• 00:45

    Rev. Harris Dr. Kennedy Interview Dr. Kaba & Dr. Varmah

    in Politics Progressive

    Ouestion: Dr. Kaba,
    1. What led you to pursue learning so much about our history, and eventually specializing in early childhood education?
    2. Why do you think a large portion of our Black population in the U.S. lacks an understanding of our history and/or why don't more of us take an active part in seeking this information?
    3. What research have you come across which proves the importance of a people knowing their cultural & historical background?
    4. In knowing that we have such an extensive & long history, many of our people who want to get started can feel intimidated, or just not know where to begin; where would you recommend a person begin as it relates to embarking on this learning quest?
    5. How should we approach teaching our children? Is it as hard as it seems, or as hard as the western educational institutions try to portray?
    6. Why did you decide to take part in the series Hidden Colors? Do you plan on doing any further documentaries, or are you working on any right now?
    Question: Dr. Varmah
    1. What is the Holy Qubtic Church & what place in history does it hold as it relates to religion & Blacks in the Diaspora?
    2. Were Ancient Africans pagans before Judaism & Christianity?
    3. Do you think it's important that we as a people return to our original ways of worship & religious practices?
    4. This word Atonism, or atonement, what is it? And why haven't too many people heard of it, though it is in the bible?
    5. What's your understanding of the origins of the Bible? Are there books that were taken out of the bible?
    6. What other works do you have going on here in the u.s or other places? 
    The Legacy of President Barack Obama!
     
     
     
     

  • 00:46

    Rev. Harris Dr. Kennedy Interview Dr. Kaba & Dr. Varmah

    in Politics Progressive

    Ouestion: Dr. Kaba, 1. What led you to pursue learning so much about our history, and eventually specializing in early childhood education?
    2. Why do you think a large portion of our Black population in the U.S. lacks an understanding of our history and/or why don't more of us take an active part in seeking this information?
    3. What research have you come across which proves the importance of a people knowing their cultural & historical background?
    4. In knowing that we have such an extensive & long history, many of our people who want to get started can feel intimidated, or just not know where to begin; where would you recommend a person begin as it relates to embarking on this learning quest?
    5. How should we approach teaching our children? Is it as hard as it seems, or as hard as the western educational institutions try to portray?
    6. Why did you decide to take part in the series Hidden Colors? Do you plan on doing any further documentaries, or are you working on any right now?
    Question: Dr. Varmah
    1. What is the Holy Qubtic Church & what place in history does it hold as it relates to religion & Blacks in the Diaspora?
    2. Were Ancient Africans pagans before Judaism & Christianity?
    3. Do you think it's important that we as a people return to our original ways of worship & religious practices?
    4. This word Atonism, or atonement, what is it? And why haven't too many people heard of it, though it is in the bible?
    5. What's your understanding of the origins of the Bible? Are there books that were taken out of the bible?
    6. What other works do you have going on here in the u.s or other places?
    The Legacy of Barack Obama! 2013
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

  • 00:46

    Pt.#4 Rev. Harris Dr. Kennedy Interview Dr. Kaba & Dr.Varmah

    in Politics Progressive

    LinkedInShare on emailemail2Embed Question: Dr. Kaba, 1. What led you to pursue learning so much about our history, and eventually specializing in early childhood education? 2. Why do you think a large portion of our Black population in the U.S. lacks an understanding of our history and/or why don't more of us take an active part in seeking this information? 3. What research have you come across which proves the importance of a people knowing their cultural & historical background? 4. In knowing that we have such an extensive & long history, many of our people who want to get started can feel intimidated, or just not know where to begin; where would you recommend a person begin as it relates to embarking on this learning quest? 5. How should we approach teaching our children? Is it as hard as it seems, or as hard as the western educational institutions try to portray? 6. Why did you decide to take part in the series Hidden Colors? Do you plan on doing any further documentaries, or are you working on any right now? Question: Dr. Varmah 1. What is the Holy Qubtic Church & what place in history does it hold as it relates to religion & Blacks in the Diaspora? 2. Were Ancient Africans pagans before Judaism & Christianity? 3. Do you think it's important that we as a people return to our original ways of worship & religious practices? 4. This word Atonism, or atonement, what is it? And why haven't too many people heard of it, though it is in the bible? 5. What's your understanding of the origins of the Bible? Are there books that were taken out of the bible? 6. What other works do you have going on here in the u.s or other places? The Legacy of President Barack Obama!

  • 00:46

    Pt.#4 Rev. Harris Dr. Kennedy Interview Dr. Kaba & Dr.Varmah

    in Politics Progressive

    Question: Dr. Kaba,
    1. What led you to pursue learning so much about our history, and eventually specializing in early childhood education?
    2. Why do you think a large portion of our Black population in the U.S. lacks an understanding of our history and/or why don't more of us take an active part in seeking this information?
    3. What research have you come across which proves the importance of a people knowing their cultural & historical background?
    4. In knowing that we have such an extensive & long history, many of our people who want to get started can feel intimidated, or just not know where to begin; where would you recommend a person begin as it relates to embarking on this learning quest?
    5. How should we approach teaching our children? Is it as hard as it seems, or as hard as the western educational institutions try to portray?
    6. Why did you decide to take part in the series Hidden Colors? Do you plan on doing any further documentaries, or are you working on any right now?
    Question: Dr. Varmah
    1. What is the Holy Qubtic Church & what place in history does it hold as it relates to religion & Blacks in the Diaspora?
    2. Were Ancient Africans pagans before Judaism &
    Christianity?
    3. Do you think it's important that we as a people return to our original ways of worship & religious practices?
    4. This word Atonism, or atonement, what is it? And why haven't too many people heard of it, though it is in the bible?
    5. What's your understanding of the origins of the Bible? Are there books that were taken out of the bible?
    6. What other works do you have going on here in the u.s or other places?
    The Legacy of President Barack Obama!
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

  • 02:01

    Nubian Spirituality in the New Millienium

    in Education

    The Global Brain Food Radio will have special guest Reverend Dr A.J Varmah (Haru Hotep Tar). He will speak about Nubian Spirituality and where it must go in this new millennium. Please tune on February 16, 2012 from 8pm to 10pm est. This will be a very powerful show with alot of information . 

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