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Underground talk about the school system of Philadelphia, Pa. and its affect on the Afrikan children, teachers, parents, and the Philadelphia community

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What would be the benefits of changing and/or infusing an African Centered Education into the public schools of Philadelphia and abandoning the eurocentric pedagogy? Over 50% of the student population in Philadelphia are Afrikan... more

We will have none other than Dr. Molefi Asante himself discussing Afrocentricity and the work he is doing with the entire Pittsburgh school district. Dr. Asante will help us understand how Afrikan centered schools differ from other... more

This is a special 2 hour segment of "The Mind Beneath the School". We will disect the miseducation of the Afrikan scholar in Philadelphia. First, we will define "miseducation" to ensure we are all on the same page. Then with the help of... more

The idea that the public school system is a set up for the Afrikan child is no secret, or at least it shouldn't be. Schools in Philadelphia are being closed at a record breaking rate yet millions of dollars are being spent on the building of... more

I have taught many Afrikans in my professional career and during the months of January and February I will be interviewing some of them so they can enlighten my listening audience about their personal journeys, and how an... more

I have taught many Afrikans in my professional career and during the months of January and February I will be interviewing some of them so they can enlighten my listeningaudience about their personal journeys, and how an... more

I hear my students use it all the time in school. Not just Afrikans born in Amerikkka, but all my students. I have been making a conscious effort not to use it around family and friends myself. What is it about this word? We treat it... more

I have worked with many extraordinary people. Kelli Everett, whom I affectionately call "Mama E" is one of those on that short list. She is Director of Academic Enrichment at "Ask for Tutoring" her brainchild. I look forward to interviewing her... more

Jury Duty is complete and now I can voice my opinion. You don't want to miss this Afrikans. I will walk you through the jury process for the next 2 shows. This system was not intended to give us justice. We must be involved to give this... more

Tonite on the Mind Beneath the School Im starting a new series. "What does it mean to be Afrikan...The Process". I shall begin with "The Importance of Trustory..Do Your Own Research".Just me and my music tonite. Join me, call... more

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