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The Wombman's Song community is a place where we can speak freely about issues specific to the African-American woman. Openly delving into relationship, familial, sexual, mental and physical health and well being.

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Join me as we talk with Evelyn "Champagne" King about her career and her uncompromising stance she made to Honor Self. When faced with having to "fit in", Evelyn forged a new road and has traveled that road, with her... more

Sister Antoinette Harrell of Nurturing Our Roots will join us to share her research on Amerikkka's dirty little secret. Peonage-Slavery-Forced Servitude: Slavery By Another Name Join us as we uncover this untold story from the woman who... more

Joining The Wombman's Song Community Experience for the MLK Holiday weekend is the founder and director of the Afrikan-American Institute for Policy Studies and Planning and the Coordinator for the Malcolm X. Grassroots... more

Sis Nojma Muhammad wrote "An Open Letter Of Apology To The Black Man". Some say that this letter is merely words and that without action they are pointless. Others say that the woman owes no apologies for her actions. She is... more

Certified holistic practitioner specializing in iridology, natural weight loss, vegan and vegetarian life change consultant, whole home dietary and cosmetic make over specialist, melanin and electro magnetic particle generation expert.... more

The return of the Wombman's Song Panel Discussion. This week: Colorism in the Afrikan American community. The dark girls are too black. The light girls aren't black enough. When are we ever sufficient for each other? Our cultural... more

M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi is an humble student and follower of the Pan-Afrikan movement. He is a qualified and powerful speaker who has dedicated his life to working and speaking out forcefully for the rights andempowerment of the... more

Sis Alveda King of MAAFA 21, the niece of slain Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. joins us during the first hour to speak about the Genocide Movement. Sis Antoinette Harrell, Genealogist and Researcher who has been... more

Join us as we host the creators of Sankofa Kids and Kofi Johnson of Afro-man We will discover the importance of feeding the minds of our children with the knowledge of truth.

The "Occupy A Library" Movement's founder Charles E. Williams will be with us to share more information about his vision. We will also host Authors , Poets, Publishers and Avid Readers who will introduce us to their works. I encourage... more
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