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Listen to The African History Network Show, Thurs. Oct. 31st, 8pm-11pm EST as we discuss, the essons learned from TLC Documentary “Crazy, Sexy, Cool”. @TheAHNShow #TheAHNShow
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1 Hour – Did you see the movie about R&B/Hip-Hop Group TLC, “Crazy, Sexy, Cool” on VH1? They talked about their terrible contract they had and how they went bankrupt even though they sold 10 million albums? We’ll also share an article from Rapper/Actor/Producer David Banner which gives money advice to aspiring entertainers.
2nd Hour – 10 Ways We Know The Ancient Egyptians Were Black
3rd Hour – Also recent article discussed how most European-Americans (White People) think that African-Americans are better off financially than they actually are.
Detroit: Friday, Nov. 1st - Sunday, Nov. 3rd Michael Imhotep host of The African History Network Show is doing 3 lectures in the Detroit area. All of them are FREE - Donations will be accepted. The African History Network will have DVDs on Sale. PLEASE bring the youth. If they don't show up it's because you didn't bring them. This message will Empower and transform them. Visit http://tinyurl.com/k2vfa8e for more details.
Listen to The African History Network Show Thursday, 8pm - 11pm EST at www.BlogTalkRadio.com/TheAfricanHistoryNetworkShow or visit www.TheAfricanHistoryNetwork.com.
Baba Ifagbemi Faseye is the Founder and Head Priest of the Faseye Institute for the Study of Nature. He has served as a Healer and Diviner of indigenous spiritual traditions for over 15 years, beginning with formal initiation into Tibetan Buddhism, Sanatana Dharma, and finally graduating into the ancestral West African traditions of Nigeria. Currently he is initiated into several priesthoods within the Ifa system, some of which include Ifa, Obatala and Osun.
To read more about Oluwo Faseye please visit http://www.oracleifa.com/#!bio/c18dx
ICERM Radio invites you to its Lecture Program on The Politics of Memory in the Great Lakes;
Featuring René Lemarchand, Ph.D., Emeritus Professor of Political Science at the University of Florida.
Date: Wednesday, October 30, 2013 at 4 pm in ET New York.
This lecture will cover Rwanda, Burundi and Eastern Congo, and will try to show how memorial phenomena (memory distorted, thwarted or falsified) continue to raise obstacles to peaceful co-existence in the region. In grappling with memorial issues, Prof. René Lemarchand draws heavily on Ricoeur's insights. His magnum opus on memory is an important contribution.
René Lemarchand is Emeritus Professor of Political Science at the University of Florida. He has written extensively on the history and politics of the Great Lakes region of Central Africa. His book on RWANDA AND BURUNDI (1970), received the Herskovits Award from the African Studies Association. His latest works include THE DYNAMICS OF VIOLENCE IN CENTRAL AFRICA (2009) and an edited volume on FORGOTTEN GENOCIDES: OBLIVION, DENIAL AND MEMORY (2012). He served as regional advisor on governance and democracy with USAID, first in Abidjan (1992-1996) and then in Accra (1996-1998). He served as visiting lecturer at the University of California at Berkeley, Brown University, Smith College, Concordia University (Montreal) and the Universities of Helsinki, Copenhagen, Bordeaux and Antwerp.
Join us to share your views/experiences or to ask Prof. René Lemarchand your questions. To participate, dial: +1-(347) 989-8294 when the show is on. International calls are accepted.
This week's "Gift from the Elders to the Next Generation" series, is hosted by NCEBC Queen Mother, Dr. Adelaide Sanford and will feature a lively and parent-empowering conversation with Dr. Sharon Washington.
All NCEBC Stakeholders should please plan to join us for this live discussion.
Dr. Sharon Washington is an education anthropologist and the founder of Anthropologi Educational Research and Development, an international firm created to bring “education” back to schools. She is also the author of The Educational Contract, which tackles the difficult job of explaining why so many African American students do so poorly in school by peeling back the layers of why their parents let them, and explaining how the 1954 US Supreme Court case Brown, which was intended to bring equality to education, actually has contributed to the phenomenon. The Educational Contract calls for a deep spiritual work in our public educational system and calls for parents to lead that movement—a movement in the practice of freedom and participation in the transformation of our world.
Africa On The Move is a program that seeks to be a voice for the masses who have been left out of the main stream media in telling their realities. It's a bi-weekly Sundays program, where you can listen to its live shows at 6pm est. All call in listeners are welcome by calling 323-678-0841.
Join Rory and Sheila for a candid conversation with Dr John Jackson to discuss the study of the African American male and Shawn Dove, campaign manager for Open society, a program for Black Male Achievement. This is a show you don't want to miss!
Ephesians 2:8, 9 teaches us that it is "...by grace (we) have been saved through faith," and that this Grace, this faith and this salvation is "not of (ourselves)", but rather; "it is the gift of God, not of works, lest anyone should boast." Throughout my time as a student and teacher of God's Word, I have encountered many who, because of a lack of understanding of the salvific experience as illustrated in scripture, place an inordinate amount of emphasis on what they believe is their contribution to their salvation. While this error in understanding can and does stunt the growth process and potential service of the spiritually young believer, it is generally easily and effectively remedied by spending time in God's Word illustrating what God taught on this very subject. While it is the purpose of Almighty God that all believers grow beyond legalism in their service of him so that they can become effective representatives of Him to a lost and sin sickened world, this same legalism serves to protect "babes in Christ" (Carnal Christians) from opening themselves up to any and everything that seeks to subvert their development into "The Measure of the Stature of The Fullness of Christ" (Spiritual Christians). To be clear, I am not espousing that legalistic teaching in any way is biblically viable or permissible from a Christian perspective. Join me as I address these issuess from the Word of God. I'll also be taking your questions and/or comments live on air at (646)652-2905. Questions and/or comments off air should be directed to (614)388-8838 or e-mailed to email@example.com. All questions received up to 30 minutes before show time will be addressed on air. See you there!!!
This program is hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire.
in The Bible
This Episode is Pt. 3 and will show that the so called African Americans label is to hide your true identity and is used to divide the people of the Most High YHWH. This Episode will reveal further what some of the cultures of so called African Americans (byword) are, which are contrary to what they should be, based on Scriptures and the instructions of YHWH. This episode will also show why this label was chosen for such a people and will show clearly this is a Curse.