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Marcella Katjijova Talks About The Different Stages of development Teenagers Go Throw

By nelson | Sep 27, 2021
  Teenagers might get stuck at some stage of development and it is vital to understand why they may be going through that and how we could be the reason as parents or guardians. Do read up on the stages here👇🏾 https://www.verywellmind.com/erik-eri… Read More →

Interview With Verlene Mahomes Multi-Disciplined Artist

By nelson | Sep 24, 2021
  Verlene Mahomes is a multi-disciplined artist whose work in painting sculpture in ceramics have been widely shown throughout the central Great Plains-based in Wichita Kansas my homes was born in Haskell Oklahoma and study painting at Langston University where she earn the ABA in education she also has study painting and ceramics at Wichita… Read More →

Interview with Joan Huff, the first black cheerleader at Wichita State University

By nelson | Sep 23, 2021
Interview with Joan Huff, the first black cheerleader at Wichita State University Mrs. Huff resides in Paris, France. Even here, recent incidents in America have sparked rallies demanding racial fairness. These rallies were not only in support of justice for George Floyd but also for Adama Traore, a black man who died here under similar… Read More →

HBCU President Series: Attorney Thomas Hudson, Jackson State University

By nelson | Sep 23, 2021
Interview With Thomas Hudson, 12th President, Jackson State University. Read More →

Interview with Dr. Emanuel Cleaver III Is Pastor of St. James United Methodist Church We’re Discussing The Israeli Palestinian Conflict

By nelson | May 27, 2021
Interview with Dr. Emanuel Cleaver III is pastor of St. James United Methodist Church we’re discussing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the Middle East as well as how there are some similarities to what’s happening over there and what is happening right here in the United States with people of color and the use of deadly… Read More →

Interview with Bishop Tony Colwell we’re talking about the Palestinian Israeli issue

By nelson | May 25, 2021
Interview with Bishop Tony Colwell we’re talking about the Palestinian Israeli issue that is going on in the Middle East and how the black community relates to that issue and where does the ecumenical community as him the diaspora here in America Read More →

What’s Up Latin America Series Host Jacquelyn Aguirre Interviews Dr. C. David Rios

By nelson | Feb 26, 2021
Dr. Rios joined us for conversations about his experiences growing up as a Puerto Rican in New York, the importance of diversity in the medical field, and the struggles minority communities face getting adequate medical care. Dr. Rios was born in the Bronx, New York, and attended private prep school in Connecticut before completing his… Read More →

Cascade Media Group New Series ‘Africa’ Featuring Nigeria

By nelson | Jan 9, 2021
https://youtu.be/gGToJgcXvyA Nigeria (/naɪˈdʒɪəriə/ (About this sound listen)), officially the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a sovereign country in West Africa bordering Niger in the north, Chad in the northeast, Cameroon in the east, and Benin in the west. Its southern coast is on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic Ocean. It is a federal… Read More →

Cascade Media Group New Series ‘Africa’ Featuring Kenya

By nelson | Jan 8, 2021
https://youtu.be/Gai0REEZQnE Kenya, officially the Republic of Kenya (Swahili: Jamhuri ya Kenya), is a country in Eastern Africa. At 580,367 square kilometers (224,081 sq mi), Kenya is the world’s 48th largest country by total area. With a population of more than 47.6 million people in the 2019 census,[11] Kenya is the 29th most populous country.[5] Kenya’s… Read More →

Cascade Media Group New Series ‘Africa’ Featuring Namibia

By nelson | Jan 4, 2021
Namibia (/nəˈmɪbiə/ (About this sound listens), /næˈ-/),[17][18] officially the Republic of Namibia, is a country in Southern Africa. Its western border is the Atlantic Ocean; it shares land borders with Zambia and Angola to the north, Botswana to the east, and South Africa to the south and east. Although it does not border Zimbabwe, less… Read More →

Interview Wasim Khan The New Vice President of Whats Up Worldwide

By nelson | Dec 8, 2020
Interview Wasim Khan The New Vice President of Whats Up Worldwide Mr. Khan introduces himself and some of his cadential‘s as it relates to what the agenda will be on the https://whatsupworldwide.com/ platform   Read More →

Interview with Leon Jordan Legacy OF Leadership Documentary Director Leon Jordan

By nelson | Jul 13, 2020
https://youtu.be/WO7WBavLLBg Interview with Leon Jordan Legacy OF Leadership Documentary Director Leon Jordan Read More →

What’s Up with the connections, or lack of, between the US and Africa?

By nelson | Jul 1, 2020
These connections become even more scarce between Africa and communities of color in the US. It is time to start a dialog between Africans, Africans in the diaspora, and communities of color in the US. These interactions will allow deeper understanding to develop, appreciation to grow, and opportunities for economic investment to emerge. In this… Read More →

Keiser Report | Thucydides Trap + 4th Turning + Exorbitant Privilege | E1549

By nelson | Jun 21, 2020
https://youtu.be/7MM6sSU64_M Check Keiser Report website for more: http://www.maxkeiser.com/ In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the meeting of three important trends either starting or coming to an end: Thucydides Trap + 4th Turning + Exorbitant Privilege. As we see nation-states and generations unwilling to relinquish power to make way for… Read More →

Interview with Mark Sharp, Candidate for State House District 36

By nelson | Jun 19, 2020
Mark Sharp isn’t running for the Missouri House of Representatives because he no longer likes teaching. “I love teaching,” Mark said, “but when I saw kids starting to treat other kids differently due to Donald Trump’s hateful rhetoric, I knew the problems we face are bigger than I can correct in the classroom,” Mark said… Read More →

Ghana vs Jamaica! Visual Comparison – One People! Africans | Year of the Return

By nelson | Jun 18, 2020
After visiting Ghana and Africa for the first time it was amazing to see how similar Ghana was to Jamaica. Ghana Year of the Return All by me & Featured in my Vlogs. Subscribe! https://tinyurl.com/y7hcqxa3  – 1:18 – Food (Waakye, Rice n Peas, Bofrot, Fry Dumplings, Stews) 3:39 – Markets (Makola Market, Kejetia Market, Coronation… Read More →

West Africa: Meet the African-Americans returning to the continent

By nelson | Jun 18, 2020
Last year, to mark four centuries since the start of slavery, Ghana launched a project to encourage people of African descent from around the world to visit their motherland. As a result, some 750,000 people heeded the call and traveled to the country in 2019. But some African-Americans have gone even further and have answered… Read More →

Africa Is a Mess, Colonialism Should Not Have Ended – British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson

By nelson | Jun 18, 2020
Africa Is a Mess, Colonialism Should Not Have Ended – British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson Read More →

Ancestors, Spirits and God – History Of Africa with Zeinab Badawi

By nelson | Jun 18, 2020
https://youtu.be/GlKSp2H0V0w In this episode, Zeinab Badawi examines religion in Africa. First, the enduring presence of Africa’s indigenous religions, to which millions of people on the continent still adhere. She travels to Zimbabwe to find out more about a remote community that follows the traditional African religion. In Senegal, she meets a Muslim man who, like… Read More →

EFF brings Professor Patrick Lumumba lecture on the History of Pan Africanism

By nelson | Jun 15, 2020
Prof Patrick Lumumba is expected to touch on the issue of leadership when he delivers his lecture on Pan Africanism during the COVID19 crisis Read More →

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