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Today's show highlights the work of artists supporting youth development in Ghana. We speak with the poet Sedinam about his artistic works to uplift the next generation of creatives in Ghana.
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Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. We feature our regular PANW report with dispatches on the celebration of International Workers' Day, May Day, and its history; May Day is being commemorated throughout the world including the Republic of South Africa where COSATU is holding a mass demonstrations in Pretoria and other cities throughout the country; and 15 people have been killed in the capital of the Horn of Africa state of Somalia after a mosque collapsed. In the second hour we present an archived interview with Michelle Alexander speaking about the racialization of the prison industrial complex in the United States. The final hour looks back on the history of African American rebellions in Baltimore in both 1968 and 2015, on the anniversary of the Freddie Grey unrest one year ago.
Not so very long ago, students enrolled in university were taught rhetoric. That was of a time when the skill of persuasion was highly valued. It taught the difference between argument and debate. To do this, the student learned how to control their emotion. When an opponent approached the topic with temper, his effectiveness was lost- lose of such control was a vulnerability- the poker player with an obvious 'tell'. Why bring this up Graham? Why now? Good questions that deserve good answers. Today, we are on the cusp of a masonic cultural event. We don't need to doubt whether change is coming. It's already begun. We never have developed a narrative. How do we know? What is masonry? Ask ten masons that question and we get eleven opinions. Why? Because we work without a narrative that describes and operationalizes our philosophy. One of the rules of engagement for our fellows is to avoid controversy. If you have witnessed what happens when such matters are discussed, you know what I mean. Emotion uncontrolled burdens the topic and attempts to stifle discussion of the merit of all sides of the issues. Our narrative may be in fragments simply because we have not promoted the artfulness of rhetoric. Do you think it is stunning that we have a culture hundreds of years old, rich in lessons of ethics, principles, values, purpose, science and the arts and have yet to learn how to debate? Without a form to deal with controversial findings and opinions, we make difficult the capacity to acknowledge the evolution of masonic-culture. Yesterday I sat with a very earnest young mason- young only in years but not judgment. He responded to something said at the table with the muscularity that is typical of a group of men. BUT- after he had let us know he held serious opinions, he was gratefully receptive to debate- restore rhetoric I say!
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The oldest known records concerning combat techniques, hieroglyphic scrolls from Egyptian tombs date as far back as 4000 B.C. describing military training fights similar to boxing (Ngumi) and wrestling (Mkazo Ncha Shikana)." Making ancient Egypt or (Kemet) the first record of mixed martial arts and martial arts in gene eral and making martial arts a part of the curriculum of the Ancient Egyptian Mysteries. Herodotus the father of Greek history states, that long before Rameses II, ruled both Egypt and Ethiopia, perhaps as far back as 8000 B.C., boxing and wrestling was introduced to Egypt from Ethiopia. John Grombach "The Saga Of The Fist" A.S. Barnes and Co. Publishing. In the Beni Hasan Tombs of ancient Egypt, wall paintings show that the Egyptians knew virtually every hold practiced today and the wrestling is both of the upright and ground varieties. Should Black women learn more about combat training? Tune in to find out.
Tensie J. Taylor is from Louisburg, North Carolina. She graduated from North Carolina State University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication—Media concentration—and a minor in Psychology and from the University of Southern California in 2014 with a Master of Education in Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs. Currently, Tensie is the Assistant Director of the USC Black Alumni Association and in this role, she plans, coordinates, and executes programs and events for the Black Alumni Association; directs the Legacy through Leadership Mentorship Program; assists with Toastmasters International; and helps students with their professional and career development. Tensie also serves on the Board of Directors for the We Are Ohana Foundation, an organization that is dedicated to finding resources and helping foster youth in Los Angeles. She also volunteers for United Friends of the Children, a non-profit that helps foster youth.