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Ọbádélé Kambon
17,962 Views · 3 years ago

Featuring Dr. Maulana Maulana
Okunini Ọbádélé Kambon

Presented by Nana Yaa Lacy

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10,016 Views · 2 years ago


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Most people believe that the Pan-Afrikan Movement is little more than 100 years old. Most people also believe that Pan-Afrikanism is merely an invention dreamed up by diasporans; and that it is not indigenous to Afrikans on the continent. In this exclusive interaction we explode both myths as Bro. Obadele Kambon presents his ground breaking research.

Featuring Master Linguist
Senior Research Fellow • Institute of African Studies •University of Ghana.

Ọbádélé Kambon
9,333 Views · 3 years ago

(Disclaimer: Note that this is the full-contact Afrikan version of Capoeira and not the contemporary non-contact "Afro-Brazilian Cultural Aerobics" version)



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Part 1: REAL FIGHTS! Afrikan Combat Capoeira Fight and Sparring Vines!

Abibifahodie Asako: Afrikan Combat Capoeira

Featuring Dr. Ọbádélé Kambon, Brandon "Okumapem" Rogers, Zohra Opoku, Michael, Tahir, Ama Kambon, Dean Nefer, Kwabena "Jahwi" Danso, Kwame Akoto Bamfo, Tchinga Mikolo, Carlos, Wanlov Kubolor, Adetayo Olufunmi, Johnie Dennis Ridehouth, Ernest, Izak, Adinjah, Haile Sotome, Olivier Kabre, NanaHene Koduah, Nii "Bɔkɔɔ" Armah, Thai Smith, Yaa Anima, Harry Abeeku, Razak-Zaquus, Samuel Obeng, Suzanne Ngoeyok and more!

Capoeira stick fighting, capoeira sparring, capoeira striking, capoeira wrestling/grappling, capoeira submissions and more!

Ọbádélé Kambon
8,372 Views · 1 month ago

Set to take place 21 January 2023: ⁣Enstoolment of the Kambons in Benin: Royal Decrees from Ilasso

Ọbádélé Kambon
5,282 Views · 1 month ago

⁣Abibitumi (Ghana) and Muujiza Benin Collaboration Announcement!

Kwadwo Tòkunbọ̀
1,364 Views · 3 years ago

Steve Cokely (June 17, 1952 - April 11, 2012) was an American political researcher and lecturer who lectured nationally on political and economic issues relating especially to the African American community.

Steve Cokely was also a futurologist who commented extensively on water conservation, organic farming, and communal living. Cokely gave over 5,000 lectures on the topic of global warming and corporate conspiracies, the Trilateral Commission, The Bilderberg Group, Rothchilds, Rockefellers, Boule, etc.

Cokely's research delved into the history of Marcus Garvey, the Black Panthers and other areas of African-American history.

Cokely lectured at many college campuses nationally and was also known for his conspiracy theories involving the Black Male elite organization known as the Sigma Pi Phi and the Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr by the hands of Rev.Jesse Jackson and the C.I.A.

Cokely was assistant to the special committee on rules under Mayor Harold Washington. He gained notoriety when he served as special assistant to the former mayor of Chicago, Eugene Sawyer.

Cokely was criticized for teaching that Jewish doctors were using the AIDS virus in an attempted genocide against Africans. His comments created a nationally publicized controversy in 1988 and he was dismissed from his position as aide to Sawyer.

When in 1990 Illinois Governor James Thompson signed an agreement to open an Israeli Aircraft Industries plant in Rockford, Cokely was an outspoken opponent. He argued that Black leaders in Illinois should oppose Israeli war industries because of their military support for the Apartheid system in South Africa.

Cokely gained the national spotlight again in 1996 after he was scheduled to speak at "Our Roots Run Deep", a Black History Month lecture series in New York City hosted by the Warner Music Group. Also scheduled were Al Sharpton, Conrad Muhammad, Jimmy Castor, Hannibal Lokumbe and Dick Gregory. The Jewish Defense Organization objected, organizing a call-in campaign to Warner Brothers and threatening a boycott. The Anti-Defamation League and the New York Post also objected to Cokely (as well as Sharpton and Muhammad) speaking at the event. Warner removed Cokely and Muhammad without issuing a press release.

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Ọnuọra Abụah
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Onuora Abuah visits the 800 year-old Emir's Palace in the medieval city of Kano in Northern Nigeria.

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#afrikanmusiconly #blackmusicmagic

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Why are Black people celebrating Euro Folly Days?

Asantu Kweku Maroon
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Asantu and Nakia talk about their experience with getting citizenship in Ghana.

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