• 02:14

    Ayiti (aka) Haiti 1785 : Toussaint Louverture

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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.

    Warning!

    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?

  • 02:58

    African-Island Slave Trades Longer Than In America Part II

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    Tonight will be part two on my topic on where was and has slavery lasted the longest? And why isnt it being taught in school when local history and world history is taught to us as children? Why do we learn of this horrific history by only B/Academia and not W/Academia if it actually occurred on the scale that we have been led to believe? How many of we have memory of the Trans Atlantic slave trade also called the Maafa? However we watch movies on slavery played by White and Black actors and now it is seared in our minds that these awful things happened because now a (movie) told us it did? They did the same thing with the movie the TEN Commandments. Which I actually own by the way. But the world knows the Biblical Hebrews were never a white people, and yet because of this movie Polish Germans have been allowed to pass themselves off as Biblical Black Jews. Wow, that is majic. Are African or Black Educators responsible for not teaching true history to Black children globally? Ayiti/Haiti occupies small satellite islands known for tourists, including; lle-a-Vache", which includes Port Morgan and Abaka Bay. In French, the country's nickname is La Perle des Antilles (The Pearl of the Antilles), because of its natural beauty. It is the most mountainous nation in the Caribbean and the country's highest point is Pic la Selle, at 2,680 metres 8,793 ft. By area, Haiti is the third largest Caribbean nation after Cuba and the Dominican Republic with 27,750 square kilometres 10,714 sq mi (roughly the size of the U.S. state of Hawaii or the country of Belgium by population, Haiti is the second largest Caribbean nation, with an estimated 10.7 million people, just under a million of whom live in the capital city, Port-au-Prince. How long have BA's really been enslaved and should we all be labeled Africans?

  • 02:29

    Slavery in Africa & The Carrib Islands Longer Than in The USA

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    Tonight we want to delve into the Trans Atlsantic Slave Trade story that although we never herd about it while in public school it has been taught by many of our accredidated conscious BA Scholars. Why do we learn of this horrific history by only B/Academia and not W/Academia if actually happened on the scale that we have been led to believe? Why do we not learn about all these atrocities of world and American history as children in school were it was supposedly taught to us in History class? How many of we have memory of the MAAFA? However we watch some movies on slavery played by White and Black actors and now it is seared in our minds that these awful things happened because now a (movie) told us it did. They did the same thing with the movie the TEN Commandments. Which I actually own by the way. But the world knows the Biblical Hebrews were never a white people. And yet because of this movie Polish Germans (?) have been allowed to pass themselves off as Biblical Black Jews. Wow, that is majic. Ayiti/Haiti occupies small satellite islands known for tourists, including; lle-a-Vache", which includes Port Morgan and Abaka Bay. In French, the country's nickname is La Perle des Antilles (The Pearl of the Antilles), because of its natural beauty. It is the most mountainous nation in the Caribbean and the country's highest point is Pic la Selle, at 2,680 metres 8,793 ft. By area, Haiti is the third largest Caribbean nation after Cuba and the Dominican Republic with 27,750 square kilometres 10,714 sq mi (roughly the size of the U.S. state of Hawaii or the country of Belgium by population, Haiti is the second largest Caribbean nation, with an estimated 10.7 million people, just under a million of whom live in the capital city, Port-au-Prince. How long have BA's been enslaved?

  • 03:58
  • 02:29

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show: The Nelson Mandela Quilt Project

    in Art

    Friday, August 29, we didn't get to complete our conversation with William Rhodes, who is just back from South African with more panels to complete the Nelson Mandela International Quilt Project. We are rebroadcasting the first part of the show; however, stay tuned for a longer conversation with William.

    Our first guest is: Melinda Holm, director, Middle Passage Pilgrimage, West Coast Premiere, 8/30, 7-9:30 p.m. at the East Bay Meditation Center, 287 17th Street @ Harrison (3 blocks from 19th Street BART). http://www.eastbaymeditation.org

    8:30 AM Theodore Lush, Katrina survivor, Maafa Commemoration founder in Montgomery, Alabama

    9:00 AM Cast members: Katherine Renee Turner, Eddie Ray Jackson and Roscoe Orman, from Marin Theatre Company's production of Will Power's Fetch Clay, Make Man, a play about a young Muhammad Ali and Stepin Fetchit, based on a true story (through Sept. 7) www.marintheatre.org

    9:30 AM William Rhodes, just back from South Africa, where he took quilt pieces from children at the Dr. Charles Drew Elementary School, here in Bayview Hunter's Point to children in the Lalela Project in Cape Town. www.williamrhodes.com  Music: Odessa: Home, a Tribute to Lead Belly

  • 01:00

    Memories of the Middle Passage

    in Culture

    Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) is the hostess of Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio on behalf of the Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition (www.gullahgeechee.net).  On this episode, Queen Quet continues the remembrance of the Middle Passage journey and the outcomes of the crime against humanity-the Maafa.  This is part of a series for "Middle Passage Month" in the Gullah/Geechee Nation.  


    Tune een fa yeddi we sho-Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio!


    www.gullahgeecheenation.com

  • 01:00

    MAAFA

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    Hi everyone! I'll have a special guest on the show. Have you ever heard of MAAFA? MAAFA is Kiswahili word describing calamity or disaster as it refers to the period in world history known as the Middle Passage or Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. My guest will be Dr. Anthony L. Bennett,Senior Pastor. He'll be on the show. Dr.Bennett will discuss this period in history. How this period in time still affects African Americans in the community,family structure,self esteem and more. You have to know your past in order to know your future. So join me in this interesting discussion on history. Let's Talk!!

  • 01:59

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show: Hurricane Katrina Anniversary

    in Art

    This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!

    Our first guest is: Melinda Holm, director, Middle Passage Pilgrimage, West Coast Premiere, 8/30, 7-9:30 p.m. at the East Bay Meditation Center, 287 17th Street @ Harrison (3 blocks from 19th Street BART). http://www.eastbaymeditation.org

    8:30 AM Theodore Lush, Katrina survivor, Maafa Commemoration founder in Montgomery, Alabama

    9:00 AM Cast members: Katherine Renee Turner, Eddie Ray Jackson and Roscoe Orman, from Marin Theatre Company's production of Will Power's Fetch Clay, Make Man, a play about a young Muhammad Ali and Stepin Fetchit, based on a true story (through Sept. 7) www.marintheatre.org

    9:30 AM William Rhodes, just back from South Africa, where he took quilt pieces from children at the Dr. Charles Drew Elementary School, here in Bayview Hunter's Point to children in the Lalela Project in Cape Town. www.williamrhodes.com

  • 02:03

    The Hidden Racial Agenda "Maafa 21"

    in Health

    The title comes from the Swahili term "Maafa", which means "tragedy" or "disaster", and is used to describe the centuries of oppression and diaspora resulting from slavery. "21" refers to the 'maafa' of the 21st century.We wdiscuss some of Planned Parenthood's origins (formerly the American Birth Control League), attributing to it a "150-year-old goal of exterminating the black population."   Abortion is the #1 killer of black people in America, and that, in 2004, abortion killed 2.8 times as many black people than HIV/AIDS, gang violence, accidents, cancer, and heart disease, combined.

  • 01:20

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show: Madagascar Made

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    TaSin Sabir joins us to talk about her new book, Madagascar Made. Her artwork can be described as vibrant and full of powerful and emotional messages. Skilled in a range of mediums (including photography, painting, film, web & print design, and screen printing), TaSin uses this love for art making to express topics that are of an importance to her. In 2004 TaSin graduated from California College of the Arts, where she received a BFA in Fine Arts Photography. Born and raised in Oakland, CA, TaSin’s artwork has been exhibited all around the Bay Area and Nation. Such galleries include, The Oakland Museum of California, The African American Historical and Cultural Society Museum, The Richmond Art Center, The Judah Magnes Museum, Pro Arts Gallery, Joyce Gordon Gallery, and the African American Museum in Philadelphia. TaSin has also published another photography book: 100 Families Oakland. In 2007, TaSin took her passion for art and love of her community and opened a galley in Oakland called The Oakpod. During its time The Oakpod was a vital source for art and entertainment in the Bay Area. Since the closure of The Oakpod TaSin has become an independent curator and curated shows for the Joyce Gordon Gallery, Maafa organization and others. Currently TaSin is a freelance photographer and designer specializing in utilizing all her skill sets to create one of a kind projects for her clients. News: TaSin getting an award for photography at the Black Media Appreciation Night this Saturday 7/12/14 at the African American Art & Culture Complex San Francisco. starts at 7pm. TaSin's photographs from book Madagascar Made in this exhibit: The Capture of Life, Absent from Color. Exhibit runs from July 4 – July 26, 2014 at Joyce Gordon Gallery, Oakland. Web link: www.madagascarmade.com Music: Rossy: One Eye on the Future, One Eye on the Past.

     

  • 02:00

    The C.O.W.S. w/ Maafa 21

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    Tuesday, December 29th at 6:00PM Eastern/3:00PM Pacific. Mark Crutcher will share his views on the System of White Supremacy. Mark Crutcher is the Founder & President of Life Dynamics, Incorporated and the writer, director and music editor of the documentary film, Maafa 21: Black Genocide in 21st Century America. Maafa 21 evidences how the White Supremacist eugenics movement has continued it's assault on black/non-white people through Planned Parenthood and legalized abortion. Mr. Crutcher alleges that the eugenics campaign and legalized abortion are direct responses to and attacks on black/non-white people in this area of the world. Mr. Crutcher highlights that since 1973, abortion has killed more black people then AIDS, cancer, diabetes, heart disease and violent crime combined.




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