• 01:15

    AFRICANS 2 AMERICANS

    in Culture

    Join us this week as we have another great show planned family. This week we welcome for the very first time Chief Oluwo Obafemi Ifayemi. He will be here in Columbus on Saturday April 5th doing a lecture entitled “AFRICANS 2 AMERICANS” A 500 Year Journey Of Spirituality, Slavery and Culture. So make sure you all are here on Thursday night as we get a chance to build with the elder and pick his brain before the lecture. We will start at 8pm est and our call in number is 619-393-2813

  • 02:00

    Are Africans in the diaspora ready to lead?

    in Energy

    Africa Wise Up


    . Africa is in a turning point. The world is wacthing to see what the next generation of leaders, Africa will produce.


    Are Africans in the Diaspora ready, to task themselves on leadership? 


    We all have criticized what our leaders for what they are doing wrong. How do we help to transition from what we criticize to what we  want Africa to be like?


    To many things have happened with mother africa, and too many things will be corrected. Africa have your say, on how you will do it. 


    You have a voice. Now is the right time for us to get together and fix it. 

  • 02:59

    Do Africans Hate Black AmericanPeople & vice reversal?

    in Culture

    It's not much of a secret, but Africans don't care much for Black Americans. They seem to get along with every other black person outside of Africa except for Americans.


     


    I was told the reason is because black Americans view Africans the same way white and other Americans view Africans. That is to say black Americans see Africa as a country filled with poor, uneducated, buffoons. Africans seem to expect blacks to be a little more aware of what goes on in Africa than the majority and other minorities in America but are disappointed when blacks spout the same nonsense whites do to them.


     


    So yeah, that's why these two groups don't get along.


    JizzaHut, Dec 22, 2012


    negrology, wunderWEENIS, x.S.c.R.E.a.M.x and 1 other person like this.


     

  • 01:58

    "The First Americans Were Africans," by Dr. David Imhotep

    in Politics Progressive

    African historian Dr. David Imhotep will be our guest on November 29, 2014 on the "Human Rights Demand" radio broadcast at Blogtalkradio station. To connect with the host, Mary Neal, please call (347) 857-3293 to speak on air. Your questions and comments are appreciated.

    Dr. Imhotep wrote "The First Americans Were Africans." He asserts that Africans were indeed the first Americans and that they arrived 51,000 years prior to the Mongolians, Imhotep illustrates a date that is four times earlier than what is largely referenced.

    “Africans not only came before Columbus, but were in the Americas long before any other group, at least 56,000 years ago,” says Imhotep. “With this book, I produce and expand on evidence from several scientific fields, credible scholars, professors and researchers.”

    Expanding on a foundation of research and historic evidence, "The First Americans Were Africans" provides insight into remnants of architecture, writings and artifacts as it explores the beliefs surrounding the Vikings, Columbus, the Indians and more. With more than 700 footnotes, Imhotep intends for it to also serve as a guide for future research.

    “The first Americans came to this land far before what we have been taught,” he says. “This changes the way history has been written, and fills a void that has long existed.”

    About the author:

    Dr. David Imhotep is one of the first people to hold a Ph.D. with a specialization in ancient African history. He has traveled the world researching for the last 30 years, searching for relevant and interesting evidence. He has appeared on and been referenced in various media outlets, including “The New York Times.”

  • 00:22

    Are Africans & African Americans Compatible?

    in Relationships

    Don't be fooled by the title. This discussion is in no way shape or form meant to bash, stereotype, or degrade African women but instead to share a viewpoint on experiences with African women and try to get to the root of why Africans (from Africa) and African Americans can't seem to click especially when it comes to the African women. Not to say it's like that with every African female that would be very naive. Just looking at it from a statistical viewpoint, the 2 seem to be apples and oranges.


    But why is it that way and what can we do to change it? That's what this is really about because at the end of the day we're all created equal. This is just one person's opinion and views on the topic and is not to be taken out of context. Hope you guys enjoy and feel free to send us an email to share your opinion. Our email address is:

  • 02:10

    ODWIRA: The Prophecy of Neferti and Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans)

    in Education

    In this episode of ODWIRA we examine the text referred to as the Prophecy of Neferti and its relevance to Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans). We address the nature of prophecy in Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion. We also examine it in the context of MMARA NE KYI - Divine Law/Love and Divine Hate.


    We will examine our publications:


    MMARA NE KYI - Divine Law/Love and Divine Hate


    NYANKOPON-NYANKONTON - RA-RAIT


    Download these books from our website:


    www.odwirafo.com/nhoma.html


     


    Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan 


    Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu 


    Akwamu Nation in North America 


    www.odwirafo.com 


     

  • Enslavement and Genocide of Africans and Indigenous

    in Politics Progressive




    Advocacy against the denial of human/civil rights due to race and ethnicity. Examination of historical abuses as well as existing problems. Solutions offered.




    Guests include people who have knowledge, through personal experience or study, of crimes against humanity victimizing Africans and Indigenous Peoples.


    Contact: Dr. Floyd Harris, Jr.   ~   email:  xyfloyd@aol.com

  • 02:01

    Should African American Males Get Manhood Training From Africans?

    in Women

    Current statistics state that 53 percent of American children are being raised in single parent, female headed households. For African Americans, that number is significantly higher. Since the the past three generations, the percentages of fatherless homes have increased, meaning the examples for young boys on how to be husbands and fathers is missing. A mentor, a coach or a teacher with an occasional encouraging word is not enough. The young men in this generation need cultural training on how to create and maintain a family. Can we turn to our brothers on the continent of Africa whose cultural heritage may be a bit more intact and look for help with manhood training? Or are Africans just as emotionally scarred and psychologically damaged from racism as African Americans? Rev. Derrick Rice, co-founder of Let Us Make Man, has travelled to countries across Africa. He shares his perspective on the cultural practices of African families that prepare boys for manhood

  • 02:01

    Were the First Americans Africans?

    in Education

    Were the first Americans Africans? According to Dr. David Imhotep, the answer is yes.
    Join us for this intriguing interview. For more information go to: http://www.historictruth.info Buy his book here http://www.amazon.com/First-Americans-Were-Africans-Documented/dp/1456711296/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1378862706&sr=1-3&keywords=the+first+americans+were+africans When you buy the book, send an email to me at SDCommunityCoalition@gmail.com and get special free, and informative webinars when you mention this broadcast.

  • 02:54
  • 00:42

    Enslavement and Genocide of Africans and Indigenous People

    in Politics Progressive

    Advocacy against the denial of human/civil due to race and ethnicity. Examination of historical abuse as well as existing problems. Solutions offered. Guest incude people who have knowledge, through personal experience or study of crimes against humanity victimizing Africans and Indigenous People.


    Contact: Dr. Floyd D. Harris, Jr. email: xyfloyd@aol.com

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