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Horace Silver Quintet - Song For My Father
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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.

Speaking Our Minds: Student Decolonization Movements in Diverse Higher Education Contexts
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Ọbádélé Kambon
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⁣Speaking Our Minds: Student Decolonization Movements in Diverse Higher Education Contexts

#RevolutionNow | Part II: The Boy from Kiribo
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Ọnuọra Abụah
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A revolutionary look at the life of Omoyele Sowore.

Omoyele Sowore is an activist, founder of Sahara Reporters (‘Africa’s Wikileaks’) and a former presidential candidate under Nigeria’s 🇳🇬African Action Congress Party. He was illegally arrested by Nigeria’s DSS in August 2019, released that same December and has been restricted to the capital ever since.

In the final part of this series, Onuora Abuah visits his childhood home of Kiribo in Ondo State, Nigeria. For the first time on camera, we hear Omoyele talk about his life's ups and downs as he navigated his way through childhood, the University of Lagos, Political Activism and eventually, politics.

@Omoyele Sowore @Omoyele Sowore @SaharaTV

Foundations of Afrikan Thought #14: The Battle for Afrikan Philosophy, The Battle for Kemet
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Ọbádélé Kambon
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Foundations of Afrikan Thought #14: The Battle for Afrikan Philosophy, The Battle for Kemet

Dr. Ọbádélé Kambon: #gandhiHasFallen Afrikan=Black Dignity has Risen - Joy News
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Ọbádélé Kambon
6 Views · 2 years ago

Dr. Ọbádélé Kambon: #gandhiHasFallen Joy News Interview

Foundations of Afrikan=Black Thought 18 April 2019: Afrikan Thought and Thought of Non-Afrikans
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Ọbádélé Kambon
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⁣Foundations of Afrikan=Black Thought 18 April 2019: Afrikan Thought and Thought of Non-Afrikans

Okunini Ọbádélé Kambon: Akan Ananse Stories, Yorùbá Ìjàpá Tales, and the Dikènga Theory
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AHSA hosted its 52nd annual conference in July-Aug, 2021 and was a partner for PANAFEST Three (3) day Colloquium 2021 in Ghana. The Pan African Festival (PANAFEST) Foundation, AHSA and University of Cape Coast met virtually and on ground to explore issues affecting the Black Family, Youth, Pan Africanism and African liberation. This session on "Building Africana Studies Theory Methodology Practice- Akan Ananse Stories, Yorùbá Ìjàpá Tales, and the Dikènga Theory: Worldview and Structure," by Okunini Obadele Kambon sets the deep thought foundation for the work of AHSA to build Africana Studies knowledge production and rescuing, telling and research our heritage using distinct methodologies of the discipline. We center at the start African history and culture, worldview.

Dr. Obadele Kambon: Neo-Colonialism as an Impediment
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15 Views · 1 year ago

Opening Keynote Speech
SOS Hermann Gmeiner International College
Model African Union Conference
24 May 2014

Part 8: Kambon Kantanka Conversations: Are you a thermostat or a thermometer?
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Part 8: Kambon Kantanka Conversations: Are you a thermostat or a thermometer?

My success story on moving back to Afrika and this is only the beginning.
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Asantu Kweku Maroon
144 Views · 4 months ago

I've taking control over the things that matter to me. I control my land, water, energy, food and medicine. Let's talk power, once we lose our amnesia on who we are, where we are, what we must still be, and where we must still go, then we can become empower to be like our ancestors. But, we must learn our history told by us to know who our ancestors are.
https://repatriatetoghana.com/

The Revolutionary Black Family Keeping Up with the Kambons Exclusive Interview
01:09:11
Ọbádélé Kambon
41 Views · 2 years ago

Historic interview with Kamau Kambon, Mawiyah Kambon, Nataki Kambon, Obadele Kambon, and Kala Kambon the revered African liberation family.

WPFW Exclusive interview on African Deep Thought with Host Ka'ba the Soul Singer

Part 6: Kambon Kantanka Conversations: Getting the Newest Upgrade
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Ọbádélé Kambon
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Part 6: Kambon Kantanka Conversations: Getting the Newest Upgrade

Part 5: Kambon Kantanka Conversations: The problems we have with each other
00:22:26
Ọbádélé Kambon
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Part 5: Kambon Kantanka Conversations: The problems we have with each other

Okunini Ọbádélé Kambon on Kente and Adinkra cloths
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Ọbádélé Kambon
96 Views · 3 years ago

Why will you opt for a Kente woven fabric or an Adinkra cloth for an occasion- As a country, have we optimized the use of these traditional fabrics and how can it boost our tourism- Wend.mp4

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