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Miss Aisha Sekhmet will share her views on the System of White Supremacy. Aisha Sekhmet is is a hip hop artist and activist who works aggressively to combat Racism/White Supremacy. Her latest album, The Answer, is loaded with hardcore, political anthems. "We Watch Haiti Die", "Mad Blackman 33 Speaks" and "Whiteman's B!tch" explosively articulate the rage of black Victims of Racism/White Supremacy. We'll ask Miss Sekhmet who inspired her as an artist/activist and how her art has been received.
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This episode TE! Talks with Ms. Aisha Sekhmet, Activist, Artist, Outspoken Political Rapper and the woman behind songs like White Man's Bitch, Everybody's Gay and We at War.
If you have never listened to TE! Talks before this would be the episode to listen to. Miss Sekhmet has something to say and We Need To Talk About It!
As long as America has been a nation -black people that live there have been the top entertainers. But even with so called "advancements" in civil rights it seems that the top tier of these enterainers are showcased only when they potray there own community in a sterotypical or degrading light. Why is it that "coonery" is the is the most successful form of entertainment in America? Where are all the "positive"artists?
Revolutionary Louisanna bred rapper, Aisha Sekhmet gets real w/ 2RAW4TV. She talks about her journey, the secrets about Atlanta, and who head is next to go under The Guillotine. Check out the best female mc of this time. 2-23-2012 blogtalkradio.com/2RAW4TV @ 11PM EST- CALL 323-410-0036 TO COMMENT ? OR LISTEN
Karen and I will be talking about Goddess, Sacred Feminine Spirituality, politics, social justice, reconciling our spirituality and politics, Sekhmet the archetype of female empowerment and how mythology shapes our future making Goddess mythology radically important!
This will be a highly energetic conversation which we encourage audience participation by calling in to 646 716 8397 or via skype at prairielandpaganradio
As a child, I had clairvoyant abilities and regularly saw spirits, however I never realized there was anything unique about that and I primarily saw them as friends. In 1991, I experienced a spiritual awakening and my life changed. I have since studied Tibetan Buddhism, and am empowered in Medicine Buddha, White Tara, Norjuma and Shambala through Khenchen Palden Sherab & Khenpo Tsewang Dongyal. I also practiced the purification practice of fasting, and prayer practice known as Nyungne several times & have spent years in regular meditation practice. I hold Reiki Master attunements in Sekhem-Seichim as well as Sekhmet Seichim. I also like to think of myself as a "teacher" of A Course in Miracles, rather than a "student". I am married, and am a mother to an amazingly "awake" eleven year old son, as well as a caretaker and friend to three cats, and one dog.
The Masters wish to help with our ascension process, and their channeling is imbued with the higher realm energies, to help with our advancement. Their words are uplifting, encouraging and empowering and their energies speak for themselves. They are here to help us ascend. They state that the only limitations to our advancement and realizations of who we truly are, which are masters ourselves, are the limitations we still place on ourselves. I hope you find the channelings helpful. It is my honor to serve and be a channel for the Light and the Love that we ALL truly are.
TODAYS WOMEN IN MUSIC LYRICAL DIVA SHOW FEATURES SOME OF URBAN MUSIC CUTTING EDGE WOMEN IN MUSIC RECORDING ARTIST COMING IN THE GAME AS WELL AS SUM OF THE HARDEST WOMEN IN MUSIC MAKING NOISE OR OTHER WISE SOLIFIED IN AN INDUSTRY WHERE WOMEN IN MUSIC ARE SELDOMLY RESPECTED MUCH LESS HEARD:
LADY SAW:BACK SHOT
LADY STUNN/LADY TIC/LADY HALF/LADY BG/BG ROWDY/SNOW:KISS & TELL
SASHA:KILL THE BITCH
MACK MAMA:NASTY BITCH
LADY SAW PREETY
SPICE MARIJUAN:WEED & SEX
DA TROOPPA;MAD IZMS
LADY STUNN:ME AND MY BITCHES
LIL KIM:HOT NIGGA
LADY TIC & BG OFFICAL:THE FUNCTION(CRIMNESS MURDA MIX)
YOUNG ZEE FT RAH DIGGA:ONE TO THE BODY
KOOL KEITH FT PAULA PERRY:CORNBALLS
KIZZY RAW:KIZZY RAW BIGGIE
KNOXTY:DEAD END STREET
SYA FT RED SHAYDEZ:SOUL MUZIK
LADY STUNN:I GOT YOUR BACK
LADY LESHURR:REAL FRIENDS
DIAMONIQUE FT DIRTY BIRDY/SLY BOOGY:THE GET BACK
LIL KIM FT TIFFANY FOXX & EL FOTHER:PANDA(REMIX)
LEXICON:TRIAL AND ERROR
AISHA SEKMENT:UNITY & BULLETS
OPAL:I KNOW YOU SEE IT
VONNA JEWELZ FT BABS BUNNY:ITS A SHOW
IGGY AZALEA FT CHARLI XCX & LIL KIM:FANCY
EMPRESS RAW:OH LETS DO IT
BRYD LADY:MY TEAM
QaNAIRY DIAMONDS:HOT NIGGA COVER
Sura 95 "The Fig"
1. By the Fig and the Olive
2. And the Mount of Sinai
3. And this City of security
4. We have indeed created man in the best of molds
5. Then do We abase him (to be) the lowest of the low
6. Except such as believe and do righteous deeds: for they shall have a reward unfailing.
7. Then what can after this contradict thee; as to the Judgment (to come)?
8. Is not Allah the wisest of Judges?
Once a companion of Prophet Muhammad said to, Aisha (ra), the Prophet's (saw) wife, "Tell me about the character of Muhammad." She instantly replied, "You ask of the character of Muhammad (saw)? He is the Qur'an walking".
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
Today is the anniversary of Lil' Bobby Hutton's killing at the hands of the Oakland Police (COINTELPRO operatives). He was the first casualty (at 17). We want to say: Ashay! Long Live the Spirit of this brave warrior for justice! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l13FYpRuqTI
From the Archives:
1. Aisha Brown, Alameda County Supervisor Carson's office, re: African American Organizations Making Connections II at Laney College (aired 2/24/2013)
2. Alrick Brown, dir., "Kinyawanda" featured at SFIFF54 (aired 4/4)
3. Albert Mazibuko, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Singing for Peace (3/2013 Tour). We reflect on Women's History Month. Music: "Yangiluma" (aired March '13).
Music: Amikaeyla's "Dreamer," from Being in Love; Hunter Poetry's "Every Breath of Life," WolfHawkJaquar's "Esu Exit."
Understanding the Controversy on Pakistan's Women's Protection Bill
Aisha Mukhtar (Twitter: @aisha_mukhtar) is a development practitioner currently pursuing Mid-Career Master's in Public Administration (MC-MPA) program at Harvard Kennedy School of Government as Mason Fellow, on Fulbright scholarship. She has worked with various development agencies, including the UN Women.
Dr. Mona Kazim Shah, (Twitter:@monakazimshah) is a medical doctor by training, She is a freelance journalist and hosts and produces the radio show "Politics Today", an audience interactive radio show which focuses on politics and sociopolitical issues in Pakistan. She has interviewed a broad range of personalities, ranging from elected political leaders to people from the underworld running political parties to chiefs of terrorist organization to the family of Malala Yusufzai. Using the radio show as a platform, she champions the rights of minorities and persecuted groups in Pakistan and here in the United States. Dr. Shah recently founded "Project Pakistan" to help families and individuals in Pakistan by paying tuition, providing clothing, funding weddings, or simply donating food to families in need. Currently she is working in collaboration with documentary film-makers on a number of projects including the upcoming film The Approximate Target on civilian drone attack survivors and another documentary on domestic violence in Afghanistan, Pakistan and US.
Malik Siraj Akbar, President, the Balochistan Institute, Washington D.C.