1. This morning we speak to Mama Pam Williams, Council of Elders, about Wo'se Community of the Sacred African Way Spiritual Center located at 8924 Holly Street, Oakland, CA, (510) which is having its 35th Anniversary celebration this weekend.
2. Our next guest is Dr. Sekham Heka Maat Ra of KRST Unity Center in Los Angeles. He is going to be speaking with Professor Manu Ampim, Sat., Dec. 5, 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the topic: "Maat: Ancient Wisdom and Contemporary Strategy. The talk is at the Golden Gate Branch of the Oakland Public Library, 5606 San Pablo Ave., in Oakland.
Professor Sekhem is a disciple of Stokely Carmichael aka Kwame Toure and has been working over the last 35 years as a teacher of history, organizer and labor lawyer, championing the rights and dignity of the working class. Professor Sekhem is presently Executive Director of the Black Employees Association, a labor Union, and instructor of African Spiritual Science at KRST Unity Center. He is also the Director of the Sunday and Friday classes at KRST. He is a KMT focused researcher and Black Nationalist who posits that Nation Building, centered around the teaching and practice of MAAT, is the solution to the ills and malaise that besets the current conditions of African descendants in 21st century America. Visit http://www.krstunitycenter.org
3. Amy Mueller, Bay Area Playwrights Foundation and playwrights: Arisa White, Michael Gene Sullivan, and Nick Nanna Hadikwa Mwaluko; The FlashPlays Festival will be held over two days on Sunday, December 6 and Monday, December 7, 8 pm at Brava Theater Center, 2781- 24th Street in San Francisco. The Festival features new short plays varying in length from 30 seconds to 2 minutes in order to tell riveting new stories in a quick flash.
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