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SPECIAL BROADCAST: Queen Mother Mzuri Mbili Nana Yaa Offibea of the All African People's Revolutionary Party LIVE TONIGHT! *August 2013 Themes: AfRaKan Black August Heritage, Ancestral AfRaKan Whirlwinds for Self-Awareness, Self-Discipline, Self- Reliance , Self-Determination & More!
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This special broadcast highlights the history and current action programmes for Pan African Women's Day, National South African Women's Day, Burkina Faso Independence Day, UNIA-ACL Formation Day & More! PerAnkh institutes initiatives to preserve and respect: Culture, Healing, Arts, Technology & Spirituality for Life, Inspiration, Freedom & Education=CHATS4LIFE! May we RAstore & RAclaim MA’AT (truth, justice, order, harmony, balance, reciprocity+) in our lives. Shm m Htp!
The Gist of Freedom is honored to interview Historian Harry Bradshaw Matthews. Mr. Matthews will lecture on the African American Freedom Journey and how it included the Genealogy of Revolution that resulted in the scholarly preparation of an ethnic identity as Colored Americans of the typical branch of the Ethiopia Race.
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There was always a basic musicality, the authentic and assured ring of real artistry.” The New York Herald Tribute reference to Pritchard’s debut performance of Chopin’s Ballade in F minor as one filled with “passion and intensity,” equally describes his performance on this disc. A pioneer in the field of cultural exchange in the 1950s and 1960s, Robert Pritchard performed throughout Europe, the Caribbean, Latin America as well as in Africa during the emergence of the newly independent African nations, where he was lauded for his finely refined interpretive gifts. Rene Balbaud of UPI-Paris wrote of his concert in Senegal: “Robert Pritchard is the first man of the black race whom I have ever seen adapt himself to the Slavic poetry of Chopin, become German when playing Bach, French in Faure and turn back again into a man of his own race in his own music. Hands burn with a desire to applaud him, so great is the charm, so varied the total perfection of his performance.” He was the author of the proposal for the Premier Festival Mondial des Arts Negres (First World Festival of Negro Arts) that took place in 1966 in Senegal (under the auspices of UNESCO and the government of Senegal), undoubtedly the greatest artistic manifestation of people of African descent the world had ever seen. As a precursor to this event, in 1965, Dr. Pritchard organized the American Festival of Negro Arts, which was the first month-long February celebration of Black History Month. As a human rights advocate, Robert Pritchard bears the distinction of facing the Ku Klux Klan at Stone Mountain Georgia, as well as being a leading participant in the South African Anti-Apartheid Movement. He is the Founder of the Panamerican-Panafrican Association, Inc., whose mission is to promote cultural, educational and economic exchange between peoples throughout the world representing various cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds.
We open with the second part of a series of conversations, with returning guest, Ayotunde A. Akindele, Sacramento, CA and his partner and our special guest Claude Maredza, who is joining us from Harare, ZM, to talk about the Chapwati Great Zimbabwe Leisure Resort project, he heads, but more importantly what the continued effect US sanctions is having on Zimbabwean people and these unauthorized sanctions need to be lifted. Visit change.org For info: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org 2. Steven Anthony Jones, Artistic Director, Lorraine Hansberry Theatre, pops in to talk about LHT newest initiative and the staged reading of The Jamaican Wash, a revisioning of Philip Kan Gotanda's work with Carl Lumbley and Edris Cooper-Anifososhe, this weekend tonight, 7 p.m. and tomorrow, Sat., Jan. 12, 2 p.m. at The Costume Shop, A.C.T.'s newest performance venue 1117 Market, SF (Civic Center BART, 7th St. exit. 1/2 block walk nr. UN Plaza). Visit lhtsf.org We close with a conversation between two of the San Francisco Bay Area's stunning creative art mavens: Halifu Osumare and Denise Pate. Dr. Osumare is being honored at Unity Day at the Community Dance event and arts showcase, Sun., Jan. 13, 9-5 at the Malonga Casquelourde Center for the Arts, 1428 Alice Street, Oakland. Ms. Pate, currently Cultural Arts Funding Director for the City of Oakland, will facilitate a conversation which looks at Oakland and the Arts, specific to the synergy and the definition of place, held by its Pan African citizens, especially artists. Dr. Osumare, founder of Everybody's Creative Art Ctr. (later Citidance, which Ms. Pate was executive diretor of), an honoree this Sunday, will talk about this dance center's history. This comes at a time when Oakland is being hailed as an arts destination by ArtsPlace.org, named, No. 5 re: NYtimes Top 45 Places to Go in 2012.Music: WolfHawkJaguer's Cowrie Shell, Amikaeyla's Lovely Day.
Are Black People voting for Obama just because he's Black??
It has been said that politics is WAR without the bloodshed. But to the victors go the spoils. The losers get misery, discomfort, and the erosion of their quality of life, leading to mental, physical, fianancial and spiritual depression -- on the way, perhaps, to early graves. Surviviors get the chance to regroup and prepare for the next battle.
In the U.S. politics seem to be the unending process of Civil War -- with race, sex, wealth and spiritual orientation providing the major dividing lines; with the two major parties seeking to assure all interests that their programs and promises are best for the nation and its citizens, and all the world.
In the midst of this ongoing process, at the critical 2012 juncture, folks want to know if Black people are voting for Barack Obama simply because he is Black? Or do he and the Democrats represent an approach to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" that is more appealing than that offered by Mitt Romney and the Republicans & Tea Party?
Join us, as we explore these and other aspects of the ongoing political season, as we anticipate the second "Presidential Debate," and the November elections.
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Join us as we address some of the "GAPS" that have crucial impacts on the educational outcomes of African American students:
Title One aims & objectives; funding disparities/scandals; Market-driven approach to acquiring teachers vs. others (The "Best"); Teachers' pay realities; Shortage of Black Teachers; where they serve; Are Af.Am. Acadamies the Answer?; Black male students' realities; Black Male teachers needed!
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