chief Bolu Fantunmise of the Ifa Orisha Cultural Cener in Nigeria and Atlanta.  Born and raised in rural Georgia, she has immersed herself in the study and practice of traditional southern hoodoo since childhood."  From RootMamaConjure.com

This episode promises to be an insightful discussion on the role of African Traditional Religions in culture-making in the United States and as an essential part of the African Diaspora. 

 

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