MAANGAMIZI – THE ANCIENT ONE is a story about three women; a doctor, her patient and the ancient and mysterious ancestor who brings them together. It is a tale of healing through love, compassion and forgiveness. It is the spiritual journey of the soul. It is a story that seeks to reclaim the connection between Africa and her Diaspora. It is a story that dares to represent the histories of two continents as it peels away layers upon layers of pain and ultimately brings healing of the soul. Continue reading Maangamizi: The Ancient One
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The Boule’ is a black GREEK secret society based on another secret society founded at Yale University called…Skull & Bones. The Boule’s primary founder was Dr. Henry McKee Minton along with Dr.’s Eugene T. Henson, Edwin Clarence Howard, Algernon Brashear Jackson, Robert Jones Abele and Richard John Warrick; all of Philadelphia. They are the so-called “talented 10th” WEB DuBois is famous for speaking of. The founding member of the New York City chapter, WEB DuBois, said the Boule’s major ambition was to steal the black professional from the ranks of Marcus Garvey, who, at that time in 1918 was reaching over 1 million-plus Diaspora Africans mainly in North America without tv or radio via his newspaper…The Negro World.
Dr. Asa Hillard, III Master Keys Continue reading Watch “How To Study Kemetic Egyptian History And Indigenous Rulers – Dr. Asa G Hilliard, III” on Ninja
The Journal of Africana Religions has announced a Call for Proposals on “The Great Debates in Africana Religious Studies.” The deadline for submission of proposals is February 15, 2019. Continue reading Call for Papers: “The Great Debates in Africana Religion”