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Asar Imhotep Joins the 2nd Annual Black Power Awards Celebration Weekend

Asar Imhotep, the founder of the Madu-Ndela Institute for the Advancement of Science and Culture, Published Author, and member of the Amen-Ra Squad will present at the 2nd Annual Black Power Awards Weekend on November 17, 2017 at the Sheraton Downtown Atlanta. The title of Asar’s presentation is: "An African-Centered Critique of ‘Ra Iz Allah: Why Asar Imhotep … Continue reading Asar Imhotep Joins the 2nd Annual Black Power Awards Celebration Weekend

Racial Thinking Fact or Fiction?

Currently, “race” is defined by many people as “a group of individuals who share a common culture or history”. But as we make more and more scientific and societal advances, particularly in the areas of genetics and the origins of our species as a whole, it’s becoming increasingly clear that this seemingly straightforward definition of … Continue reading Racial Thinking Fact or Fiction?

Introduction To Traditional African Religion

By: Ini-Herit Khalfani March 20, 2018 Nashville, Tn   “The influence of other religions, especially, Christianity and Islam on African religion cannot be overemphasized. As generation after generation of Africans come under the influence of foreign religions or embrace the foreign religions, one or two things happen: they either cut away completely from the old … Continue reading Introduction To Traditional African Religion

The following are the eighteen culturally derived Africana Womanist characteristics:

The following are the eighteen culturally derived Africana Womanist characteristics: (1) The Africana womanist can be SELF-NAMING--accessing herself, naming herself and her movement; (2) The Africana womanist is SELF-DEFINING, which she defines her reality and community in terms of their Africana cultural experiences; (3) The Africana womanist is FAMILY-CENTERED, as she is more concerned with … Continue reading The following are the eighteen culturally derived Africana Womanist characteristics:

The Revolutionary Mind, Body, and Soul!

The human mind has various ways to cope with traumatic experiences. Dissociation is one of those mechanisms. During this process, the victim of trauma develops what are call personas or alter egos that assist them in basic task. It's a natural process, but extremely destructive. Most of these personalities are driven by the ego and … Continue reading The Revolutionary Mind, Body, and Soul!

United States Politics: The Legacy of Race

The legacy of race in the United States is a permanent reality in the minds of Americans, engraved in the fabric of the culture. The ideology of race superiority was present in America as early as the 14th century, manifested first by the murder and torture of Aboriginals in South America, Native populations in the … Continue reading United States Politics: The Legacy of Race

Blak Pantha New Website Blakpanthaserer.com

On September 20, 2017, Blak Pantha published his website focused on solutions using an African Centered Paradiagm. "In  an effort to solve problems that plague the black community and the Diaspora in general. It is important to create our on solutions from an African centered paradigm" Blak Pantha". "Blak Pantha is a Pan Afrikan, Lecturer, … Continue reading Blak Pantha New Website Blakpanthaserer.com