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Discussions regarding the question of EGYPTIAN SUN worship vs. CHRISTIANITY came up in recent social media discussion, as well as more Nuwabian / Afrocentric Cult discussions, author/teacher Richard Graves has extended an invitation to the advocates of the these pseudo-African "religions" to OPEN debate, join us this Sunday, August 4, 2012 at 7:00pm, call in (347) 324-3412 or TUNE IN ONLINE.
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Social -- "living together in communities or organized groups", and.
Justice -- "the upholding of what is just, especially fair and due reward in accordance with honor, standards, or law."
Every human being, especially society’s leaders, has a God-given moral duty to protect fellow human beings from social injustices whenever and wherever it is practical.
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Tonight we will talk about the news and topics of today.Ripped from the headlines.Robert Mugabe says Whites must go!It is time for Afrocentric scholars and the so called past elders to go?Some people seem to think so.What have the elders done to deserve respect?We are going through an awakening among African Americans.Our enemies Black,White and yellow are exposing themselves.Also I have always been looking at this Hobby Lobby Situation and the hypocrisy surrounding it.Why are we losing the image war?I wonder why the global image of Black America is so negative?Is this deliberate?Tonight I may have some debaters calling in the show to confront me.Lets have some serious but fun talk tonight in Kala Land.
Follow us here on WJBR (Internet Radio for the Inquisitive Mind and the Sophistocated Ear) Kenny Bobien is widely known as King of Gospel House Music. Soaring over soulful house music beats and vibes is Kenny's undeniably beautiful falsetto. While your moving your body to the afrocentric soulful rhythms you realize that you are singing gospel praise songs. "I shall not be moved" "Father" and so many other wonderfully danceable praisable songs will remind you as your getting your groove on or while your in the groove that you are still a precious child of God! I love Kenny's music and message! Personally, I call him The Father of Gospel House but, King is apt as he reigns supreme in this genre of music. Join Nathan James with "What's Going On?" Meka Rae for "The G-Spot" and Kenny Bobien as he celebrates 25 years in the music industry on Brunch In The Basement With JaVonne.
There is an overarching stereotype about the absence of African men in family and community development. Some claim that African "Black" males have failed to protect their communities while some say African leaders are the ones failing to protect their societies. Is there some validity is this stereotype?
However, history portrays Africa as an organized society where males prided themselves in protecting their communities. This character trait dates as far back as pre-colonial days were men were more socio-politically visible than women and in some societies; even though they deferred some of the sociopolitical roles to women. In those societies, women were allowed to make decisions pertaining to women affairs, but in general, men played various roles as councilmen, elders, and as a matter of fact, as those responsible for guarding the living from the forces of evil.
How do character traits of today's men differ from those of our ancestors? What have we forgotten to remember? Is it good to remember and continue to observe the cultural legacy and behavioral commitments of the ancestors? Is it possible to combine the Afrocentric governance with those of our ancestors? From the look of things, corrupt governments, killings, etc., it appears black leaders have moved too far from the good traditional practices of their ancestors. If this is the case, then who protects black communities? Should those good traditional protective roles be abandoned? Will electoral processes work in black communities, particularly, in Africa? Where do we go from here?
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C. D. Witherspoon has been a student of politics since the age of 19. He is 32 and has been to Georgia, Alabama and Rhode Island in the past weeks standing up for black people. The Civil Rights leader will share his take on the upcoming Maryland Primary Election on June 24, 2014. The Baltimore-based servant of the people gives an up-close and personal take on this election from an Afrocentric perspective. Witherspoon has a working knowledge of Maryland political history and provides an unique insight not typically heard.
Obsidian News has offices in Senegal, South Africa and Brazil. The sharp truth: local, national and global. In this interview, Juel gives a synopsis of the life of a black media entrepreneur, including his Afrocentric view of media and how it should be used. He also gives insight on New Jersey politics and an update on his work with the parents of Lavena Johnson, the US soldier who is believed to have been brutally raped and murdered while on tour in Iraq.
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Onli has authored and illustrated several comic books and graphic novels, including NOG, Protector of the Pyramids. He is known as "the father" of the "Black Age of Comics," a movement dedicated to the promotion, creation, and support of Afrocentric comic books and graphic novels.
Mr. Onli will discuss the benefits of participating in professional development activities with ONLI STUDIOS and how learning can be enhanced by utilizing graphic images in the classroom.
One does not have to be a "talented artist" to be successful in these workshops.
These are I.S.B.E. Approved workshops for educators grades K-12.
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In celebration of National Poetry Month, Wombanist Views is proud to present Tanisha Lynn Pyron, who is a poet and much more!
Tanish Lynn Pyron is an actress, commercial model, creative photographer, visual griot, director, producer, revolutionary artist, founder of the Facebook page The Afrocentric Pin-Up, as well as an media entrepreneur who is currently launching the brand PRETTY FIRE.
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She joins us on Wombanist Views to discuss all of these wonderful endeavors, which includes her passion for the arts, her committment to revolutionary transformations, as well as the healing, empoerment, and uplifting of women whose beauty and worth have been ignored by the mainstream.
Wombanist Views, created, produced, and co-hosted by Cherise Charleswell, is dedicated to broadcasting the voices of women who are doing positive and excitng things in their communities around-the-globe.
Please join Professor Griff & ZaZa Ali, as we deal with the term / terminology / word / existence of Blackness. Let's talk about Melanin, Carbon, Race & Nationality. Should we identify with a land mass or with the divine self? Or both? What is Black Matter & how does that relate to God, the micro & macro womb, & the current condition of our people? Why is the term BLACK controversial? Show starts at 8pm EST / 5pm PST. Call in # is 347-633-9644. Peace.
On this Episode We will talk to Mr. Tambuzi about the significance of African American History. Mr. Tambuzi is one fo the the people who influenced me to do more and be more.
Mr. Tambuzi is a co-founder of the Affordable Housing Coalition of San Diego and served as its first treasurer. Additionally, he served as consultant to the Southeastern Economic Development Corp. (SEDC); working on employment and job readiness issues, and Christ Church of San Diego, Inc., as program coordinator for their Supplemental Educations Services Program, an outgrowth of No Child Left Behind legislation initiated by the Bush Administration.
Mr. Tambuzi is a civic and community advocate/activist with a focus on social and economic justice issues. As such, he has been a member of the Organization Us, the founding organization of Kwanzaa and has been a practitioner of the holiday for as long. He also serves on the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency Healthy Works Leadership Team and he is the co-facilitator of the County of San Diego Central Region Health Advisory Team.
Tambuzi helped organize many events, including the annual Cesar Chavez Walk in Lincoln Park, Kwanzaa celebrations, a farmer’s market and food co-op for seniors. Tambuzi is a graduate of LEAD San Diego and served as the president of African-American Writers and Artists, Inc. for two years.
Mr. Tambuzi attended San Diego City College, where his major focus of study was journalism, and the University of California, at San Diego, majoring in both Communications and Sociology. He has been married for the past twenty-eight years to Aminisha Tambuzi, co-founder and choreographer for the Teye Sa Thiosane African Drum and Dance Company. Mr. Tambuzi is the father of six adult children and has nine grandchildren.
Ukali’s books and Black Love Spoken Word:
-The Black Expatriate in Africa (1982)
-Journey to the Motherland, From San Francisco to Benin City (2002)
-History To Destiny Through Afrocentric Poetry (2004)
-Loving Black Women (2006)
Ukali has delivered his unique Black Love Spoken Word from Sacramento to L. A. to San Francisco to Brooklyn NY!