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Baka Omubo
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On the 164th episode of The Bald Head-N-The Dread Podcast, Jr (The Bald Head) and Autarchii (The Dread) reason about the life changing teachings by 'master teacher' Dr. Amos Wilson.

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📚 List of Dr.Amon Wilson Books you should check out 📚
- The Developmental Psychology of the Black Child 
- Black-on-Black Violence: The Psychodynamics of Black Self-Annihilation in Service of White Domination
- Understanding Black Adolescent Male Violence: Its Remediation and Prevention
- Awakening the Natural Genius of Black Children 
- The Falsification of Afrikan Consciousness: Eurocentric History, Psychiatry and the Politics of White Supremacy 
- 💎Blueprint for Black Power: A Moral, Political and Economic Imperative for the Twenty-First Century 
- Afrikan-Centered Consciousness Versus the New World Order: Garveyism in the Age of Globalism

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Tata Naka
6 Views · 2 days ago

The Image of AFRICA has been DISTORTED around the WORLD & We are CHANGING the NARRATIVE via YOUTUBE videos One Country At Time.Until the HISTORY of AFRICA is told by AFRICANS, the story of GREATNESS will always GLORIFY the IMPERIALISTS!.
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Tata Naka
7 Views · 2 days ago

Le Groupe Bogolan KASOBANE est né à la fin des années 70 quand des jeunes étudiants sortant de l´Institut National des Arts (I.N.A) du Mali à Bamako se sont unis pour la promotion de leur propre culture autour du bogolan, une technique ancestrale de dessin et de peinture, pouvant atténuer l´influence occidentale artistique enseignée à l´I.N.A.

Le nom « KASOBANE » est composé à partir de l’initial du prénom des membres du groupe.
KA pour Kandioura Coulibaly et Klétigui Dembélé ;
SO pour Souleymane Goro ;
BA pour Baba Keita et Boubacar Doumbia ;
NE pour Néné Thiam.

L’objectif principal du Groupe KASOBANE est de promouvoir le Bogolan en créant un nouveau courant artistique pour réaliser des œuvres contemporaines mettant en avant les techniques et valeurs locales.

L’originalité du groupe KASOBANE réside dans son mode d’inspiration et de création commune, sous une signature unique qui n’exclut pas la particularité, ni le génie créateur de chacun, et ce, contrairement à l’individualisme classique propre à l’Artiste. Par ce choix délibéré le groupe perpétue ainsi l’esprit de partage et de communion en hommage aux mères du bogolan.
Grâce à sa persévérance, son travail artistique, ses enquêtes, son enseignement, depuis plus de 45 ans, KASOBANE fut à la fois promoteur de génie et innovateur soucieux de la transmission d’une technique ancestrale malienne qui aurait pu disparaître.

Tata Naka
7 Views · 2 days ago

Soundiata est un spectacle multidisciplinaire interpretée ici par le Balais National, le Koteba National, le Badema National et l'ensembe instrumental du Mali. Il nous plonge dans la legende de l'epopée mandingue et l'histoire de Soundiata Keita. Cette piece est inspirée de l'oeuvre de Mamadou Badjian Kouyaté.

Nana Kamau Kambon Archives
9 Views · 2 days ago

How can a Black man have a white God ? The weaponization of religion to facilitate the destruction of the black race. How religion have been used as a tool to indoctrinate the Black mind into surrendering sovereignty to the white criminals and their satanic agendas.
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From the Plantation to the Pulpit.
© 2008
Speaker : Ayo Kimathi AKA Irritated Genie of Soufeese.

Tata Naka
6 Views · 2 days ago

COMING UP LIVE NOW ON PAN-AFRICAN DAILY TV with Dr Susan Tatah, Bamenda Girl (BG)

Ọbádélé Kambon Subscription
21 Views · 3 days ago

Kumbukeni co-host Nduku is joined by her brothers in the Jumuiya ya Nguzo Saba community to discuss the importance of preserving and spreading Kiswahili as our Afrikan Language of Unity, and the work they are doing to ensure this. The conversation will be based on Nduku's presentation on Kiswahili at the African Languages Conference which is currently taking place until the 28th of February.

Kwadwo Tòkunbọ̀
10 Views · 3 days ago

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Low Gravy · Paul Gonsalves

Gettin' Together!

℗ 1987 Fantasy, Inc.

Released on: 1987-01-01

Composer Lyricist: Jelly Roll Morton

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Nana Kamau Kambon Archives
10 Views · 3 days ago

Stealing A Nation is an extraordinary film about the plight of the people of the chagos islands in the Indian Ocean - secretly and brutally expelled from their Homeland by British government in the late 1960s and early 1970s, to make way for an American military base. The base, on the main island of Diego Garcia, was a launch pad for the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq.
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Directed, written and reported by John Pilger.
©️ 2004 Granada Television

Angela Malele
9 Views · 4 days ago

Marcus Garvey is credited with coining the phrase “Black is beautiful.” During the 1920s the Pan Africanist leader adopted the term. Garvey encouraged Black women to embrace their natural hair and features. He said, “Don’t remove kinks from your hair. Remove them from your brain.” He believed that attempting to follow white Eurocentric standards of beauty denigrated the beauty of Black women. The concept of Black being beautiful waned and almost died after Garvey was deported and then with his death.
The Black is Beautiful movement was a powerful cultural and social movement that reemerged during the 1960s and 1970s. The term “Black is Beautiful,” usually evokes memories and/visions that might fill your head full of afros, blaxploitation films, Black empowerment, civil rights movements, and black fists held in the air. In 1962, a photographer, a group of models and a fashion show in Harlem would kick-start a cultural and political movement.
In late January 1962, a group of artists known as the African Jazz-Art Society & Studios staged a fashion show in Harlem that would change American culture forever.
#grandassamodels #naturally62 #blackisbeautiful

SOURCES:
* NEW YORK POST: How A Harlem Fashion Show Started the Black is Beautiful Movement
* MUSEUM OF NEW YORK CITY: Fashion and Consciousness
* BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY: The Fashion Show That Helped Launch a Movement
* BBC: The Birth of the Black Power Movement
* NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN AND CULTURE: The Emergence of Black Culture and Identity in the 60s and 70s
* CBC: Why Decades Old Black is Beautiful Movement Resonates So Strongly Today




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