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Professor James Smalls- African Liberation Mindstate

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Professor James Smalls- African Liberation Mindstate

Peace and Black Power Family,

Welcome to another episode of Do Tha Knowledge Radio. The place where Knowledge is Born. I am your host Knowledge Born Allah. We are honored to welcome to our platform a divine African warrior teacher Elder who comes in the sacred and honorable name of Professor James Smalls. Professor James Small was born in 1945, on Arcadia plantation, located on the banks of the Waccamaw River. This Lowland rice plantation is located where the Waccamaw, Peedee, and Black Rivers converge to meet the Atlantic Ocean, on the shores of historic Georgetown, South Carolina. Prof. Small was born to a family that traces their descent from enslaved Africans, to the Yoruba, Akan, and Ewe people of West Africa. Prof. Small's heritage also stems from the Native American ancestors that inhabited these South Carolinian shores. Both his maternal great-grandmother and his paternal great-grandmother were members of the Chicora Nation, and made their home along the mighty Waccamaw River. For eleven years, Prof. Small served as principal bodyguard to the late Ella L. Collins, the sister of Malcolm X, the then President of the Organization of Afro-American Unity (O.A.A.U.).  Between the years of 1966 and 1980, Prof. Small held membership in the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (S.N.C.C.), the N.A.A.C.P, Uhuru fighters and O.A.A.U. Join us this Thursday as we celebrate this divine warrior and hear some of his journey by calling in live to phone number 515-605-9360 and press 1 with your questions or comments. Here is the link to listen remotely: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dothaknowledgeradio/2018/04/06/professor-james-smalls-african-liberation-mindstate

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