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KwabenaOforiOsei
5 Views · 6 days ago

#TheNewBlackMind
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KwabenaOforiOsei
3 Views · 8 days ago

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Ife Onye Metalu · Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe

Ife Onye Metalu

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KwabenaOforiOsei
6 Views · 16 days ago

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Me Wu De Ka Agyamo · Leo Nana Agyeman · Opambuo International Band of Ghana

Show Me Your Love

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KwabenaOforiOsei
6 Views · 18 days ago

A new Zulu king has been crowned at a historic event attended by thousands in South Africa's coastal city of Durban.

King Misuzulu ka Zwelithini was formally acknowledged as monarch by President Cyril Ramaphosa, who gave him a certificate of recognition.

The ceremony was the first Zulu coronation since South Africa became a democracy in 1994.

It ends a long and bitter tussle to find a successor for King Goodwill Zwelithini who died last year.

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KwabenaOforiOsei
4 Views · 23 days ago

The coast of Kenya has a series of impressive medieval ruins. Amongst the monuments are tombs, grand houses, mosques, and palaces. East African archaeologists date the high point of this heritage to the 13th century. The Kenyan museums contain impressive, reconstructed artefacts that animated the urban life of these lost cities.

In this lecture, Robin Walker will present this heritage and put it in its proper place as a powerful chapter in Africa's history.

A lecture by Robin Walker

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KwabenaOforiOsei
7 Views · 26 days ago

When black children verbalize about things of interest to themselves and
their peers and when this verbalization takes place in its natural setting it
becomes obvious that the black child is as narratively and creatively gifted as
his white counterpart. However, white middle-class conceit which sees the
interests of black children as inferior and white middle-class-oriented schools
which do not allow for the expression of black creativity conceives black
verbal behavior as being inferior and as something to be extinguished. - Dr. Amos Wilson

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KwabenaOforiOsei
6 Views · 27 days ago

Of all of West Africa, Senegal is probably the country that has been affected the most my environmental chances that are impacting the oceans. Subject to the wrath of Mother Nature, the seafaring people have a dilemma to face, should they take to the open seas, or stay put?
Elsewhere, wedged between the vast wildernesses of the Atlantic and the Sahara, Mauritania was born of sand and wind. In order to survive there, people became nomads. A tough way of life, this forged the identity of their nation, however this is now disappearing.

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KwabenaOforiOsei
6 Views · 30 days ago

Provided to YouTube by BMG Rights Management (UK) LimitedPay Day (Live) · Alex KonaduOne Man Thousand℗ 1988 World Circuit Limited, a BMG CompanyReleased on: 1988-01-01Lead Vocals, Guitar: Alex KonaduBass Guitar: Ray Kofi-PokuCongas: Akwasi NtimDrums: Yaw DonkorKeyboards: Francis BaidooLead Guitar: Obiba Collins-MarfoPercussion: Yaw Arthur BarimahSound Engineer: Adam SkeapingSound Engineer: John HaddenSaxophone: Kofi AbrokwaaTrumpet: Isaac PokuVocals: Akwasi AddaiVocalsy: Rasta BComposer: Alex KonaduAuto-generated by YouTube.

KwabenaOforiOsei
7 Views · 1 month ago

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KwabenaOforiOsei
8 Views · 1 month ago

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KwabenaOforiOsei
5 Views · 1 month ago

Jake Blount, a banjo scholar, explains.

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Jake Blount has built a career out of understanding the banjo’s connection to Black American folk music. In this video, he walks us through the instrument’s history — from West Africa to enslaved people in the US to the early record industry — to explain how Black folk music has evolved.

For example: The early record industry confined Black musicians to “race records” and white musicians to “hillbilly records.” Hillbilly music would have been early country and string band music. Race records restricted Black musicians to blues and jazz genres. Which meant Black musicians playing bluegrass-style banjo weren’t recorded — even if they were responsible for teaching white musicians.

Using field recordings, their own banjo and fiddle skills, and a deconstructed version of one of their own songs, Jake explains how Black musicians have long been left out of the current canon of folklore recordings and American folk music history. And what he’s doing to keep the tradition alive, with fresh observations and a musical style that looks both forward and backward.

This video was filmed on location at Hancock Shaker Village in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

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Jake’s website also lists resources for Black string band music. You can find free online resources, discover contemporary black artists, and listen to source recordings here: https://jakeblount.com/black-stringband-resources

Gribble, M., Lusk, J., York, A. “Altamont” Black Stringband Music from the Library of Congress
Blount, J. “Once There Was No Sun” The New Faith
Jones, B. “Once There Was No Sun”

Smithsonian Music, “Roots of African American Music”
https://music.si.edu/spotlight..../african-american-mu

Smithsonian Music, “Banjos”
​​https://music.si.edu/spotlight/banjos-smithsonian

PBS, “Blackface Minstrelsy”
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KwabenaOforiOsei
9 Views · 1 month ago

The Dahomey Amazons were an all-female military regiment of the Kingdom of Dahomey which existed from the 1600s until 1904. They are one of the few documented female armies in modern history. Also known as the ‘Agojie’. They were although not a very humane group of people. Heavily involved in slave raids and the selling of peaceful captured Africans to the Atlantic Slave Raid.

The leader, King Ghezo refused to end the raids and sale of slaves when the British abolished slavery and slavery through the ports. They were notorious for ravaging peaceful villages, beheadings and thousands of custom sacrifices of captured people. The also hand many friendly dealings with Francisco Felix de Souza, (The Great Slave Trader) who was very close to King Ghezo.

The last known slave ship, Clotilda, that transported 115 slaves that was captured and sold by the Dahomey Kingdom to America.

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https://www.litnet.co.za/the-a....frican-library-barra
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dahomey_Amazons
https://www.smithsonianmag.com..../history/real-warrio
https://www.nationalgeographic.....com/history/article
https://www.historyvshollywood.....com/reelfaces/woman
http://encyclopediaofalabama.org/article/h-1403
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cudjoe_Lewis
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KwabenaOforiOsei
11 Views · 1 month ago

'The Woman King & The Real History of The West African Kingdom of Dahomey' - Prof. James Small & Michael Imhotep - TheAHNShow 9-25-22 #TheWomanKing #ViolaDavis #TheAHNShow Prof. James Small, former Black Studies Prof. at CUNY and featured in the films, 'Hapi', 'Hidden Colors' & 'Elementary Genocide 3', joins Michael Imhotep to discuss 'The Woman King & The Real History of The West African Kingdom of Dahomey'. The #1 Movie, 'The Woman King' from producer Viola Davis and Director Gina Prince-Bythewood is amazing audience as it is 'Inspired by True Events' involving the African Female Warriors known as the Agojie or the Ahosi. We separate Fact from Fiction and deal better Understanding The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, the real history of Dahomey and much more. Support The African History Network through Cash App @ https://cash.app/$TheAHNShow or PayPal @ TheAHNShow@gmail.com or http://www.PayPal.me/TheAHNShow or visit http://www.TheAfricanHistoryNetwork.com. Thank you for your support and helping us to continue doing the work.No movie is 100% Historically accurate. Not even the White ones. These are not documentaries. They are Hollywood movies. These movies should lead people to seek out the real history of Dahomey, the Oyo Empire (Yoruba), The Agojie, African Martial Arts, African Spirituality, Ifa, the Orisha like Ogun mentioned in the film, The Franco-Dahomean Wars 1890s, Colonialism, The Berlin Conference of 1884 - 1885, Great Britain abolishing Slavery in 1834 after being involved in Slavery for 272 years , etc. - Michael Imhotep host of 'The African History Network Show' Watch on Facebook Live @ “The African History Network” & Youtube at “Michael Imhotep” or Listen on BlogTalkRadio.com/TheAfricanHistoryNetworkShow or Visit www.TheAfricanHistoryNetwork.com.REGISTER NOW: Next Class is Saturday, 10-1-22, 4:00pm EST! WATCH CONTENT ON DEMAND NOW!!! ‘Ancient Kemet (Egypt), The Moors & The Maafa: Understanding The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade What They Didn’t Teach You In School’, (LIVE 8 Week Online Course) with Michael Imhotep host of ‘The African History Network Show’. Discounted Registration $80; ALL LIVE SESSIONS WILL BE RECORDED SO YOU CAN WATCH AT ANY TIME! WATCH CONTENT ON DEMAND! Visit https://TheAfricanHistoryNetwork.com or REGISTER HERE: https://theahn.learnworlds.com..../course/ancient-keme We can’t start studying our history in SLAVERY. Even when we study the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, which is important to study, we can’t start in 1619 or in the 1440s when the Portuguese get involved. We have to understand the history chronologically and deal with the 800 year occupation of Europe by the Africans known as the Moors who enter into the Iberian Peninsula, today known as Spain and Portugal, from North Africa in 711A.D. This course not only deals with the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade but thousands of years of history that leads up to the Slave Trade of African people taking place.Aug. 20th, 2019 marked the 400th year Anniversary of the "20 and odd Africans" who came into Point Comfort on Aug. 20th, 1619 in what would later be called the colony of Virginia. This year was known as "The Year Of Return" as many African Americans are reconnecting to Africa and traveling to Ghana and other West African countries. When we discuss the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade we have to first understand that African people are the Original people of North, Central & South America & have been in the land we call U.S. at least 51,700 years.

KwabenaOforiOsei
7 Views · 2 months ago

Label: A fribros – ABI-1199
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: Ghana
Released: 1985
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Style: Highlife

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Tracklist

A1 Obiara Ba Nnyé 00:00
A2 Obi Benya Wo 07:14
B2 Odo Asaawa 14:28
B3 Damfo Adu 20:19

Bass Guitar – Guy Opah
Congas – Paa Donkor
Cowbell – Koo Fori
Drums – Koo Baa
Keyboards – R.S. Appiah
Lead Vocals, Guitar, Songwriter – Nana Ampadu I
Producer – Frank Obeng Mensah
Rattle – Aboakge
Rhythm Guitar – Jacob Osae
Shaker – Innocent

Recorded at Ghana Film Studios, Accra.
Engineers: F. Kwakye, K.Archer, K.Wilson.

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KwabenaOforiOsei
7 Views · 2 months ago

African Brothers Band International Of Ghana

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KwabenaOforiOsei
8 Views · 2 months ago

What is the economic & social collapse of black America? Dr. Amos Wilson gives us a brilliant perspective on the downfall of black America, and how racism/white supremacy is the root cause of the despair in black America. Black America is also responsible for some of its suffering. Once Black America began to lose the wealth it gained 100 after slavery, more and more social disparities started to appear, and were normalized by black America. Listen in as Dr. Wilson educates us about the economic & social collapse of black America.

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KwabenaOforiOsei
10 Views · 2 months ago

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KwabenaOforiOsei
10 Views · 2 months ago

Ghana music

KwabenaOforiOsei
17 Views · 2 months ago

Kwadwo Asare Baffour #Susu su_official Video

KwabenaOforiOsei
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Kwadwo Asare Baffour #Wogyaa yen sen nni ( official video)

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