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Jahril is a self-taught photographer/visual artist, a sophomore at Howard University studying Film & Political Science, a film intern working with the world-renown Filmmaker Haile Gerima, an entreprenuer, and has a future goal of living and working in Africa. He has travelled to Ghana twice with H.A.B.E.S.H.A. (Helping Africa By Establishing Schools At Home & Abroad) and it had a HUGE impact on his life as a teenager. He has recently returned from his 14 day visit to Ethiopia to document Ethiopia through the eyes of a Rastafari Youth. Jahril will be sharing how the trip has impacted him, his perspective on the exhibit, the Ethiopian culture, Shashamane and more coming from a 19 year old youth born and raised in the Rastafari livity.
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This is InI Radio, a global Rastafari media platform. Join us where we will talk about the word sounds and teachings of HIM Emperor Haile Selassie I, Africa, issues important to the Rastafari community, progressive thought and action in various areas of Rastafari life, and share expressions of Rastafari culture through music, poetry and literature.
And the angel of the Lord spake unto Philip, saying, Arise, and go toward the south unto the way that goeth down from Jerusalem unto Gaza, which is desert.
27And he arose and went: and, behold, a man of Ethiopia, an eunuch of great authority under Candace queen of the Ethiopians, who had the charge of all her treasure, and had come to Jerusalem for to worship,
It would take a massive, multinational effort to defeat Hitler, Mussolini, and Imperial Japan, and cost tens of millions of lives.
Mussolini, seeking an "Italian Empire" in Africa, threw his army and air force against Ethiopia in October 1935. Fascist planes bombed and dropped poison gas on villages. Emperor Haile Selassie turned to the League of Nations and speaking in his native Amharic described fascist air and chemical attacks on a people "without arms, without resources."
In the United States some 2,800 young men and women of different races and backgrounds formed the "Abraham Lincoln Brigade." Seamen and students, farmers and professors, they hoped that their bravery could turn the tide, or at last alert the world to the fascist drive for world domination. Most made their way to Spain illegally as "tourists" visiting France.
William Loren Katz is the author of Black Indians: A Hidden Heritage, The Lincoln Brigade: A Picture History (with Marc Crawford), and 40 other books on African American history, including many for young adults. His website is www.williamlkatz.com. This article is part of the Zinn Education Project If We Knew Our History series.
Tune in to The Gist of Freedom, www.BlackHistoryBlog.com, as we talk with Dr. William Seraile Professor Emeritus of African and African American studies at Lehman College (CUNY)
Dr. Seraile served in Ethiopia as a Peace Corps volunteer. He will discuss opportunities that exist for African Americans and others who may wish to serve. His service in Ethiopia had a profound impact on his life and future career choice. Today, the Peace Corps is trying to recruit more volunteers of color to serve. He earned his master's from Teachers College and a doctorate degree from the City University of New York.New York's Black Regiments During the Civil War was his doctoral dissertation which later became the third of his five books. A superb teacher, he was named Lehman College's 1991 teacher of the year.
Dr, Seraile is also the chair of the advisory committee for the Emmett Till Museum in Glendora, Mississippi
The Peace Corps is a volunteer program run by the federal government. The stated mission of the Peace Corps includes providing technical assistance, helping people outside the United States to understand American culture, and helping Americans to understand the cultures of other countries. .The program was established by Executive Order 10924, issued by President John F. Kennedy on March 1, 1961.Between 1961 and 2013, over 210,000 Americans joined the Peace Corps and served in 139 countries.
It is Christmas and time for some lessons on Christianity and where it started. Lets travel to Ethiopia the First Christian Nation and celebrate Christmas with the. In Ethiopia Christ is depicted as The Lion of Judah and the Lamb of God. More than half of the population of Ethiopia is Orthodox Christian. Ethiopia's Christmas celebration occurs on January 7th, the Feast of the Epiphany, instead of December 25.
Ethiopia has its own calendar and time system, totally unique from any other country. It was found that Jesus Christ was born 5500 years after the creation of the earth, which is the base for the Ethiopian calendar. The establishment of the Ethiopian calendar is mainly based on the Holy Bible and what inferences were made from it. One truth is that he was not a Blonde Haired Blue Eyed European! That we do know.
Are you confused? Curious? If so Tune in and Listen Up! You don't want to miss this show!
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Topic: Maternal Knowledge and Attitudes, Focusing on Pregnancy Nutrition, with Guest: Divya L. Selvakumar, consultant, nutrition specialist, and adjunct faculty member at Montgomery College in Rockville, Maryland. Divya is currently doing her Walden University doctoral research in Northern Ethiopia. She is also the Founder and Director of American Hindu World Service, working in Nigeria. Host: Katy Dickinson
Ever been to Ethiopia? Join talented Toronto-based travel writer Maureen Littlejohn as she visits Travel Itch Radio to talk about her trips to remote Ethiopia and other exotic climes. She's also been to Australia and has a ticket to Swaziland. Join Dan Schlossberg and Christine Tibbetts as they visit with Maureen on BlogTalkRadio.com Thursday 7/19 at 8p EDT. Call in questions at 914-338-0314. See you on the radio!
Join me Monday, July 7th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso when I welcome the return of two of my favorite past guests, Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott, the husband-and-wife storytelling team from Uncornered Market! They join me to discuss travel as a tool for personal development, their recent trip to Ethiopia and East Africa, and MUCH more!
About: Twelve years ago we left San Francisco with six suitcases, a one-way ticket to Prague, Czech Republic and no jobs. Everyone asked, “Are you crazy?” Five years later, we did it again. We quit our traditional office jobs in Prague, sold everything, packed our life into backpacks and set off with a one-way ticket to Bangkok, Thailand. Our sights were set not on a particular city this time, but on the rest of the world.
Our family and friends really thought we had lost it. Not at all. This was us wanting to live deliberately and not asking What if? with regret later in life. What was meant to be a 12-18 month creative sabbatical turned into seven years (and still going) of exploring and sharing stories from this big, beautiful world of ours through our blog and social media channels.
Our goal at Uncornered Market is not just to inspire, but to help others build a story-filled life, whether that may take them around the block…or around the world. You might find us on a grimy, overnight chicken bus in rural India one day and sharing the story on stage the next day. We have been described as adventurers, professionals, and most recently, as travelers and storytellers.
For more information, visit http://uncorneredmarket.com.
How one million people can improve our conditions? Contribute a one time gift of $50 to get $100 of little Amarna money, so we build a town for ourselves. Listen for details or go to www.Nebkheperure.org/support to see what is being built and see how a town benefits our people.
Tam's Healthy Kitchen World Tour where together we travel the world to exotic locals, discovering the healthiest and most delicious cuisines on the planet! In the food you find history, culture, and love of the people who prepare and share it! Our first Stop is Ethiopia right here in Seattle's Central District at Assimba on the corner of MLK and Cherry.
I have always been drawn to the people, the culture and the food of Ethiopia! There is even a chapter dedicated to it in the THK World Vegetarian ebook. Came across Assimba on my seemingly illusive search for pure gluten free organic Ethiopian Cuisine. Listen and meet the owner, Messelu to learn more about this unique conscious restaurant, the culture and it's healthy nutrient rich cuisine.
Visit Assimba and let them know Tam sent you!
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