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Rabiah Seminole is the original owner of the last known John Lennon autograph. Rabiah had been working as a switchboard operator at the Record Plant in Manhattan on December 8, 1980.
In a sworn affidavit, Seminole states that "as John Lennon and Yoko Ono were leaving Record Plant they gave me a drawing done by John Lennon and signed by him and Yoko Ono."
Rabiah recalls receiving the sketch at about 10:25 p.m. that night.
A very short time later that night, just before 11:00 p.m., Lennon was tragically gunned down by a deranged fan outside the Dakota.
The sketch was auctioned off, with the funds raised Rabiah started the non-profit foundation Blue Horse Mukwa Equine Retirement & Rescue Center .
As with most non profit foundations with animals in the winter time, the costs to feed and run the foundation are in dire need.
This holiday season , Please consider donating to http://www.bluehorsemukwa.org/about-us.html
Better yet, Dec 8 is the annivesary of Lennon's passing. Make a donation "IN MEMORY OF"
Mack Chambers is a native of Spiro, Oklahoma. He played college baseball at Seminole State College in Seminole Ok, for the Legendary Lloyd Simmons. Mack played four years in the Cleveland Indians organization after they drafted him in 1992. He also played 3 years of College Football at Northeastern State University. Mack worked as an Associate Scout for the Tampa Bay Rays for 5 years. He has been involved in running showcases and coaching high school baseball for the last 15 years, as well as coaching elite travel baseball teams for the last eight years.
High School and College Football discussion tonight with Coach Willie Miller and Former Mountaineer JT Thomas. I will get their perspective on Everette Golson transferring from Notre Dame to FSU. What type of impact will this have on the Seminole Roster & their season? Also, a look at Braxton Miller. Will he transfer out of Columbus? And, what a problem to have for Urban Meyer.
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Historians and archaeologist have confirmed that the first people in the Americas were black. Does this mean the indigenous Americans are black? Yes. Although this information has been kept from us, our true identity is starting to unfold. For years we’ve been told that we arrived to the Americas by slave ship, when in fact most of us were already here. Is it possible that the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade is a fictitious story used to trick indigenous black people out of their homelands and history?“…Omission, not distortion, is the far more serious culprit in hiding the story of the black Indians of America.” Williams Lorenz Katz, Black Indians.Many black people who trace their heritage will not find any African slavery in their family. It’s also not a coincidence that many of us blacks have been told by an elder in our family that, “We have Indian in our blood.” There were no ‘red Indians’ until the colonizers began mixing with the indigenous blacks. Below is a short list of black native tribes:The Washitaw of the Louisiana/Midwest
The Yamasee of the South East
The Cherokee Indians
The Blackfoot Indians
The Pequot and Mohegans of Connecticut
The Black Californians (Calafians) (CAL in CALifornia literally means BLAK, after the name of the Great Mamma KALi / Queen KALifa)
The Olmecs of Mexico
The Darienite of Panama
The Seminole Indians
The Creek Indians
The Chata/Choctaw IndiansMoundville Archeological Park, located near Birmingham, AL is an example of how there has been an attempt to suppress the original identity of the Native Americans. Since the early 1970s, the park’s museum had statues that depicted the Native Americans as black people. In 2010, those statues were replaced with white Native Americans.
In this episode of EGUA Marketplace, we examine economic development in the context of independence and Amansesew - Nationbuilding/Restoration. We examine the Gullah Wars, often mislabeled the 'Seminole Wars'. Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) established their independence from enslavement and waged a military campaign against the united states government which lasted for decades. The Gullah Wars were a major factor in forcing the whites and their offspring to accept abolition and emancipation.
We examine our publication:
HOODOO PEOPLE: Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in North America - Akan Custodians of Hoodoo from Ancient Hoodoo/Udunu Land (Khanit/Nubia)
Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan
Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu
Akwamu Nation in North America
Rabiah Sutton, SBC Industry Chair, discusses an exciting event for small business leaders.
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Successful small business leaders, experts, accountants, lawyers and other specialists offer advice, guidance, strategies and suggestions to help small business managers increase profits, add sales, better manage cash flow, improve employee management and streamline operations.
The Purpose Of This National Address is to Raise All Moors Level of Awareness To The Fact That We Need To Come Together Under One Nation So That We Can Honor The Code That We Must Live For Of And By One Another.
James ‘Flaming Eagle’ Mooney is an American Native Black Seminole, and a bloodline descendant of Seminole Medicine Man and War Chief Osceola and his escaped African American slave wife. James is also the namesake and bloodline descendant of one James Mooney, Irish-Scottish son of Irish Catholic immigrants, and American born U.S. Citizen. James Mooney was employed as an Ethnologist at the Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C. Here is an account of three men doing everything in their power to assist the indigenous peoples and their ancient ceremonies of North America to survive the onslaught of atrocities perpetrated by misguided United States government agencies for more than 200 years.
War Chief Osceola was an influential Seminole leader who fought the United States to a standstill in the Florida Everglades, during the second Seminole War, also known as the Florida War of 1835. James’s ancestral family fought the U.S. military in an attempt to stop the expulsion of our First Nations people from their ancestral homeland and bringing about the deliberate annihilation of our indigenous culture.
In 1918, James’s forefather James Mooney fought a war of words before Congress, successfully halting the passage of a Peyote law that was designed to make illegal the entire American Native way of life. Pointedly, the dominant Christian religious mainstream sought to end our earth-based ceremonies and healing and empowerment rites, supplanting these traditions with those imported from across the seas. Of late, this codified denial of our constitutionally guaranteed religious freedom was promoted and enforced by a federal agency known as the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA). James’s great grandfather’s successful defense of our sacrament before Congress was a first step in a long journey to restore and maintain our ancient heritage.
William Mark grew up and still lives in Tallahassee, Florida with his family. He attended the Tallahassee Community College where he graduated with an AA degree and then on to Florida State University where he graduated with a BS degree in Criminology and a minor in Psychology. After college he attended the Pat Thomas Law Enforcement Academy in Midway, Florida. William has almost 14 years of police experience that includes assignments in Homicide and was a member of the Tactical Apprehension and Control (TAC) Team.
William and his family, a wife and three beautiful children, are active members in their church, avid Florida State Seminole fans and enjoy traveling. William’s first novel, From Behind the Blue Line, was self-published. In 2014 William joined the Southern Yellow Pine Publishing team and expects his next novel, Lost in the Darkness, to be out in March of 2015.
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Listen to The Gist of Freedom tonight as we talk with Jennifer Nelson a descendant of the historical black town, Boley OK.
One of the first nationally chartered black-owned banks, Farmers and Merchants Bank in Boley, Oklahoma, an all-black town successfully fended off “Pretty Boy” Floyd’s Bank Robber's Gang!
ON NOVEMBER 23, 1932, three members of Charles A. “Pretty Boy” Floyd’s gang made the worst mistake of their lives. They tried to rob the state’s first nationally chartered black-owned bank Farmers and Merchants Bank in Boley, Ok, an all-black town of proud-walking pioneers.
Up to that point, the Floyd gang had been robbing an average of a bank a week, usually without any resistance.
Gangster Floyd had warned his gang members against robbing the Boley bank because, the people of Boley all had guns, knew how to shoot them and weren't afraid to use them. Photos: Boley Council Members, Boley Bank, SEMINOLE NEGRO INDIAN SCOUTS _
They didn't heed Floyd's warning and Birdwell and Patterson, armed burst into the bank early that morning. announced they were robbing the bank and warned "don't pull no alarm."
The bank's Bookkeeper McCormick, saw the robbers enter. He slipped into the bank's vault, retrieved the rifle and aimed it at Birdwell who was scooping up cash.
At the same time, the Bank's president D.J. Turner, was on duty. He loved Boley and was determined to defend it.
When the alarm began wailing Birdwell hollered, "Did you pull that alarm?" "Sure I did," Turner answered.
Gangster Birdwell shot and Turner fell mortally wounded. McCormick, in turn, shot the second gang member, Birdwell to death.
Excerpts taken from Mrs. Betty DeRamus Facebook post
James WFE Mooney speaks about the history of the movement. Your co-host is Prophecykeepers Radio's Will Blueotter.
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