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Join host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com as she welcomes the ladies of Ayiti Resurrect, an organization for Haitian Diaspora and afrodescendant involvement in Haiti. The ladies of Ayiti Resurrect also foster farming by Afrodescendants in NY state. Details at www.kiskeacity.com.
Host Alice Backer (@kiskeacity on Twitter) welcomes Haiti-based Haitian film maker Romel Jean Pierre and Miami-based film maker Rachelle Salnave from Ayiti Images, a Haitian film series touring 5 Florida cities until November 14. Director Kervans Barthelemy and actor S.atibon Legba from the film Kaleb, featured in the Ayiti Images tour may well join us!
Also, Assemblywoman Michaelle Solages will have a special message for us.
As always, use the hashtag #LOF1804 to interact with the show on Twitter or Instagram and visit www.kiskeacity.com for more information on the show.
Thoughts and views on where Haiti and Haitians are headed today. Is there any hope for Haiti or Haitians? If yes, where does it lie? As young Haitians living abroad, we have watched Haiti over the years worsen as a nation. Instability and Insecurity are not the main or only problems of Haiti. The Haitian man or the Haitian woman in society has a role to play, but It seems as if Haitians themselves have lost any hope in Haiti. Take a listen to what we discuss as Haitians, and as we ask pertinent questions on who we are, where we are going and where our hope lies.
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Shalom everyone. They had to cut MBA off didnt they? I was tryin to get it inn. lol It's mighty good to be back and I want to return strong by bringing to the 9Mind Sacred Sisterhood Cosmic frequency listenership some hard hitting clips and videos on the Trans Atlantic slave trade aka the Maafa that many of we claim to know about it. Or do we? Often times when we as American born Blacks, Africans, Indigenous or hybrid Mulatto focus on slavery, we tend to focus on what we ourselves were taught or have experienced in our own isolated and seperate portion of the world and are totally oblivious and indifferent to what has taken place with Blacks, Negros, Africans, Indigenous, Indians ect... in other colonies around the globe. So what I want to do is spend some time researching just how vast and complex the European imperial slave trade really was and why those envolved in it have chosen to remain so silent about it. I personally don't know of (any) non American Blacks who have dared speak on it or discuss it extensively outside the USA the way we have from here which I find to be very, very, very strange. Why is that the non American born Blacks, Indigenous, Colored University educated individuals in the other slave colonies around the world so silent on their own countries history of imperial slavery? Are we afraid to talk about it, or is it we just don't know it? Well lets see if we can learn together and hopefully generate some discussion and dialogue on this very disturbing and yet elusive subject.
My shows are strictly adult (only) and there are and will continue to be times when profanity and or the use of offensive language and or words will be strongly expressed. Oh Tay?
Interview de Stanley Lucas avec Berlotte Antoine B sur Blog Talk Radio : Le virus Ebola et la Sécurité Nationale d'Haiti.
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In Afrikan peoples quest for knowledge of our life experiences, we relish in learning of the names of Afrikan Heroes.We celebrate them joyously! But, what about our Afrikan Sheroes? Who are they? Can we say the names of five of them in a row with knowledge of their life stories? I say no, we cannot and as an educator, the aim of this show is to assist in calling their names and sharing some parts of their life stories. Perhaps this is why we cant get it right in benefitting from the many movements we have iniatiated worldwide. Afrikan people have always been about balance and Afrikan women have always "rode" along with Afrikan men in making changes for our collective survival. Many of us know the names of many Afrikan men who have contributed to our collective "freedom," yet few know the names of the women who supported those men, stood in their stead and made it possible for them to "fight for our freedom!" We call the names of the women who fought against our enslavement, the women of the Ayiti Revolution, the women of the Civil Rights Movement and more. They are all UNsung Sheroes whose names should be remembered and called upon as often as their Afrikan male counterparts.
Climbing PoeTree is the combined force of Alixa Garcia and Naima Penniman. Over the last 11 years, Climbing PoeTree has been at the forefront of social and environmental justice movements by harnessing their art as a tool for popular education, community organizing, and personal transformation. Their award-winning performance is composed of dual-voice spoken word poetry, hip hop, and multimedia theatre that dissolves apathy with hope, exposes injustice, and helps heal our inner trauma so that we may begin to cope with the issues facing our communities.
Climbing PoeTree has independently organized 25 national and international tours bringing their performance to thousands of people across the U.S. and abroad from Mexico to the UK, South Africa to Cuba. Their soul-stirring performances have been featured alongside visionary leaders and artists such as Angela Davis, Cornel West, Alice Walker, Erykah Badu, Alicia Keys, Saul Williams, Sonia Sanchez, Naomi Klein, Danny Glover, and The Last Poets, among others. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina Alixa and Naima traveled over 11,000 miles across the U.S. on a bus converted to run on recycled vegetable oil, merging theater and activism by creating a national network that gave voice to local organizations addressing and healing the effects of unnatural disasters in their communities. Climbing PoeTree’s artistic and organizing work can be found on the walls of galleries and museums through projects such as S.T.I.T.C.H.E.D and Shadow Boxing (Created by Garcia), and in the streets of Haiti (Ayiti Resurrect, Co-Founded by Penniman).
RADIO HMAP ,YON TI PRYE POU HAITI,YON TI MO POU HAITI ,YON TI LANMOU POU HAITI,YON TI RESPE POU HAITI,YON TI LESPWA POU HAITI
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