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This is a conversation to foster a stronger nation of Afrakan people globally through Spiritual TeknowledgE, and to take full responsibility for the wholing of ourselves. Guest speakers, featured artists, learned elders, entrepreneurs, activists, and callers will all contribute to the discussion. Health, relationships, self-care, community-care, wealth, history, culture, education, family, child raising, politics, rituals, music, poetry, and more will all be discussed from an Earthiopian perspective.

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What do you think about homeschooling? Do you know what your children are learning in class? Are you paying attention to what games they play and shows they watch? Do you listen to your children? Do you know their interests, their... more

Many of pour children are currently starting a new year of school, burr many families are increasingly unsatisfied with what the schools are providing. We're going to discuss the benefits and challenges of home schooling. If you... more

There are numerous organizations currently working towards changing the situation for Black people in America...but what do Black people in America want to happen? Is it reparations? Repatriation? Self sufficiency? Sovereignty?... more

The kitchen should be your medicine cabinet. In honor of Dr. Sebi, we are going to discuss how food affects well being...the digestive process, what you can learn above yourself by the snack cravings you have, a simple way to measure if... more

You aint up on this? Oh you never met him? You aint read that yet? Often times those who we would learn most from are the ones who turn us off from going any further into studying. In the information age, it's easy to go online and listen to... more

Self-made man? Independent woman? Both are impossible! But how does believing in these myths affect our ability to work collectively? Where does that kind of thinking come from, and where does it lead?

We will be hosting an emergency community meeting to discuss the war that is becoming more and more obvious by each day, and what are some ways for us to be victorious. Thoughtful people have circulated boycott ideas, support black... more

The problems that seem so easy to understand but hard to fix plague us because of spiritual immaturity. Without discipline, accountability and responsibility, we run the risk of all our endeavors falling short of victory. This is a thoughtful... more

"The king only fears the poet. Thank God for the poet." - African Proverb. Kuumba means using creativity to improve our community. Art should motivate us. It should make us want to be more involved in life. And when there are social ills... more

For over a century, the power brokers of America have annointed the so-called leaders of Africans in America. From Booker T. Washington up to Beyonce, their is a tendency to let the dominant media outlets decide who is the official... more

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