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On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will give a RBG/Pan-Afrikan perspective on the latest news like the White biker gang massacre in Waco Texas and the European media hypocrisy attached to it; Jay-Z putting up bail money for protesters; another Black man dying in police custody, as well as paying homage to one of the greatest leaders in recent times Malcolm X. Join us.
On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio, Baba Amin Imamu Ojuok and SupremeRa Afraka joins us live to discuss two very important subjects. The first subject we will be discussing is the importance of creating schools that are Afrikan-centered. Baba Amin is the founder of the Uhuru Academy in Ft. Worth Texas and he has powerful information to share with you on how to create a Afrikan-centered school; the dangers of public schools and his overall journey up to this point. If you've been waiting on us to have a show about the educational system, this is one you don't want to miss. We will also pick back up the discussion of the importance of having guidelines to being Pan-Afrikanist/RBG. Lonestar RBG have been flying the flag of Pan-Afrikanism for years and aredoing excellent work in the Dallas/Ft. Worth community. We want their take on the state of Pan-Afrikanism. Join us in this discussion.
On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will discuss various current news events. It will range from the love affair Black people have with the show Empire to more cop killings to Common's comments etc. Trust us, there are many lessons to be learned from the current events in Black America. We would love for our listeners to chime in on what current news events they want to build with us on. Join us.
On this episode of EYE of the SEER, Bryan and Amanda provide more details about their book on the subject of Esoteric Mysticism. For the first time in public, they will talk in detail about the structure of the book, what areas it will cover and also detail the training involved in walking the mystical path. If you are interested in improving your faculties of awareness while changing your life [and the world] for the better at the same time, this is a show you will not want to miss.
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On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will discuss ideological differences and approaches that causes rifts between the people who fly the same flag of Pan-Afrikanism. Unless you've been under a rock for the last few years, you have witnessed two powerful brothers in the Pan-Afrikan movement have major ideological differences on how we should carry ourselves when falling under the banner of Pan-Afrikanism/RBG. This show ISN'T about stirring the pot. This show is about dissecting the psychology of both sides and presenting them in a way that we all can learn from including the parties involved. There are pluses and minuses to every approach to liberating our people. We will lay out those pluses and minuses to both approaches and give our brothers something to consider when they finally do come to the table and hash this out like the righteous Afrikans that they are. Join us in a productive discussion.
Today, we'll be having a panel discussion about the nature and experiences of meditation and mysticism, both from an analytical, and personal point of view. Our panel includes Orbit, well named, and Windwalker.
This is part 1 about the view. The second part will be about practice.
Music by Windwalker
Photo by Dreadfish
And iti oj's garden
Today we'll be continuing our panel discussion on meditation and mysticism with a focus on the practices of meditation. Our panel includes Orbit, well named, and Windwalker.
This is part 2 of our discussion. The first part is on the view, and can be found here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/radiorf/2015/04/20/meditation-and-mysticism-part-1-the-view
Photos by Dreadfish
Music by Dionysus
*Meditation for the Love of It; Sally Kempton
*Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind; Shunyru Suzuki
In this show we will discuss the condiion of Mumia Abu Jamal & the rise of new afrikan consciouness among inmates. Also, little bobby hutton remembered , the New York slave revolt April 6 1712. Holy Week uprising start after king assisination April 4 pac founded April 6 1959 along with a quote from comrade George Jackson to start the week
Brother Jitu Sadiki - Black August committe
Our guest Is Brother Khari abdul X , New BLack Panther Party Southern Regional commander
On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will discuss the historically forked tongue European and how they use it as a weapon to uphold and empower White Supremacy while destroying Black self-determination. We will discuss why Black people need to give Europeans back their labels. Join us.
On tonight's episode of ALLBLACKEVERYTHING we will talk about being Afrikan in a white washed world. Are European ways and customs the only way? Can we return to our way of living? why and how are going to protect our children?
Join your hosts SistaTria and Bro. Kuji and the entire Culture freedom family. The call in number is 347-850-8030.
Mr. Holipsism discusses the BAIO's definition of a Diasporan Afrikan and how it differs from the traditional Pan Afrikan definition.
The BAIO Blogtalkradio broadcast is a weekly forum to discuss the vision and goals of the BAIO, create a consensus among Afrikan Centered Progressives (ACPs), and to raise the bar and elevate the level of discussion to: LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE, NATIONHOOD, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS.
Nobody will ever change the condition of a people until they change themselves. The burden is on us to change. To change our behavior we must change our thinking. In Afrikan ideology we must choose our mates for "Afrikan Reasons" Our Unions have purpose greater than our wants or needs as the individual or couple. The Afrikan thought process is we should be soldiers in love with forming beautiful families, rearing happy, thinking children, building strong lasting communities, raising a mighty nation and removing all enemies. For Afrikan Scholar Warrior Complimentary there is no other reason for being.