Thru every last bit of oppressive torment the white man could muster… there are many who've been born and excelled as great leaders and teachers and guider's of our people. Even in a world that views Afrikan Empowerment as the worst case scenario, it has been those brothers and sisters that laid their lives down for us, their brothers and sisters. And many gave up those lives in the struggle. On the next broadcast we will talk about the impact of the life and deaths of these ancestors.
Also call in if you have an ancestor you wish to call attention to. Family, Friends, Known or Unknown.
Bringing the gifts that my ancestors gave,
I am the dream and the hope of the slave.
Maya Angelou (1928-2014)
"Still I rise," And Still I Rise (1978)
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