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7 Views · 14 days ago

⁣Talk Time with Kwesi Pratt Jnr.- Dr Paul Goss

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6 Views · 14 days ago

Dr. Paul Goss, founder and president of New Body Products, was the 8th child of 10 born
to Sam and Annie Goss in Canton, Georgia. He grew up in a small company town - Alcoa,
Tennessee. There, he received the basis for an international education. Not in the poorly
funded, segregated school, but from two of his neighborhood’s African elders.
Mitchell, known as the “Root Doctor”, and Ms. Bellamy, known to some as “The Herb
Lady”. They were the local “root workers”. They knew the healing value of herbs and
plants and how to prepare them as cures. His interest in holistic cures took off when the
Root Doctor and the Herb Lady nurtured Paul’s potential and began instructing him in
ancient cures that they learned in the same way.
Always a leader, Paul was one of the first lifeguards at the newly built “public”, segregated
swimming pool. He finished Charles M. Hall High School and continued his education at
historic Stillman College in Alabama. Unusual to say the least, for a young black man of
modest beginnings, he went on to become an organic chemist for a large corporation.
Paul was a modern day Imhotep, succeeding at everything he tried. To name a few, he was
a carpenter, a woodworker, a farmer, an alchemist, a mental therapist, an author, a
community activist, a traveler, an innovator, an inventor, a musician, a champion swimmer,
an award winning basketball player, an excellent baseball player, a business consultant and
a practical joker. Largely through self study, he continued to increase his knowledge in
holistic healing. Building on his apprenticeships to “Doc” Mitchell and Ms. Bellamy, he
honed his skills as a holistic health practitioner.
By 1965, he had begun to share his largely self-taught knowledge of herbs and holistic
healing with a growing number of clients. In 1976, he established New Body Products in
Compton, California. Using iridology for diagnosis along with herbal remedies and raw
food diets for treatment, Dr. Goss helped people achieve the new body they needed or
wanted through his unique application of the ancient art of holistic healing.
Dr. Goss has lectured on holistic topics in nearly every US state and 17 foreign countries
including Mexico, Jamaica, Ghana and England. He has written four books, “Forever
Young”, “The Natural Way”, “The Rebirth of Gods”, and “The Eyes of Forever Young”
and his books continue to be widely used by lay persons as well as in many institutions of
higher learning. He developed 2 holistic health resorts - one in North Carolina and EDEN
in Arizona.
Dr. Paul Goss leaves an amazing legacy in alternative healing, serving over 50,000 clients
and teaching thousands of students over the past 60 years. Highly respected among his
colleagues, He has focused his efforts on the Black and Latinx communities around the
United States and the world.
The Goss Corporation has been a pillar in the Compton community since its inception, providing jobs, business opportunities, health and healing to a community that has been plagued with under employment, a lack of investment and inadequate health services.

Today, New Body Products are used by millions and are distributed by hundreds of experienced holistic practitioners, as well as lay people, all over the world. On August 1st, 2021 life ended as we know it for Dr. Goss, leaving us with an amazing legacy of health and healing from the wisdom and knowledge of the ages.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Sam and Annie Maude Goss; his son, Vada Goss; his sisters, Anna Maude Goss and Mary Parker; his brothers, Eugene and Nathaniel Goss and his granddaughter Sahar Yazid(Peanut Butter). Still embracing and developing the business that they built together is his wife, Alzonia Goss of White Oak, North Carolina His village, still with us, showing with their living how Paul touched their lives are his sister, Nettie Thigpen (Net) of Moreno Valley, California;
brothers Frank Goss of Ehrenburg, Arizona; Matthew(Matt) Goss of Red Lodge, Montana; Herbert Goss of Alcoa, Tennessee; Ernest Goss of Smyrna, Tennessee; daughters Sharita Yazid of Ghana and Paulnetta S. Goss-Council(Patrick) of Bellflower, California; his sons Paul Goss Jr. (DeEtte) of Lancaster, California and Dwight Goss (Leola) of Los
Angeles, California; as well as 2 step-sons, 11 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, professional colleagues, students, New Body Products Customers, Staff, Distributors, Managers, and Stockholders. You may count yourself in more than one of these groups. May we all continue to pull together. HARAMBE!*
*Swahili for All pull together!

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4 Views · 15 days ago

Talking about a Trip in Yoruba Language

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4 Views · 15 days ago

How to greet at different times of the day in Yoruba language.

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5 Views · 15 days ago

Learn basic question forms in Yoruba

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6 Views · 15 days ago

How to greet someone else in Yoruba

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8 Views · 15 days ago

How to introduce yourself in Yoruba

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6 Views · 15 days ago

Learn More Aspects of Yoruba Basic Tones.

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15 Views · 27 days ago

Scene from Sam Greenlee's 1973 film "The Spook Who Sat by the Door".

From Wikipedia: It is both a satire of the civil rights struggle in the United States of the late 1960s and a serious attempt to focus on the issue of black militancy. Dan Freeman, the titular protagonist, is enlisted in the Central Intelligence Agency's elitist espionage program as its token black. Upon mastering agency tactics, however, he drops out to train young Chicago blacks as "Freedom Fighters." As a story of one man's reaction to ruling-class hypocrisy, the film is loosely autobiographical and personal.

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8 Views · 1 month ago

Cette conférence de Dibombari MBOCK a été donnée dans le cadre dans la KUMABA SÉNÉGAL 2022 à Dakar le 04 juin 2022.

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8 Views · 1 month ago

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Kwame Ture (born Stokely Standiford Churchill Carmichael, June 29, 1941 – November 15, 1998) was a prominent African-American organizer in the civil rights movement in the United States and the global Pan-African movement. Born in Trinidad, he grew up in the United States from the age of 11 and became an activist while attending Howard University. He eventually developed the Black Power movement, first while leading the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), later serving as the "Honorary Prime Minister" of the Black Panther Party (BPP), and lastly as a leader of the All-African People's Revolutionary Party (A-APRP).

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15 Views · 2 months ago

Ghanaian historian Kwaku Darko Ankrah joins Frema Adunyame and Nana Tuffuor Boateng to explain the meanings of some Ghanaian names.

#UpsideDown #HeritageMonth #Ghana

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12 Views · 4 months ago

De Frank Professionals - Afe Ato Yen Bio

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15 Views · 4 months ago

Cymande - Dove 1972

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13 Views · 4 months ago

⁣Segun Damisa & The Afro Beat Crusaders - Suffer Dey

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12 Views · 4 months ago

Recorded live in Copenhagen, Denmark, April 1968. Song for My Father was recorded in October 1964 and released on the Blue Note label. The album was inspired by a trip that Silver had made to Brazil. The cover artwork features a photograph of Silver's father, John Tavares Silva, to whom the title song was dedicated. "My mother was of Irish and Negro descent, my father of Portuguese origin", Silver recalls in the liner notes, "He was born on the island of Maio, one of the Cape Verde Islands." The album line-up differs from the Copenhagen musicians here.

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18 Views · 5 months ago

Written & Produced by Alexandra Love / Beautiful Chorus 
Featuring: INDIA.ARIE
Artwork by: Alexandra Love 
Original Photo: Jessica Felicio
Drums by DiViNCi

MGMT: Tim Cook, Isabelle Abergel // N3W LEVEL 

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Thank you: Juan Caipo, Jason Reddick, Rafael Piñeros, Vivek Sridharan, Asha Madhukar, Annissa Allen-Gore, Isabelle Abergel, Tim Cook, and Emmanuel Zunz.

Welcome magic and wonder
Brilliance and grace
Welcome joy and satisfaction
Pleasure and strength 
Welcome essence beauty presence 
Time spirit form and space
Welcome excellence
And every blessing
Sacred and praise 

What I seek I have 
What I want to know I understand 
All I wish I could I can
Who I wanna be I am

I am the seed I am the tree
I am the flower I am the bee
I am fire and I am the wind
I accept love and also I give
I am loud and I am mighty
I am silent and I tread lightly
I am brave and monumental
I am modest and I am gentle
I am student and I teach
I am the sand I am the beach
I am ease and I am power
I am bridge and I am tower
I am peace and I am wild
I am mother I am child
I am many I am few
I am god and god is you

This song is about reaching the inner chamber of our selves, summoning forth all we desire, and deeply realizing that we have all we need and are all we desire to be.

#beautifulchorus #soul #singing #chorus #choir #IAm #IAmEnough #movement #BeautifulChorus #ACapella

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23 Views · 6 months ago

⁣Cheikh Anta Diop: THE AFRICAN ORGIN

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22 Views · 6 months ago

It’s enlightening to listen to #MalcolmX scholars like #PaulLee and #ZakKondo stress to broadcaster #GilNoble the apparent importance they both attach to *original sources* (“they are key to our research”) when one considers how readily both scholars blithely concluded that convicted Malcolm X assassins Norman 3X Butler and Thomas 15X Johnson were ‘innocent men’ when neither Lee nor Kondo appears to have read the self-evidently FALSE testimony of Theresa 7X Butler and Etta 2X Johnson to be found in the most ‘original’ possible source of such testimony, namely, the TRANSCRIPTS of the 1965 Grand Jury and 1965-66 murder trial. LEARN MORE ABOUT BUTLER & JOHNSON AT THE AUDUBON BALLROOM BELOW
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15 Views · 6 months ago

#MarcusGarveySeries - The Right Honourable Marcus Mosiah Garvey Jr. was a Jamaican political activist, publisher, journalist, entrepreneur, and orator. In this audiobook, you will hear some of his most memorable opinions and philosophy. Enjoy it.
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