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The Bennu Project "STILL WE RISE"

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STILL WE RISE

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The Bennu Project (TBP)is a pro-active solution oriented apparatus that is administered MAATically and Holistically for the purpose of irrevocable Liberation and Justice for Africa's original children/People. The program is produced by the National Black Women's Defense League, which is one of the official units of the nistoric Million Woman March. The Bennu Project is formulated from an African Diaspora point of view thus encompassing a wide range of views, concepts, historical significance, and actual modalities. The "STILL WE RISE" radio broadcast (a motivational, awareness driven and communication tool) is formulated to disseminate qualitative information by way of facilitating "a voice for the voiceless" that entails assuring that the stories, struggles, and victories of our (Black/Africana) women and girls, in particular, who have been murdered, raped, molested, battered, exploited, etc. in addition to their families and other concerned persons can be heard loud and clear Reports, discussions,testimonials and other relevant dialog will be presented weekly that will enable and facilitate a process for in depth analogy and of course the incentive to inspire and activate the stimuli necessary for the work (actions)mandated for the elimination of this increasing destructive behavior. For too many, the day to day realities and effects of the many realms of violations (physical and mental) inflicted upon females of African descent (highly melaninated)is one that is ignored but intentionally discarded. The "STILL WE RISE" program is an official broadcast for the National Campaign for thr Elimination of Violence and Abuse of Africana Women. The show will also provide information and updates on other areas of socio-political related struggles, self-determination efforts, and victories by members of the Black/African Diaspora at large.

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