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Part 3: When The Black Woman Was God with Nubia Wardford

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We had to cut our interview short on Monday, Aug. 1st with Archaeologist, Nubia Wardford regarding When The Black Woman Was God so we will have her back on tonight, Thurs. Aug. 4th. 8pm-11pm EST.

TONIGHT: Listen to The African History Network Show on Thursday, August.
4th, 8pm-11pm EST. In our 1st hour we'll continue our discussion with
Archaeologist Sistah Nubia Warford about her upcoming lecture, "When The
Black Woman Was God Part 2: In Search Of The Creatress". It discusses when The Black Woman was worshiped as a Goddess in Africa, Asia and Europe also excavations in Sudan. We had to cut our interview short Monday because we ran out of time.

In our 2nd hour we'll talk again with Energy Therapist/Tapologist Kai Heru
Rama about his upcoming "Beginners Tapology Class" this Saturday in Detroit.
Did you know that 80-87% of all dis-ease is emotionally based? Tapology,
a.k.a "Tapping" is an Ancient Science that removes energy blockages created
by negative emotions and low-vibration consciousness which manifest as
symptoms of dis-ease.

In our 3rd Hour we'll do an update on North Carolina's Eugenics case and
their attempt to compensate 2,000-3,000 people who were victims of forced
sterilization during the 1950s - 1977. We'll also a do an update on the Debt Ceiling Negotiation results.


The African History Network Show can be heard on Mondays and Thursdays, 8pm - 11pm EST.  For more information please visit www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com or Call In and listen at 914-338-1375.