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MF GALAXY
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MF GALAXY is a weekly podcast powered by four mighty engines: * Writers on writing: the craft and the business * Pop culture including TV, movies, graphic novels, and more * Progressive politics, activism, and social enterprise * Africentric change-makers, histories, cultures, art, and more! Mixing brand-new interviews with classic conversations (from my archive of 23 years in broadcasting) with famous and dynamic figures in the arts, Hollywood, and politics, MF GALAXY will take you to place ...
 
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Other Planes | Afrofuturism Podcast
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Other Planes covers all things Afrofuturism from Planet Earth to the beyond. Hosted by tobias c. van Veen, Other Planes features soundposts, audio journeys, and interviews with Afrofuturists from all star systems, from emcees to philosophers, scribes to scholars, painters to poets. Other Planes covers the black speculative arts, including black science fiction, film, and comix; black cosplay and alien becomings; the black fantastic and posthumanism; futuristic black politics and remix cultur ...
 
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RootMama Radio
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Encouraging mothers & women to uplift, inspire and motivate you to be your best self. Information Soul-food for your mind, body, and Spirit.
 
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Positive Vibes
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Positve Vibes: One of the longest running shows on CKUT, originated by Janice Dayle “J.D”, in 1986 (pre-FM licence) and arguably, opening the door to other Caribbean, Afro-centric programmes. It has had various other hosts over the years including Sistah P (Pat Dillon, currently host of Bhum Bhum Time) Prym Tyme, and Majesty. The current hosts are Johnny Black, Roger Moore and Nadine. Montreal’s reggae matrix, they play all forms of reggae, roots, rub a dub, ska, dancehall, vintage, rarites ...
 
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Who Told You
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The musings of two black and afrocentric individuals. Yin & Yang, peanut butter & jelly, Groundnut & Garri? They go together! An African-American(Nigerian) and an African(Nigerian) in America, as they give opinions to crack social constructs one syllable at a time while being hilariously entertaining.....lool but seriously.
 
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AfroIntellectus
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Tap into the frequency for a weekly dose of Melanin Magic & Collective consciousness. Join four curators of creativity banding together to bring optimistic views to pop culture and world news. Exploring the obscure corners of the universe and expanding on objective thought, P.Dove, NemyTheCoolest, QueueD, & AlilbitTooCute offer a creative's point of view on culture & society in an Afropunk meets socratic seminar fashion.As they perfect their separate trades, AfroIntellectus serves as an on a ...
 
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The BlackVillage Community Podcast
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This is THE BLACKVILLAGE COMMUNITY PODCAST Welcome to The "BlackVillage" Community Podcast. We're a Conscious Family and Community with a mission statement and agenda centered on indigenous Conscious Black Liberation with a purpose. We're an Afrocentric podcast show centered on the total Restoration and Re-education of the indigenous Black American woman for the sole purpose of Restoring the family to Heal the indigenous Black Community. Come one come all to The "BlackVillage" Community Podc ...
 
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Sheree Renee Thomas changed science fiction publishing by editing the anthologies Dark Matter: A Century of Speculative Fiction from the African Diaspora and Dark Matter: Reading the Bones. Those books won the 2001 and 2005 World Fantasy Awards, and along with the novels of Nalo Hopkinson, Tananarive Due, and Steven Barnes relaunched Africentri ...…
 
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12 Minute Convos w/ Engel Jones
 
Jamea Zuberi has been transforming the lives of others through education for over fourteen years. Deciding early on that she wanted to share her passion for science with young people, Jamea obtained a Bachelor of Education degree from York University. She then joined The Linden School as a teacher of Mathematics, Science and Technology, and Lit ...…
 
During the last few years, the catalogue of online slurs has grown considerably, but none has been as disturbing to me as the rise of the word “hotep.” What does the word mean? What is its significance to those who prize classical African civilisations? How have two forces collided to degrade the word, and whose interests does that degradation ...…
 
Sweet Christmas! Luke Cage, the Marvel Comics Blaxploitation D-grade hero from the 1970s is now a massive on Netflix—so anticipated the Netflix crashed in Europe. Series creator Cheo Hodari Coker has spoken revealingly about his own life as an African-American fanboy and his commitment to presenting excellent African-American women characters. ...…
 
To be alive is to eat. To enjoy life is to eat. To meet with family and friends and reminisce and plan the future is to eat. And of course, all of human culture, in one way or another revolves around our basic need to stay alive through producing, consuming, and loving food. So why do so few novelists, poets, lyricists, and other writers talk a ...…
 
Ice-T is one of the best-known artists from what is now widely known as the golden era of hip hop—the 1986 to 1992 span that saw the widest assortment of lyrical content and the climax of political and Africentric work. West coast artist Ice-T brought a mixture of allegedly autobiographical stories and fictional ballads named “crime rhymes,” wh ...…
 
Few people have done as much to promote the Africentric perspective as Molefi Kete Asante, the scholar, editor, and activist who wrote the seminal work Afrocentricity and furthered the intellectual movement for an African-centered scholarship and world-view that employs research for political liberation through the academic resuscitation of smo ...…
 
Reginald Hudlin is one of the most successful creators of film and television of the last twenty-five years. He leapt to prominence by writing and directing 1990’s House Party, an intelligent and hilarious film about African American teenage life, following that with, among other films, Boomerang, widely regarded as Eddy Murphy’s finest perform ...…
 
On his website, Milton Davis describes himself professionally as being a “full time chemist and a part time writer.” But I’d say he’s full-time both. Like any chemist, Davis is focused on creation, synthesis, reaction, and results. Theory’s not enough. Experimentation and production are the whole point. Milton Davis writes Africentric science f ...…
 
Even today, Hollywood’s Pink-Washing produces Whitesupremacist revisionism of African civilisations through work such as The Gods of Egypt, Exodus: Gods and Kings, and the HBO series Rome whose second season visits Greek-occupied Egypt. Fortunately, numerous scholars and activists have dedicated their lives to erasing such lies and restoring th ...…
 
The next time you feel like starting a blood feud, go to a Classics lecture on any American campus or to any American publishing house and say the following: “Egypt was a racially African civilisation. And it conquered and civilised Greece.” As amply demonstrated by the growth industry in anti-Afrocentric publishing, North America’s racially-po ...…
 
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The BlackVillage Community Podcast
 
Did the Industry Kill Afrocentric Music? pt2Afrocentric Hip Hop & The Music Industry is this Sunday's podcast topic "Did the Industry Kill Afrocentric Music?" due to the rise of street gangsta thug life hip hop music that renders very little knowledge if any due to its repetition in subject matter which is nothing more then the glorification of ...…
 
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Host : Jaycee a.k.a. AfroBlack
 
Did the Industry Kill Afrocentric Music? pt2Afrocentric Hip Hop & The Music Industry is this Sunday's podcast topic "Did the Industry Kill Afrocentric Music?" due to the rise of street gangsta thug life hip hop music that renders very little knowledge if any due to its repetition in subject matter which is nothing more then the glorification of ...…
 
Nnedi Okorafor is the celebrated author of ten books, including The Shadow Speaker, Who Fears Death, and the forthcoming The Book of Phoenix. Zahrah the Windseeker, Okorafor’s debut novel about a highly technological world based on Nigerian myths and culture, wasnominated for the Locus Best First Novel Award, shortlisted for the Parallax and Ki ...…
 
TONIGHTS DISCUSSION CONTINUES ON THE SUBJECT OF AFROCENTRICISM AND DO AFRICENTRICS LOVE AFRICA. ON OUR LAST SHOW WE PRESENTED THE NEED FOR AFRICANS IN AMERICA AND WE DON'T USE THE TERM AFRICAN-AMERICAN, BECAUSE IT MEANS SUBJECT TO AMERICA. WE FOUND OUR SELVES DISCUSSING THE MOORS AND REVEALED MANY UNEXPECTED HISTORICAL FACTS CONCERNING THE MOOR ...…
 
In this episode of ODWIRA we establish the proper definition of Afuraka/Afuraitkait (Africa), being Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) and the proper/actual Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Worldview often referred to as Afrocentric, Africentric, African-centered, etc. We examine our books: AFURAKA/AFURAITKAIT - The Origin of the term 'Africa ...…
 
There is NO better way to conclude this great series than by HAVING THE AUTHOR OF SAID TEXT ON OUR SHOW LIVE!!! PROFESSOR MANU AMPIM WILL BE HERE FOR THE ENTIRE SHOW, walking through his text, correcting what we may have missed, answering your chat & phone questions!!!!! Do we TALK too damn much? Have all the decades of lecturing positively cha ...…
 
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Afrika's Reascension
 
FINALLY we will wrap up Professor Manu Ampim's ALTERNATIVE to the failed Lecture Model--THE WORKSHOP MODEL! Do we TALK too damn much? Have all the decades of lecturing positively changed the conditions of stolen Afrikans ? Are there any better ways to address the myriad problems facing the global Afrikan community? What is the 11th Commandment ...…
 
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Afrika's Reascension
 
FINALLY we will dig deeply into Professor Manu Ampim's ALTERNATIVE to the failed Lecture Model--THE WORKSHOP MODEL! Do we TALK too damn much? Have all the decades of lecturing positively changed the conditions of stolen Afrikans ? Are there any better ways to address the myriad problems facing the global Afrikan community? What is the 11th Comm ...…
 
We continue our discussion on Ampim's critique of the LECTURE MODEL. We will share finish up on explaining Ampim's M.E.S. observations (Money, Ego, Sex) and begin to move into his ALTERNATIVE to the failed Lecture Model--THE WORKSHOP MODEL! Do we TALK too damn much? Have all the decades of lecturing positively changed the conditions of stolen A ...…
 
We continue our discussion on Ampim's critique of the LECTURE MODEL. We will share how he feels SNCC is to credit(blame) for our present (over)use of the LECTURE MODEL & walk through the arguments FOR and AGAINST the LECTURE MODEL. (on the against side, we shall peer into Ampim's M.E.S. observations--& I am sure, you the listening audience may ...…
 
We continue our discussion on Ampim's critique of the LECTURE MODEL. We will go into it's derived history from the caucasoid Lyceum Model, share how he feels SNCC is to credit(blame) for our present (over)use of the LECTURE MODEL & walk through the arguments FOR and AGAINST the LECTURE MODEL. (on the against side, we shall peer into Ampim's M.E ...…
 
Do we TALK too damn much? Have all the decades of lecturing positively changed the conditions of stolen Afrikans ? Are there any better ways to address the myriad problems facing the global Afrikan community? What is the 11th Commandment & do we still follow it today? Professor & primary researcher Manu Ampim in 1993 authored the book TOWARD BL ...…
 
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UDM Show "Podcast" - Your weekly House Music Radio Show with Soul!
 
MARK STONE`s PLAYLIST: 1st Hour: 1. Gene King, Sacha "Changes" (Main Vox) Shines 2. Jus Native, Thandi Draai "Crazy Love" (Alternativ Mix) Soul Candi Records 3. PhatFrank feat. Dana Weaver "Hot" (Neal Conway vs. Da Gruv'n Africentric) In The Zone 4. Pirahnahead's Soulchestra, Eric King "Love Ballad" (Main Vocal) Whasdat Music Promo (Hottrack) 5 ...…
 
Africentric wins the girls City League title and the boys pick spots to start the state tournament. Dispatch prep writers Steve Blackledge and Mark Znidar wrap up the week's action.
 
Host Junious Ricardo Stanton speaks with the author of the controversial 1979 Willie Lynch Letter, The Making of A Slave, Dr. kwabena Faheem Ashanti (formerly known as Charles Davis). Dr Ashanti is an Africentric psychologist, author, African Priest and founder of the African Healers Association. Dr Ashanti is a deprogramming specialist, his se ...…
 
Dispatch prep writers Steve Blackledge and Mark Znidar talk about the girls state championship games including Africentric's Division III victory.By The Columbus Dispatch.
 
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National Post Posted Toronto
 
Our panel discusses the Africentric high school vote; the terror of soccer balls in the schoolyard; and what to believe or not to believe about Occupy Toronto.
 
Jeff Thitoff and Mark Znidar interview Africentric coach Will McKinney.By The Columbus Dispatch.
 
Jeff Thitoff and Mark Znidar talk about Africentric, the final central Ohio girls team left in the state tournament.By The Columbus Dispatch.
 
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