• 02:59

    The 24/7 Kwanzaa/Nguzo Saba State of Mind

    in Culture

    Join us as we host the driving forces of the Greensboro, NC GSO Kwanzaa Collective, as they share with us the successes and challenges of instilling a 24/7 Kwanzaa/Nguzo Saba state of mind in their community AND the entire state of North Carolina, before moving on to a national/international agenda.
    Tune in. Hear these Sisters:
    Dawn Hicks Tafari Niajallah Hendrix-Wilson Jamillah Neeairah Nasir Let them -- and us -- hear from YOU!
    ADDITIONALLY, let us not forget ASAR Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the founder of (Negro) African History Month, to honor his memory and spirit, as December 19 marks the 139th anniversary of his birth (1873). We shall remember and honor him!

  • 03:00

    HC LIVE & DIRECT! / 21 Day Nguzo Saba Connection / Challenge

    in Culture

    Join us for insights and perspectives on this set of principles and their deeper meanings, and the challenge of transforming your life -- your thoughts and actions -- through the "21 Day Nguzo Saba Connection/Challenge."

  • 02:08

    The HC Live & Direct - 21Day Nguzo Saba Connection

    in Culture

    The Harambee Connection is the voice for Umoja.
    Join with us as we connect with you and other listeners with the teachings, inspirations, and definitions of liberation and empowerment, for our Afrikan Conscious thought and spirituality.

    This program is a continuation in the presentation and discussion of the significance and importance of Kwanzaa, the Nguzo Saba and the Symbols for Life Health and Prosperity. The 21 day Nguzo Saba Connection is a means to individually or collectively engage in the effective understanding and usage of the principles and values as presented in Kwanzaa. It is a means to move beyond the superficial to an effective internalization of the power and beauty of these principles and connection to an African Centered way of Life.

    Maat Hotep

  • 00:46

    Kwanzaa - Seven Principles (Nguzo Saba)

    in History

    The foundation of Kwanzaa is the Seven Principles, or Nguzo Saba. When Dr. Karenga created the celebration of Kwanzaa he wanted to reflect the best qualities and characteristics of the "first fruit" or harvest festivals that were celebrated throughout Africa. It was these qualities that established the Nguzo Saba, or Seven Principles of Kwanzaa.

  • 00:21

    Kwanzaa Ujamaa Cooperative Economics Black People and Network Marketing

    in Business

    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

  • 00:06

    Jayson Saba looks back at 2014 HR trends (Part 1)

    in Business

    Jayson Saba, VP of Strategy and Industry Relations at Ceridian, looks at the top 3 trends HR saw in 2014. For more info, read Jayson Saba's post Looking back at the 2014 buzz in HR Technology on the Ceridian HCM Blog. Follow Jayson Saba on Twitter at @JaysonSaba. 

  • 00:02

    black lotus show introduces professor Walter Williams

    in Science

    Onight walter williams will discusing his books the historical origin of christianity and the historical origin of islam for the first hour and the 2nd hour me emun and omo shongo will discuss the hieroglyphs never being deciphered tonight will be a explosive broadcast with information no other blogtalk show has ever went into depths well enjoy and watch the medtu neter as we know it will now be a african name
    Bion sn

  • 02:53

    The HC Live & Direct - Talking and living the Kwanzaa/Nguzo Saba with Venus Jones and Dara Monifah

    in Culture

    The HC Live & Direct is the voice of Umoja and is here to connect with you and other listeners with the teachings, inspirations, and definitions of liberation and empowerment, for our Afrikan Conscious thought and spirituality.

    Join us for a conversation with Sis Venus Jones -- Author, Actress, Poet, Singer, Model, and Spoken Word specialist; a woman whose beauty is most significantly expressed in her deep dedication and love for her people and culture.
    We will go deep into her "Kwanzaa: 7 Days, 7 Principles" CD which seeks to get us to alloy the body of truth, beauty and goodness within the Kwanzaa/Nguzo Saba tradition to help us realign the energies of our existence for our individual and collective greatest good. A CD of poetic affirmations, song and melodic mantras set to meditative sounds, Sis Venus calls it, "a mental workout for the mind that can be used to help achieve your goals no matter your cultural heritage." It's an Ujima Adventure.

    The conversation doesn't stop there - We continue in the talk and life of Kwanzaa/Nguzo Saba with Darah Monifah the founder of Kwanzaa 365 Organization in St Thomas VI. There you will find a collective of groups and organizations that are a part of or have connected with Kwanzaa 365 and have brought to life the meaning and value of the very principles of Kwanzaa. Sis Dara will be with us discussing some of the works there and the global connections being made as we endeavor to engage in unity, collective work and responsibility and more.

    Remember, Kwanzaa is not just to be recognized as a seven day celebration only, but is to be impacted and embraced continually as we strive to build families and communities 24/7/365.

    Maat Hotep

  • 01:37


    in Religion

    ORGANIZED EVIL PART 3 - Light of Lucifer Vs The Light & Life of Christ

    Yahweh SaBaot Pronounced Yä-wá' (or Yod-Há-Väv-Há') Sa-bâ'ôt, the name derives from sabaôth, which means "armies" or "hosts" (a vast multitude).

    The compound name appears more than 285 times in the Old Testament, primarily in Isaiah, Jeremiah, Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi, as well as many times in the Psalms. Interestingly, the name never appears in the Torah (the first five books).

    Most so called "christians" are playing checkers,
    while the devils / enemy is playing chess.
    Masterteacher33; Will Rogers



    What does God say about involvement with the occult?

    Deuteronomy 18:9-12 NIV. "When you enter the land the Lord your God is giving you, do not learn to imitate the detestable ways of the nations there. Let no one be found among you who practices divination or sorcery, interprets omens, engages in witchcraft, or casts spells, or who is a medium or spiritualist or who consults the dead. Anyone who does these things is detestable to the Lord."

    Like the good angels, evil angels are also organized. The Apostle Paul said that the Christian is battling a highly organized enemy in the spirit world. 

    For our struggle is not against enemies of blood and flesh, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers of this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places (Ephesians 6:12). 


  • 01:00

    The African Umbrella - African Ways Of Life and Values with the Nguzo Saba Connection

    in Spirituality

    The African Umbrella - a weekly broadcast of African Communities and values showcasing the African Way of Life – including the Yoruba/Ifa, Akan, Nguza Saba, and more.

  • 00:29

    Interview with Esquire Coaching's CEO

    in Legal

    We are celebrating Esquire Coaching's 1-year anniversary! Here is a statement honoring this milestone from our CEO & President, Ann Jenrette-Thomas:

    'In our first year, we've impacted thousands of lawyers across the US through our speeches, social media, radio show & blog, and of course through our coaching programs, encouraging them to step into leadership, develop their businesses, make wellness and self care a priority, and honor WHO they are (their authenticity). 

    We've chartered a NEW paradigm in coaching, one where we help our clients avoid blind spots by pairing them with a TEAM of coaches. 

    We've innovated solutions to empower lawyers to happily succeed in the business of law. 

    We wrote an Amazon best-selling new release, The Happy Law Practice, and had an innovative telesummit exploring this topic. 

    We've already taken the national stage several times, speaking and presenting for organizations like the ABA, NALP, and SABA-DE, as well as at the Lavender Law Conference. 

    We are a thought leader on issues of diversity and we equip diverse attorneys with the business development skills and mindset necessary to succeed. 

    To all of our supporters, to our wonderful team, coaches, consultants, and our amazing clients, we THANK YOU for a tremendous first year. 

    Together, we WILL accomplish our mission to EMPOWER LAWYERS TO HAPPILY SUCCEED IN THE BUSINESS OF LAW.

    This is just the beginning! Thank you!

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