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World Footprints revisits South Africa to explore the country that Nelson Mandela built. Our journey will take us through the world of fine art and will focus on the transformative power of art with Martin Britz, President and Founder of Soweto Fine Art, will join us from Johannesburg to talk about his personal journey from an Afrikaner military officer to a champion for black South African artists. Martin will share some unique insights into the people, culture, and South African society today; and he’ll talk about his quest to promote and empower the diverse people on the African continent and expose its art treasures to the world. Then we’ll travel back to Maryland for a visit to Galerie Myrtis to chat with several prominent art collectors who gathered to discuss the topics of cultural preservation through art collecting, connoisseurship and philanthropy. Based in Baltimore, Galerie Myrtis features works by African, African-American and emerging artists with a mission to utilize the visual arts to raise awareness for artists who deserve recognition for their contributions in artistically portraying our historic and cultural landscape; and recognize art movements that paved the way for freedom of artistic expression.
Dan Moyo joined the African National Congress underground unit in 1979 which led to his membership to UMkhonto weSizwe its military wing later in the same year. He received both military and political training in Angola and redeployed back into South Africa to engage the enemy in the Eastern front area now called Mpumalanga where he was originally born. Early in March 1981, he was arrested and charged under the notorious terrorism act of 1967, and wassentenced to 10-yrs with 5-yesrs minimum and 5-years to run concurrently. He was imprisoned to serve his sentenced in Robben Island Maximum Security Prison where all other freedom fighters were kept including former Rivonia trial's ANC leadership. The late President Nelson Mandela was a member of this imprisoned group.
Join host Celeste S. Duckworth and featured guest Author Mirthell Bayliss who has an extraordinary gift of writing.
She has completed four more novels to add to her collection of novels; which three includes the trilogy The House of Elliott Series and her new release On the Backburner and The Daughter’s & Spirit of Harriet, which is a compilation of accomplished women and men nationwide, to be honored for their roles in their churches, communities or as entrepreneurs, in memory of the late Harriet Tubman, Nelson Mandela & Thomas Garrett.
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Do you feel trapped by your life situations or challenges? We may not have control over many of the situations that occur in our life; however, we can choose our thoughts and how we respond to these situations. Join Nancy Gentle Boudrie as we cultivate a mindset of freedom by changing how we view our current life experience.
"As I walked out the door toward the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew if I didn't leave my bitterness and hatred behind, I'd still be in prison." -Nelson Mandela
Tune in to a Happiness Index on Blog Talk Radio with Kokomon Clottey! Kokomon continues to open a dialogue on service for our global community. Service has different meanings for many people. However, true service according to the ancient teachings of wisdom traditions is a path to happiness as well as greatness. Examples of great leaders are, Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi, Buddha, Jesus, Martin Luther King, Jr. Mother Teresa, Princes Diane to name but a few. All these leaders have one thing in common they served and went beyond a call of duty. Conceptually, did the deep service that these icons gave to the world offered happiness to them. This can be debatable. Sometimes it may take many years before society (people) realized the enormous contribution one has made to uplift the human condition and it may appear that they did not receive the happiness they deserved. The challenge is that one cannot take the road to happiness by being of service; it is the other way around, one must take the road of service to realize true happiness. The Dalai Lama said "If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion." Therefore, we can assume that true happiness comes from being of service and practicing compassion. If we can practice compassion for all beings, we can be happy." Join us on the "Happiness Index" and discover true happiness.
Dan Moyo (standing directly behind the Honorable Nelson Mandela), joined the African National Congress underground unit in 1979 which led to his membership to UMkhonto weSizwe its military wing later in the same year. He received both military and political training in Angola and redeployed back into South Africa to engage the enemy in the Eastern front area now called Mpumalanga where he was originally born. Early in March 1981, he was arrested and charged under the notorious terrorism act of 1967, and wassentenced to 10-yrs with 5-yesrs minimum and 5-years to run concurrently.
He was imprisoned to serve his sentenced in Robben Island Maximum Security Prison where all other freedom fighters were kept including former Rivonia trial's ANC leadership. The late President Nelson Mandela was a member of this imprisoned group.
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Lee County Commission Candidate Debbie Jordan
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Ms. Sophia Stewart
..."Mother of The Matrix" has received numerous awards for her achievements over the past few years. After earning the Rosa Parks Award' from the NAACP in December 2005, she also got the honor award for empowering the people from the Las Vegas Music Awards in September 2006. On June 2, 2007 she was nominated for the international award called: 'Lifting Up the World with a Oneness Heart.' An award offered to people who have made exceptional contributions to the human family. Some of the receivers of this award include: Nelson Mandela, Mikhail Gorbachev, Mother Teresa, Pope John Paul, Jesse Jackson and many others.
Mother of the Matrix as she is affectionately known, wrote her Epic The Third Eye while she was studying cinema at the University of Southern California. This ingenuous work, copyrighted since 1981, is the foundation and contains the core elements of the blockbuster films: The Terminator and The Matrix.
Stewart's brilliance lies in her ability to create characters, stories and cinematic magic. In The Third Eye, she has transformed comprehensive metaphysical and spiritual concepts into the most revered science fiction films of the 20th century. The Terminator and The Matrix films are among the most artistically phenomenal and financially profitable film franchises in Hollywood’s history. These works have currently grossed over $25 billion dollars, won 4 Oscars, and continue to generate revenue internationally.
She is currently continuing her epic work in the upcoming Matrix 4 movie.
On the latest episode of the BIG show, our special guest will be French businessman, Jean Yves Olliver, the subject of the compelling documentary, Plot for Peace. The doc tells the story of Olliver's clandestine, behind-the-scene diplomatic role, which ultimately led to the release of Nelson Mandela. Plus, we'll also say goodbye to another television fav as the sun sets on Boardwalk Empire. We'll also have entertainment news and reviews of the latest films including Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) and John Wick on Episode 268 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
ia to Libya, on Radio Revolution.
Indeed, from Liberia to Libya the past couple years we have seen imperialist interventions whether under the guise of health or humanitarianism, the continued economic colonialism and enslavement of the African continent, in both North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa, has continued into the 21st century. Will a Lumumba or Mandela emerge as a new leader to fight the continued oppression of the West, in particular the US empire and NATO gangsters? We discuss this scenario, guests are free to call in or ask questions in chat box, facebook, etc.
Tune in and turn on to "A Happiness Index" and connect to your inner joy. We are starting a series on "Service: A Path to happiness." Service has different meanings for many people. However, true service according to the ancient teachings of wisdom traditions is a path to happiness as well as greatness. Examples of great leaders are, Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi, Buddha, Jesus, Martin Luther King, Jr. Mother Teresa, Princess Diana to name but a few. All these leaders have one thing in common they served and went beyond a call of duty. Conceptually, one does not attained greatness until after one’s death. And sometimes it may take many years before society (people) realized the enormous contribution one has made to uplift the human condition. The challenge is that one cannot take the road to greatness by being of service; it is the other way around, one must take the road of service to be great. Dr. Martin Luther King said, "Everyone has the power for greatness -- not for fame, but greatness, because greatness is determined by service.” Service is a matter of devotion and love!
The Gruesome Reality of Racist South Africa.” In painstaking detail, Ahlert goes where angels fear to tread in exposing the murderous, borderline genocidal, conditions under which white South Africans are systematically forced to labor. The very same Western media that campaigned tirelessly against the apartheid of the old South Africa now refuse to utter a syllable about the cruelty and injustices that plague the new. In light of the ubiquity of this cowardice, Ahlert’s courage is that much more salient—and that much more commendable.
Statements made about minorities by ANC Government Officials towards SA minority citizens
“When Mandela dies we will kill you whites like flies” – Mzukisi Gaba (ANC councillor and politician at the Provincial government of the Western Cape.) “Kill the Boer – Kill the Farmer” – Peter Mokaba (Murdered ANC populist) “Stealing from whites is not a crime” – Faraday Nkoane, Leader of the Uhuru culture club. “I have beaten the Colonials – and I am going to beat the children of the children of the Colonials” – Julius Malema (ANC youth leader) “Kill them- Kill the Amaburu” – song by the ANC and Mandela “All whites are racists” – Dept. Minister Fikile Mbalula “Whites will be threatened with a revolution by black people if the racial quotas are not met” – Jimmy Manji (Black management forum leader) .
We are here today to declare war. We are against violence, but if this is what it takes to force a bad farmer in a direction, then they should be smashed (moered) in that direction. If farmers continue to violate the rights of our workers like mad dogs then we need to beat them until they stop.
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