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Omo Oduduwa Radio focus is to share information about the practice of Yoruba culture and religion though topics that range from books, to spirituality, history and daily life of Yoruba people past and present from all over the world. Yoruba culture has spread all over the world with more than 30 million practitioners worldwide through different religious offshoots including Candomblé, Lucumí, Shango, Anago, Oyotunji, some aspects of Umbanda, Winti, Obeah, and Vodun.

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?An unsettling numbers of small businesses fail within the first 3 years,? says Brandi Starr, President and Marketing Maven for Cassius Blue Consulting. Brandi started Cassius Blue because she is passionate about helping small business... more

Ifa Code of Conduct with Awo Ifategunse Osadele Tues. 8-9 PM EST Ifa is an art form as well as a spiritual system for healing and guidance. Whether we acknowledge it or not, the natural and metaphysical forces that guided our... more

It had not occurred to me, until undergraduate school in the mid-1970's, that there was or had ever been such a thing as an African G/god. But then, before majoring in Black Studies and learning African American history, it had not... more

Ayoka Abiomi Lanloke is the mother of two children, Osaremi Lanloke and Fasami Ogunleye. She is a member of The African Family, Inc. of Gainesville, Florida headed by Oluwa Ojomo Ogunleye. She has been a teacher for over 30... more

Chief Olaitan Bio. Chief Olaitan is a practicing Yoruba Priest and counselor who uses West African traditional methods and techniques of healing in his practice, and has lectured, performed ceremonies and conducted workshops... more

Ifa Code of Conduct with Awo Ifategunse Osadele Tues. 8-9 PM EST Ifa is an art form as well as a spiritual system for healing and guidance. Whether we acknowledge it or not, the natural and metaphysical forces that guided our... more

Ysaye M. Barnwell was born in New York City and has lived in Washington, D.C., for over 40 years. Her life experiences have taken her down three major paths. She began in music at the age of 2½, studying violin for 15 years with... more

Amma Whatt began her rich journey as a performer dancing professionally at 5 years old. Under the tutelage of her parents, she studied and performed the traditional music of West Africa and The Caribbean. After leaving her mark in... more

Ifa Code of Conduct with Ifategunse Osadele Sun. 8-9 PM EST Ifa is an art form as well as a spiritual system for healing and guidance. Whether we acknowledge it or not, the natural and metaphysical forces that guided our ancient... more

OGINGA KHAMISI Oginga Khamisi, born in Youngstown, Ohio, and grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio where he began his career as a drummer after graduating from high school. Not only does Oginga Khamisi play traditional African drums,... more

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