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The aNvKai Tree

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Under the aNvKai Tree we talk about all things black and progressive. We discuss everything from true ancient mindsets to decolonizing current ones, from sex to family, from friendship to magic.

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On tonight's episode we just let loose and talk about anything on our heart. Though this episode isn't based on a topic we still feel it imperative that you understand that black people just being free to be, be shown in as many... more

In this episode, we discuss the trials and tribulations of distance learning on educators and parents during the COVID-19 pandemic. With our Special guest Amber Nicole Brand.

We discuss living in COVID-19 epicenter with health care professionals J.M. Garcia and Joy Snead.

In this episode we're talking about mythological creatures and their spiritual applications. Make sure you friend GypjaQ (Jack Fuller) and Mx. Sykes on Facebook to check our live videos and other content. Make sure you subcribe to... more

In this episode we discuss the idea of how wwe as men or color want to reshape, redefine, and refocus masculinity in this new deacade! With special guest Michael Hendley. @yalodde_oshun (twitter) @edan_muyiwa81 (IG)

In this episode GypaQ and Mx. Sykes address thoughts and fears around COV19 pandemic in America in the Black LGBTQAI+ community.

In this episode GypjaQ and Mx. Sykes discuss the issue of gender dysphoria in Non-binary, Gender Non-conforming (GNC), 3rd Gender and Two-Spirited people. So often in the conversation about transness, body image, and dysphoria... more

In this episode Gypjaq, Mx. Sykes and special guest Davon Smith discuss the prevalence of pick-me culture and why we're sick and tired of it!

In this epsiode GypjaQ and Mx. Sykes discuss the infalliblity of our ancestors in seeking libertation from chattel slavery, jim crow, civil rights, and african diasporic revolution from white supermacy.

Should African and colonized people disengage from the American political system? Should we try to subvert the political system from within or should we focus our energies on revolutionary efforts. Please follow us on instagram... more
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