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Pan-African Journal
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The Pan-African Journal is an audio news magazine that is broadcasted from our studios in Detroit and through remote locations around the United States and the world.
 
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COMMUNITY LIFE .. WHATS HAPPENING IN YOURS
 
LETS TALK ABOUT CHANGE IN OUR COMMUNITIES
 
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1st Eva South African Music Podcast
 
in each show we bring the people's music back to the people, exposing the talent, creating the buzz. be part of the south african music revolution!
 
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Podcast – Financial Juneteenth
 
Finance PhD Dr Boyce Watkins moves an entire generation of African Americans to get off the corporate plantation, build financial literacy and talk about money in a fun, compelling and thoughtful way. Delivering information unlike any other scholar in America, Dr. Watkins will leave you inspired, educated, fulfilled and empowered. Join the revolution.
 
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ODWIRA
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ODWIRA [oh-jee’-rah] is a term from ancient Khanit and Kamit (Nubia and Egypt) meaning ‘purification’. This term is found in Akan culture with the same meaning, as the Akan are directly descendent of the ancient Khanitu (Nubians). ODWIRA, purification, operationalizes Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion. NANASOM, Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion, in its varied expressions (Akan, Yoruba, Ewe, Lozi, Hoodoo, Juju, Voodoo, etc.) animates Afurakani/Afuraitka ...
 
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Education for Social Justice Podcast
 
We researched social movements from around the world that are engaged in collective struggles to transform unequal and exclusionary educational practices. These are the untold and silenced stories about ‘people power’. You will hear the stories of youth who have become student activists on college campus, parents who have become community organizers, schools that are engaged in the daily struggled to become safe spaces for their gay and lesbian students, the transnational movement for disabi ...
 
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Help My Hair Business with Dr. Kari Williams and Dr. Dominique Reese
 
Lets get you hair business together! Dr. Kari Williams and Dr. Dominique Reese talk about the business of hair to help you succeed. NOTE: This podcast is also designed to accompany the Trichology Master Program offered by Dr. Kari Williams. Dr. Kari Williams: Dr. Kari is a Licensed barber, professional hair designer & stylist, natural hair care specialist, educator, hair care products consultant, Board Certified Trichologist through the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, and the ...
 
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Listen to The African History Network Show with Michael Imhotep from Tuesday, Nov. 14th, 2017 as Michael Imhotep shared the presentation he did in Detorit on Sat. Nov. 11th called "African American Resistance In The Era of Donald Trump: Voter Suppression, Reparations and How Eelctions Have Consequences". The full presentation is available on DV ...…
 
Welcome to the radio magazine that brings you news, commentary and analysis from a Black Left perspective. I’m Glen Ford, along with my co-host Nellie Bailey. Coming up: Ten years after a murder conviction was thrown out because of racist prosecution practices, the Philadelphia District attorney is pressing for the death penalty against Sugar B ...…
 
This week on State of the Arts NYC edition, our theme is about discovery and we have three accomplished women joining our lineup to help us explore life in the City. We have Katie Jones, Founder & Creator of THE REVOLUTION SERIES at National Sawdust in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.Founded in March 2016, THE REVOLUTION is an emerging performance serie ...…
 
Professor Timothy David Noakes (@ProfTimNoakes) is a South African scientist and an emeritus professor in the Division of Exercise Science and Sports Medicine at the University of Cape Town. He has run more than 70 marathons and ultramarathons and is the author of several books on exercise and diet. He is known for his support of a low-carbohyd ...…
 
Brought to you by: HAPI Film Screening (SACRAMENTO). Meet Dr Leonard Jeffries, Professor James Small and Dr. Wade Nobles LIVE, In-Person at the Historical Guild Theater! ----------------------- Dr. Leonard Jeffries is a political scientist, historian, educator, and Pan-Africanist. He is a founding director and a former Vice-President and Presid ...…
 
The Impact of the Russian Revolution on the Black Left in the United States Paul Heideman Socialism 2017 U.S. Politics Black radicals across the U.S. followed events in 1917 Russia with rapturous attentiveness, convinced that the victory of Lenin's Bolsheviks in the October Revolution held vital lessons for their own struggle for liberation. Af ...…
 
Professor Blight begins his lecture with a description of the sea change in Civil War scholarship heralded by the Social History revolution of the 1960s and 1970s. Along with a focus on the experience of the common solider, women, and African Americans, a central component of this shift in scholarly emphasis was an increased interest in the eff ...…
 
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The Get InPowered Podcast: Fostering Community through Shared Stories
 
"[The mobile revolution] created wealth, it connected people, it brought people on the the grid. It also, to a very large extent, created inclusion. Now, people could talk." Eric Osiakwan is an entrepreneur and investor with 15 years of ICT industry leadership across Africa and the world. Today, he joins The Get InPowered Podcast to discuss his ...…
 
Saturday, October 28th, 2017 (Professor James Small and Dr. Wade Nobles) Saturday, October 28th, in Sacramento-Join African Americans for Balanced Health at the Dr. Ephraim Williams Family Life Center, 4036 14th Avenue, Sacramento, CA. The Lecture Topic is Accelerating our African Spiritual Growth, with internationally renowned brilliant lectur ...…
 
Highlights We say farewell to Former Commissioner James Nutter: Dan Dayton |@ 00:30Poland in WW1 - Part 1: The Oath Crisis |@ 01:45Poland in WW1 - Part 2: What you probably did not know: Jan Lorys |@ 03:45The US government federalizes the shipbuilding industry |@ 10:45Women take up the fight in Europe: Mike Shuster |@ 19:15Americans who fought ...…
 
We conclude our digitally re-mastered two part series from Brother Del Jones entitled Understanding Our Rich Cultural Heritage & Strengthening It For The Revolution, that took place circa late 1996 or early1997 at the cultural institution known as African Echoes in New Jersey. In conclusion, Brother Del Jones discusses: A critique of the Organi ...…
 
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Sandi Klein's Conversations with Creative Women
 
Meklit Hadero was just 2 when she, her two older sisters and parents fled to the U.S. from Ethiopia to escape the violence that followed the country's 1974 revolution. They settled in Iowa before moving to Brooklyn, New York where Meklit sang in choirs and was introduced to the music of Billie Holiday. She continued singing while attending Yale ...…
 
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80 Days: An Exploration Podcast
 
S02E07 The Gambia Audio In this episode of 80 Days: an exploration podcast, we’ll be talking about the Gambia, the smallest country on the African mainland. Cutting a small sliver out of the Western coastline of Senegal, the Gambia is one of just a handful of nations on earth to share a border with just one country. The entirety of the country ...…
 
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The Timmy Richardson aka TOT Podcast
 
Hey. Are you having a bbq or cookout and have no DJ? Well here is almost 10 hours of continuous music. 100 songs with a little something for everyone. Enjoy. Jackie Mittoo and the Soul Vendors - One Step Beyond Weekend Players - Subway Gregory Porter - Don't Lose Your Steam Teddy Pendergrass - Come Go With Me Marcel Vogel - Moonchild Amp Fiddle ...…
 
A powerful and haunting rendition of “Washington’s March” performed by the late West Virginia fiddler Edden Hammons features on the Fourth of July segment in this Across the Blue Ridge episode. Paul Brown This Fourth of July week show explores the confluence of American and British sounds of the American Revolution in the contemporary U.S. We h ...…
 
Del Jones aka Nana Kuntu was one of the fiercest and vigilant Africans who walked the earth. In a sea of anti-African madness, Brother Del Jones did the libratory analysis necessary to heal a brutally scarred people, while at the same time he worked to reunify Africa’s physically and mentally dispersed people via nationbuilding. Brother Del Jon ...…
 
Del Jones aka Nana Kuntu was one of the fiercest and vigilant Africans who walked the earth. In a sea of anti-African madness, Brother Del Jones did the libratory analysis necessary to heal a brutally scarred people, while at the same time he worked to reunify Africa’s physically and mentally dispersed people via nationbuilding. Brother Del Jon ...…
 
In September 2011, Evita "Evie" Robinson created the Nomadness Travel Tribe, "an online social community for travelers all around the planet, who have the similarity of an urban background and were looking for likeminded travelers to connect with around the world." What she did was kick off a new travel revolution, spurring thousands of travele ...…
 
Robin Klein is one of the true pioneers of Europe’s venture scene: as cofounder of The Accelerator Group (TAG) in 1995, and an early stage investor in the likes of Transferwise, lastminute.com, last.fm, Love Film and Agent Provocateur, he has catalysed the success for some of London’s most impactful private businesses over the past two decades. ...…
 
Robin Klein is one of the true pioneers of Europe’s venture scene: as cofounder of The Accelerator Group (TAG) in 1995, and an early stage investor in the likes of Transferwise, lastminute.com, last.fm, Love Film and Agent Provocateur, he has catalysed the success for some of London’s most impactful private businesses over the past two decades. ...…
 
This week on JM & Tom Roast Everything – Tom walks us through the devolution of the American hunter, and the NRA, while Jeff walks us from important women of the American Revolution, the first African American graduate of West Point, to the economic equality of the Vietnam War. 0011 J.M. and Tom Roast Everything Stitcher and Google Play, too! J ...…
 
From the American Revolution to the present day, African Americans have stepped forward in their nation’s defense. Fighting for Uncle Sam: Buffalo Solders in the Frontier Army (Schiffer, 2016) breathes new vitality into a stirring subject, emphasizing the…
 
From the American Revolution to the present day, African Americans have stepped forward in their nation’s defense. Fighting for Uncle Sam: Buffalo Solders in the Frontier Army (Schiffer, 2016) breathes new vitality into a stirring subject, emphasizing the…
 
From the American Revolution to the present day, African Americans have stepped forward in their nation’s defense. Fighting for Uncle Sam: Buffalo Solders in the Frontier Army (Schiffer, 2016) breathes new vitality into a stirring subject, emphasizing the…
 
From the American Revolution to the present day, African Americans have stepped forward in their nation’s defense. Fighting for Uncle Sam: Buffalo Solders in the Frontier Army (Schiffer, 2016) breathes new vitality into a stirring subject, emphasizing the…
 
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