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Be sure to join us for another broadcast of George Jackson University radio, Wednesday Night at 8est/7cst, 2/17/2016 with our special guest Rev. Dr. Nikitah Okembe-RA Imani, Professor in the Department of Black Studies at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Dr. Nikitah Imani is also Chair of the UNO Department of Black Studies. With regard to research, his publications and work has been in the areas of Pan-African studies. He has published two major books Mbongi and Kinzonzi (both Reapalife, 2004). Mbongi is a theoretical formulation of how Africana peoples throughout the diaspora, but particularly in the United States, might go about creating organic, local political institutions that would more effective represent the communal will and serve as a springboard for domestic development. The caveat is that this formulation is specifically focused on African traditional models of political organization, the referent case being the institutions of the ancient Bantu in the southern regions of the Motherland. Kinzonzi is similarly grounded, but focused on the creation of communitarian mediation institutions for local dispute resolution. His third book, out in 2011 was a project with University Press of America on Eurocentric psychotherapy and its neocolonialist implications based upon his NSF funded dissertation work and was entitled Head Games. Dr. Imani recently received an Africana studies grant to work on a series of other book manuscripts on Africentric classical mathematics and its connection to then-contemporaneous worldviews. Dr. Imani published a chapter in Color Behind Bars: Racism in the U.S. Prison System. “The Incarcerative Mentality of Eurocentrism: Prisoner Identification and Jailing the Imperfect Body,” LET US TALK TO THIS MAN! THINK STRATEGY! Call in number 347 8267332 or listen online at www.blogtalkradio.com/georgejacksonradio
Kwanzaa celebrates what its founder called the seven principles of Kwanzaa, or Nguzo Saba (originally Nguzu Saba—the seven principles of African Heritage), which Karenga said "is a communitarian African philosophy," consisting of what Karenga called "the best of African thought and practice in constant exchange with the world." These seven principles comprise *Kawaida, a Swahili term for tradition and reason. Each of the seven days of Kwanzaa is dedicated to one of the following principles, as follows:
Umoja (Unity): To strive for and to maintain unity in the family, community, nation, and race.
Kujichagulia (Self-Determination): To define ourselves, name ourselves, create for ourselves, and speak for ourselves.
Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility): To build and maintain our community together and make our brothers' and sisters' problems our problems, and to solve them together.
Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics): To build and maintain our own stores, shops, and other businesses and to profit from them together.
Nia (Purpose): To make our collective vocation the building and developing of our community in order to restore our people to their traditional greatness.
Kuumba (Creativity): To do always as much as we can, in the way we can, in order to leave our community more beautiful and beneficial than we inherited it.
Imani (Faith): To believe with all our hearts in our people, our parents, our teachers, our leaders, and the righteousness and victory of our struggle
The ORACLE Speaks ..... "all-ways remember to love yourself"
Tonight at 7pm (CST) on "What's Your Story?" Special guest will be Dr. LaWanda M. Clark, The Communitarian. Dr. Clark's work and life is focused on the relationship between self and the community in which a person shares values, norms, meanings, history and identity. I'm super excited to have Dr. Clark joining me for this powerful episode as we dig deep into the idea of role reversal, manipulation and misuse of "perceived" power and the emotional fallout that follows these behaviors.
Dr. Clark will share her personal story with us as we attempt to unpack this controversial topic...What happens when "THE PREY BECOMES THE HUNTER?!?". Based on the proverbial saying..."It AIN'T NO FUN when the rabbit got the gun?!?!."
HOTT TOPIC!!!!!! "THE PREY BECOMES THE HUNTER!" Please bring your thought provoking questions and comments and join us Monday night at 7pm (CST) on "What's Your Story?" by calling 347-324-5327. If at anytime you wish to share your thoughts with the host or guest, simply press 1. You can also find us online at www.blogtalkradio.com/taylorkennediemedia/2015/06/16/whats-your-story-w-sharolyn-payton
With the New Year unfolding, a spiritual tune-up is fitting. Attorney-lecturer John Haller (voice of the Columbus Bible Prophecy Conference) is a respected discerner of trendy spiritual formation lifted from Catholic Jesuit tradition, Cosmic Humanism (mysticism), & other religions cleverly rebranded so as to appear Christian. Never challenged by moral, ethical, or theological questions, casting vision today too often is beholden to some marketing function. At such a time as this—marked by rampant deception & Laodicean lukewarmness—Christians must grasp & apply the plumb line of truth in order to turn the tide of communitarian systems thought, infecting even evangelical churches & seminaries. Tune in for a timely tune up!
Kwanzaa was created to reaffirm and restore our rootedness in African culture. It is, therefore, an expression of recovery and reconstruction of African culture which was being conducted in the general context of the Black Liberation Movement of the '60's and in the specific context of The Organization Us, the founding organization of Kwanzaa and the authoritative keeper of its tradition. Secondly, Kwanzaa was created to serve as a regular communal celebration to reaffirm and reinforce the bonds between us as a people. It was designed to be an ingathering to strengthen community and reaffirm common identity, purpose and direction as a people and a world community. Thirdly, Kwanzaa was created to introduce and reinforce the Nguzo Saba (the Seven Principles.) These seven communitarian African values are: Umoja (Unity), Kujichagulia (Self-Determination), Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility), Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics), Nia (Purpose), Kuumba (Creativity), and Imani (Faith). This stress on the Nguzo Saba was at the same time an emphasis on the importance of African communitarian values in general, which stress family, community and culture and speak to the best of what it means to be African and human in the fullest sense. And Kwanzaa was conceived as a fundamental and important way to introduce and reinforce these values and cultivate appreciation for them.
Todays show will focus on the 4th Principle UJamaa Cooperative Economics and how it relates to network marketing
Blakely Bennett joins CL Gammon for a visit. Blakely Bennett grew up in Southeast Florida and has been residing in the great Northwest for over nine years. She graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a degree in psychology, which accounts for her particular interest in crafting the personalities, struggles, and motivations of her characters. She is an avid reader of many genres of fiction, but especially enjoys erotica and romance. Writing has always been her bliss. Blakely is married to a wonderful, loving, and supportive husband, who is also a writer, and who helps to keep her grounded. She is a mother, a communitarian, a lover of music (it is always on while she is writing thanks to Pandora), and a good friend. An advocate of love and female empowerment, she is also a facilitator for a women's group. She loves to walk and hike for exercise, and finds that, since moving to Seattle, Washington, she is now one of those crazy people who walk in the rain. Bittersweet Deceit is her sixth novel and the second book in the Bound by Your Love Series. Stuck in Between is the first. She is also the author of the dark erotic suspense My Body Trilogy (My Body-His, My Body-His (Marcello) and My Body-Mine) and the co-author of the contemporary romance, The Demarcation of Jack which she wrote with her husband, Dana Bennett.
Bruce Wright, President
Arizona Center for Innovation (AzCI), the University of Arizona, and the Office of University Research Parks
To begin with, Bruce is a thought leader, a visionary, a man of action AND a communitarian! (Don't you love that?) He helped create AzCI, a high technology business incubator that helps entrepreneurs turn their innovative ideas into successful ventures. Bruce's research interests include regional economic development, international trade and business development, and technology development and commercialization. In addition to his role as President of AzCI, Bruce also serves as an adjunct instructor in the UA Department of Geography and Regional Development. I very much look forward to learning more about AzCI's successes and plans for the future. This show sponsored by The University of Arizona.
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Agenda 21 and Codex Alimentarius are programs of the U.N. that will limit our lives greatly. Using climate change as the reason, “sustainability” and "smart growth" are the buzz words being used to move the population to communitarian living in tiny living spaces with minimal use of resources, as planned by the Transnational Interlocking Corporate Kingdom.
BEWITCHING TOURS March 4 - April 1st
BLAKELY BENNETT Blakley grew up in Southeast Florida and has been residing in the great Northwest for over seven years. She graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a degree in psychology, which accounts for her particular interest in crafting the personalities, struggles, and motivations of her characters. She is an avid reader of many genres of fiction, but especially erotica and romance. Writing has always been her bliss.
She is attracted to stories of self-struggle and ultimate recovery. Blakely is married to a wonderful, loving and supportive husband, also a writer, who helps to keep her grounded. She is a mother, a communitarian, a lover of music (always on while she is writing—thank you, Pandora), and a good friend.
An advocate of love and female empowerment, she is a facilitator for a women’s group. She loves to walk and hike for exercise and finds that, since moving to Seattle, WA, she is now one of those “crazy” people who walk in the rain. You can find Blakely on the Web at:
BLOG @BlakelyBennett GOODEADS FACEBOOK
Tonight's topics include proposed gun bans by communist gun-grabbers Senator Diane Feinstein & Missouri Democratic State Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal.
Also, Hillary Clinton's BS Benghazi testimony, Van Jones on Obama being a "Communitarian", John Kerry implementing Obama's vision for the world and other progressive liberal psycho-babble.
....have another Thursday Nite Tidbit (TNT) session! Lot's has happened. And as much as I'm fed up with this 2012 election maybe someone would like to talk about the results. Who won and who lost? To me the answers are easy. WE, America, lost! The sovereigns. The collective globalonyists, the Communitarians won!
Remember, this is one of the few Two Way Talk shows with no ads and no screening B4 or after you get on. And the only really fair and balanced on in the MT neck of the woods. And most likely in YOUR neck of the woods.
Let's get together and...steal your RIGHTS! Sung to Marley's tune. However, I really don't think that's what Bob meant. But the Communitarian means it. Those with the collective mindset to use government forces and regulatory powers to "rob" us, the individuals, of our unalienable sovereign rights. All in the name of a sustainable economy, environment and social equality/justice.
So what's that got to do with the subject of this episode? Guess you'll have to listen to find out. Especially if you live in the great North West...Federal Region VIII.