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⁣You Won’t BELIEVE Why AFRICANS Are Moving To The Caribbean

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15 Views · 16 days ago

⁣Africans have been conditioned to think they are poor. In this latest episode of The African Narratives, the creative director of Africa Web TV, Femi Soewu, gives his take on the believe that Africans are poor. Being devoid of luxury is not the same as being poor. Why are Africans always trying to compare themselves with Europeans? Why are we always trying to run the European race? Why is it that we are only happy when we have all those big buildings in Africa? Why are Africans only happy when they get a European seal of approval?

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5 Views · 24 days ago

⁣Black Women give their unfiltered testimony and plea to urge Black Mothers not to keep their children away from their Fathers.

‘For Mothers who won't let Fathers see their Children,’ is an all-women’s response to Mothers as well as court systems directly affecting Father’s visitation rights and direct positive relationships with their children. Women will discuss and examine women’s role in the matter or the role they have experienced with other women to take part in this matter. More so to make a positive argument and narrative regarding the importance of having the father or man in the household and directly in the child’s life in any capacity. Women will be the primary voices in the discussion and discourse regarding this topic.

Nware Rahsaan Burge is currently a PhD candidate, an Adjunct Professor at Kean University in Union, New Jersey; Essex County College, in Newark, New Jersey; and Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, New York. Nware is also a History and Special Education High School teacher and an Award-Winning Independent Documentary filmmaker. Nware holds a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts/Political Science from Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, New York, a Master’s degree in Education from Brooklyn College, in Brooklyn, New York and is a PhD candidate in Humanities and Culture at Union Institute and University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Nware has taught and worked in urban public schools for more than 17 years and as a University Professor for 4 years.

Nware was born in Hackensack, New Jersey and raised in Newark, New Jersey. He lived in Brooklyn, New York for 15 years, as well as Philadelphia for 3 Years, and currently resides in his hometown of Newark, New Jersey. As a first-time filmmaker and director, Nware has created his first feature documentary film, which is in its final editing stage, entitled: DNA-Using Genealogy to Change My SLAVE Last Name. The premise of the film poses the complex and sensitive question, “Should Black people change their White last name?” The film features Dr. Gina Paige of AfricanAncestry.Com as well as New York State Senator Kevin Parker, Historian and Scholar Dr. Leonard Jeffries and other scholars who give their insight on the topic. This complex and sensitive subject matter that his documentary film is based, has qualified Nware’s film to win the Yaa Asante Waa award for Best Documentary at the Black Star International Film Festival in Accra, Ghana.

Nware Burge’s film, DNA-Using Genealogy to Change My Slave Last Name, proposes the idea that people of African descent in the Americas, specifically African Americans and Caribbean’s alike, should contemplate the idea of using DNA genealogy results to change their European surname to the name of their genetic African ethnic origin. Nware plans to use his results from his DNA genealogy test to decide on a new surname, as well as applying for dual citizenship, which he urges other African Americans to consider as possibilities.

Another aim of his documentary DNA is to enlighten others and bring to the forefront that people of African descent in the Americas have carried and passed on the legacy of chattel slavery, imperialism, and colonization, as they continue to pass on their slave master’s European surname, from generation to generation without much grievance. The film reflects love, cultural pride, and the perplexity regarding his family surname of BURGE. Nware’s film DNA, also addresses the importance of people of African descent reclaiming their cultural and original mores, norms and spiritual systems from West Africa that were lost due to the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade.

Nware will be releasing his totally independent documentary film titled: For Mothers who won’t let Fathers see their Children (An All-Women’s Narrative), this Father’s Day, Sunday, June 16th, 2024, in which he attends to shedding light and understanding concerning general issues of Black fathers being separated from their children through a legacy of systematic governmental politics as well as the volition of mothers through parental alienation.

Nware is also in pre-production of his independent film titled: BLACK BEACHES in America – Our Maroon Societies. A film which will be centered around educating and sharing the great stories about some of the iconic Black Beaches in America that many people, never knew existed.
Overall, Nware understands the importance of history and culture as it applies to people of direct African descent and indigenous people across the world and hopes that all are inspired after viewing his films.

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4 Views · 24 days ago

⁣Omulangira Kalema discusses with Prof Kojo Ablode the issues around resources and why Africa has not created economic wealth with the all the various types of resources it has.

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13 Views · 24 days ago

⁣In this episode, recorded Jun 22, 2024, Ampim talks about the misrepresentation of classical African civilization by the mainstream media and academic establishment. He also speaks on how European and Arab scholars deliberately omit and misrepresent evidence that completely contradict their theories and assumptions, showing that Eurocentric scholarship is not neutral or objective.

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12 Views · 25 days ago

⁣Recorded from Sankofa Revolutionary Radio, this is a replay episode from Manu Ampim's Africana Studies program.

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15 Views · 1 month ago

⁣Omulangira Kalema discusses with Prof Kojo Ablode issues relating to the capacity of the African Union to fulfil the aspirations of African unity. The Organisation of African Unity may have been a better option.

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9 Views · 1 month ago

⁣A hundred years ago, three quarters of the Herero people of the German colony of Namibia were killed, many in concentration camps. Today, the descendants of the survivors are seeking reparations from the German government. This film tells for the first time this forgotten story and its links to German racial theories. This powerful documentary by David Adetayo Olusoga took a sensitive and uncompromising look at the tragic circumstances leading to the massacre of three quarters of the Namibia population in German concentration camps built in Africa. The program included graphic reconstructions and did not shirk from showing disturbing scenes which revealed the savagery of European colonial ideology put into practice. The documentary also showed the 2004 footage of Germany's ambassador to Namibia expressing regret for their killing of thousands of Namibia's Hereros during the colonial era. Unsurprisingly, the Germans refused to agree to the justifiable calls for reparations. The program also explored the current call for land reforms where most of Namibia's commercial land is still owned by European farmers who make up 6 percent of the country's population of 1.8 million. Throughout it included interviews and powerful testimony from African survivors, descendants and reparation movement representatives thus making this a compelling program which both educated the audience whilst treating the sensitive subject matter with the respect it deserved.

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10 Views · 1 month ago

⁣NEW SHOW!!! We are joined by Activists, Organiser & Writer - Gbontwi Anyetei to break down the historical & contemporary politics of Ghana in the lead up to the Presidential Election in Dec 2024.

In this Episode, we explore the prospects and pitfalls of Third Parties in Ghana.

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12 Views · 1 month ago

⁣Africa Leaders Reaction at KOREA - AFRICA Summit shocks the WEST

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23 Views · 2 months ago

⁣SOUTH AFRICANS DECIDE 2024, The Role of South Africa for the Africa we want, Professor Bayyinah lectures on the need for each and every African to arise and be intentionally conscious about what your desires and needs are as an African, how do you want to understand your role and contribution to the freedom of Africa and your privates lives

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13 Views · 2 months ago

⁣Uganda president, Yoweri Museveni says Africa needs to start making the best use of her natural resources by processing them in Africa instead of exporting her raw materials and creating money and jobs for western nations. President Yoweri Museveni was speaking at IDA21 Africa Heads of State Summit, KICC, Nairobi, Kenya

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11 Views · 2 months ago

⁣Zimbabwean human rights lawyer and pan-Africanist, Brian Kagoro says Africans talk too much. The Open Society leader,contends that many African elites are working with foreign powers to destabilise Africa. Brian Kagoro was speaking during the National Security Symposium 2024 at the Kigali Conference Centre in Rwanda.

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7 Views · 2 months ago

⁣Africa needs to regain her pride says eminent Senegalese professor of History, Abdoulaye Bathily. He is not impressed with African leaders rushing collectively to meet one leader of a so-called partner nation. Prof. Abdoulaye Bathily warns that Africa is being taken over militarily by the same people who colonised Africa. He was delivering the annual Thabo Mbeki Africa Day lecture 2024 in South Africa.

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25 Views · 2 months ago

⁣Obenfo Obadele Kambon is a world-renowned master linguist, scholar, and the architect of Abibitumi the oldest and largest Black social education network on the planet.

In pt.4 of this reasoning, Obenfo Obadele Kambon explains the impact the English language has had on Black peoples understanding of spirituality.

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10 Views · 2 months ago

#kenya #president #ruto agreed multiple deals with #corrupt #warlords the #usa has serious implications for #kenyans, their neighbours, #haitians and Africans across the continent. The deals suggest detrimental state crimes are being planned for Kenyans.

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16 Views · 2 months ago

⁣The HYPOCRISY of White Power

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15 Views · 2 months ago

⁣ShakaRa breaks down the Geo-Political History of Ayiti from 1804 to the present day.

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12 Views · 2 months ago

⁣Professor James Small is a scholar activist, dynamic speaker, and organizational consultant.

Prof. James Small has been an activist since his teenage years. His in-depth knowledge, thought-provoking and calm delivery are influential elements to break the programming of mis-education.

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16 Views · 2 months ago

⁣MOYA EP4 | DR KHANYISILE LITCHFIELD TSHABALALA | FEMINISM | PATRIARCHY | UN AGENDA

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