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KWASI Akyeampong posted a discussion in Question of the week?
 
No one finds himself alone, it is said.
I will, however, find myself when I am willing to be alone.
But where is myself?
~Kwasi
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Ready to rejoin us at the theatre this week? We can’t wait!
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Braata Folk Singers are ready to sing and soothe you back into our new ways of sharing space together, in safety and in celebration! Come down to…
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Jun 20, 2021 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Jamaica Performing Arts Centre, Queens, NYC

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Yehudah ben Yaacov posted a discussion in The LawKeepers of GOD (YHWH)
THE SABBATH MESSAGE FOR JUNE 19, 2021 YAH, THE CREATOR, IS MY GOD AND MY ONLY SAVIOR! Shalom to All Who Seek the CREATOR GOD of Israel and HIS TRUTH, WE KNOW THAT WITH GOD’s WISDOMHE FORMED USFROM THE DUST OF THE EARTH… “God is not a man, that he…
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Reaffirming Our Africanness and Radical Tradition, 1960s: Liberation Coming From a Black Thing - by Dr. Maulana Karenga

Part I. The Reaffirmation of the 1960s stands, after the Classical Period of Kemetic civilization and the Holocaust of Enslavement, as a third modal or decisive and defining period in our history. This period of our most ancient and ongoing history was a reaffirmation of our commitment to our Africanness and our radical tradition, that is to say, our liberation tradition. It was a self-conscious struggle to be ourselves and to free ourselves. We strove and struggled to be our beautiful Black…

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Ultra Fast Keto Reviews - Ketosis Diet Pills That Actually Work! Scam

This ingredient is filled with healthy fat and infrequently seems in beauty merchandise for its moisturizing advantages. Some of the best CBD oil for COPD could be found at Intrinsic Hemp. The CBD bypasses the digestive system and is absorbed into the bloodstream directly via the lungs. Start exploring the fascinating world of CBD here CBD merchandise hemp oil could also be helpful however extra analysis is needed Mayo Clinic evaluation says. This contagious illness attacks the gastrointestinal…

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The People’s Organization For Progress hosts annual march marking anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr - FRIDAY APRIL 2nd

MARCHING FOR MLK! FOR LIVING WAGES AND FOR SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC JUSTICE!             On Friday, April 2nd, the People’s Organization For Progress will host its annual march to mark the anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.           Participants will assemble at the Lincoln Monument at 4pm.           This year’s march will highlight the ongoing scourge of police brutality, the fighter for living wages and particular spotlights on Solidarity with Amazon Workers in…

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Queen Mother Moore

            “No one has done more to integrate claims for reparations for African Americans into Black activism than “Queen Mother” Audley Moore. An activist for 70 years, she dedicated the majority of her career to fighting for reparations.” Black Perspectives  https://www.aaihs.org/audley-moore-and-the-modern-reparations-movement/#               When we think about reparations for African-Americans for the generations of enslavement, socio-economic and political apartheid and oppression many…

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Gladys Brown West

Dr Gladys WestJunious Ricardo Stanton             As we celebrate Black Women’s History we are sharing the life stories of Black women we rarely hear about who have made monumental contributions to society, their people and the world. Today we are sharing the story of Gladys Brown West a mathematician and engineer who helped develop the technology behind a tool we consider indispensible today, the Global Positioning Satellite (GPS).            Gladys Brown was born in 1930 in rural Sutherland…

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Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin

Josephine St. Pierre RuffinJunious Ricardo Stanton             As we celebrate Women’s History Month we will focus on women of African descent who may not be well known but who nevertheless positively impacted their communities, the nation and the larger society. Today we are going to share the life story of Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin an activist, journalist and newspaper publisher in Nineteenth century USA.            Josephine St. Pierre was born in Boston Massachusetts on August 31, 1842…

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Celebrate Black History Without Virtue Signaling

As February comes to a close, Project 21’s Marie Fischer says she looks forward to “eradicating Black History Month in its current form.” It’s not that she’s against teaching black history. Quite to the contrary! But current observances have “appropriated this tradition into a vehicle for virtual signaling,” she notes in a commentary for The Federalist. Marie writes: We… see the acknowledgement of black history erode into two streams of thought: a progressive perspective and the celebration of…

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Fannie Jackson Coppin

 Fannie Jackson CoppinJunious Ricardo Stanton As we celebrate Women’s History Month let us focus on the innumerable Black Sistahs who brilliantly blazed trails, pioneered and served their people in every conceivable way and in some that were truly original. To start I’d like to focus on Fannie Jackson Coppin who became an educator, principal, missionary and institution builder. Fannie Jackson Coppin has a Philadelphia connection having served a principal of the Institute for Colored Youth the…

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Proud of Biden

I was very lukewarm In my support of Biden when I voted for him. However, he has continued to exceed my expectations. As I mentioned before, his infrastructure legislation proposal was  in the class of Medicare and Social Security. Now he has continued to impress by his offer of donating 500 million of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines to the poorer countries of the world, with no strings attached. After four years of a president, Donald…

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Racism Is A Republican Red Herring

The primary strategy for Republicans is racism. Right now the most popular Republican is Donald Trump. Before Trump, Republican racism was subtle. But, when Trump embraced blatant racism, his popularity  sky-rocketed.  The reality is this Republican racism is nothing but a red herring to hide the fact that Republicans offer nothing for the American voters.

Does this Republican racism put food on the table? Does it offer…

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 Judgment was delivered today the 4th of June, 2021 in the Suit of:

  1. Monday Ubani
  2. John Nwokwu

 

AND

  1. Attorney General of the Federation,
  2. Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission,
  3. The Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria
  4. The House of Representatives of the Federal Republic of Nigeria
  5. National Assembly Service Commission

 

The Plaintiffs approached the Federal High Court, Lagos to…

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WHAT ARE YOU GONNA DO ABOUT IT?

     Now, let’s be honest.  Many of today’s parents don’t value an education the way many of us ‘P-Schoolers’ do.  Some of the stuff I read about in the local papers or see on the local news would NOT play out when I was a mere tyke.  My mother, who WAS a teacher, would have--simply--dug my grave, and my father would have tossed me in, and put the dirt on top of me, if I…

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