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greetings, akwaaba, hotep baba's and bibi's we are so pleased and thrilled to have as our guest this week the electrifying kwame bediako of "wan afrika". come sit in with us as we are treated to some enlightning conversation with this magnificant musician, and person. we are honored to bring him forth.
spreading peace and love one note at a time
Part-1 The Late Kwame McDonald interviews Hall of Fame Coach Faith Johnson Patterson
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Dedicated to the "Late" Kwame McDonald. I loved this man so much! He has helped to change the face of Minnesota Basketball not just for African Americans, but for all to make our state so much more competitive! I just saw and heard this interview recorded in 2005 regarding the history and success of the Minneapolis North Lady Polar’s “9 year State Tournament run”. The effect of this success, allowed 15 athletes to receive Division 1 scholarships at a variety of great academic and athletic institutions around the country. Thank you Kwame for all of your support and for everything you've done for me and so many others! -Faith Johnson Patterson
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kwame bediako has been a pillarr in the conscious community for decades. I invite you to sit in our conversation as we discuss our patriarchs and matrriarchs contribution to the art form of reggae. We will discuss who caught his ear first musically, baba will share his experiences with the famous and the real famous.
In conclusion you will agree that we are eternally grateful for the job well done.
Blazing Tracks brings you First Fridays on OPWR where you will hear tracks from indie artists for the very first time on the network. Join host Ms Creoleness,
Tonight you will hear the likes of Freaknardo Oladeji Robby Baby Roberto Denaro Styles Coco Poetess Amoure Poetic Seraph Flowetic Justice A.N.U.Milissa Yelverton Wynter Solstyce and Production from Bing Satellites
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The saga continues this Sunday night with our guest, "Brother Kwame Sunhorse." Awakening True Universal Mind - YOU ARE THE ONE THAT YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR! You are the answer to all of your questions.
Brother Kwame Sunhorse has sit at the feet of the Grand Master Teacher's, and tonight, he continues to share that ancient wisdom with us. Are you truly ready to evolve to another level of consciousness???
Join us tonight as we do exactly that! There is no beginning, and there is no end!
Bro. Kwame Sunhorse may be reached by calling him at 706.202.7472 for more information concerning him and his Universal Teachings.
LET'S GET READY TO EVOLVE INTO HIGHER CONSCIOUSNESS...
Where do we come from? Why are we here? Where are we going when we leave here? Is death reality or an illusion? Do you truly need to be saved? Are you waiting for the second coming?
Tonight's guest is brother "Kwame Sunhorse of ATUM," he is a spiritual researcher and helper who has learned at the feet of the Grand Master Teacher Dr. Yosef Ben Jochannan and Dr. John Henrik Clarke, Asa G. Hilliard, Baba Hannibal Afrik, J. Carrothers, Dr. Fukia, and many others.
Join us tonight as Bro. Kwame Sunhorse answer these questions and more. "YOU, ARE THE ONE YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR!"
Bro. Kwame Sunhorse can be reached by calling him at 770.775.7586 (office) or 706.202.7472 (cell) or emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org
LET'S GET READY TO EVOLVE INTO HIGHER CONSCIOUSNESS...
Join "Africa On The Move"on Sunday as we discuss "A Report from Geneva Convention/Jerico Movement, Remembering Kwame Ture & Chris Rock's Statement on African/Black People." Listen in at 323-679-0841 or go online at: www..blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move, tell a friend.
We talk about the Masculine side that can dance with the Divine Feminine. Where do the men stand this this dance? Where is the Divine Masculine?
Our Special Guest today is Kwame Sunhorse. His spiritual organization is known A.T.U.M, Awakening the true universal mind, where he facilitates sweat lodges. He is a sundancer. He is a speaker on black indian history. He is dedicated to a spiritual work that helps his community.
Join me, Shrishti Yadav with Magdala Ramirez, Patrice Lange and our special guest Kwame.
After a short interlude, we get back to the hot discussions with Magdala Ramirez, Patrice Lange, Kwame Sunhorse and myself, Shrishti Yadav. We go deeper. The purpose of a woman needs to be one that is not given by men or by society. A man needs to be able to see a woman, as a woman, not merely a mother or by the purposes imposed on her. A woman needs to shine herself in every aspect, breaking the impositions and brining forth her inner voice, dreams and wisdom out to the fullest. The dance between men and women needs to change. And perhaps its ok for women to show the way, to enlighten.
The Spiritual Energy eXchange (SEX) act. What have we taught our children that would properly prepare them for this awesome experience of joining with another human being? For many religious communities, the act is attached to shame and guilt, not the power to open a door for s soul to enter physical existence. Our children make bad choices about the decision to create life because we're not teaching them about what life truly is. We focus on creating public shame for those known to engage in this act, hoping it will control our children's natural desires for this powerful,physical bond. We tell our children "just say "no" and use words like "sin" and "dirty" and "immoral" to discourage our children from engaging in this act unless they are married. Some may say, "Don't do it, but if you do, use a condom." But getting a document from the State does not give wisdom to a person about the act that literally affects the entire universe. Brother Kwame joins us today to share information that can help us remove fear, shame and guilt attached to the Spiritual Energy eXchange act replace it with deeper understanding that can empower our children to make the right decisions.