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The One Angry Black Man, A Few thoughts on The Birth of A Nation

I saw The Birth of A Nation Nate Park 2016 yesterday in Greenville, SC. There were about six people in the theater; four of them were with me. I was told that there was no promotion for the movie in the Greenville, SC. The movie reinforces some of the knowledge I believe to be very […]

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Truth 2 Power Women’s Conference

The Truth 2 Power radio show hosted a women’s conference Friday, April 1 and Saturday, April 2 at the Prince Hall Masonic Temple on the historic U street corridor of Washington, DC to continue the mission of the radio show which is to heal, educate, and to uplift the African community. The theme for the […]

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Albert Woodfox

I present to some and introduce to others, Mr. Albert Woodfox the recipient of the National Lawyers Guild 2016 Arthur Kinoy Award. Albert is an incredible human being and my hero. Before walking out of jail a free man last February, Albert would spend 43 years and ten months without pause in a six by […]

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Welcome Home Celebration for Sekou Odinga

On a rainy Saturday, Morning in February 2015 I traveled to Harlem New York with fellow members of the DC Chapter of the National Black United Front to welcome home Sekou Odinga. Mr. Odinga was release from prison after serving 33 years on November 25, 2014. The Official Welcome Home Celebration for Sekou Odinga, Titled, […]

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Lesson From A Beaver

Walking is my exercise of choice these days, I am not one that really enjoyed the gym I prefer to be outside getting some rays from Ra and being among nature. I can no longer play my favorite sport of tennis because of Arthritis, commonly known as Arthur. Tennis was my game, not that I […]

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Yoga in the Parks

On a daily basis many people are dealing with stress.   In the Washington Metropolitan area the city is constantly changing as the city is being gentrified. The Presidential campaign has created an atmosphere of fear and the nations racial divide is further highlighted. The nation is still involved in two wars, provide financial resources to […]

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Nazaahah A. Amin

Nazaahah Amin is a yoga and wellness teacher with over 15 years of experience. She’s taught hundreds of students at many black women owned wellness spaces in the Baltimore/DC area. Off the mat, she’s connected with her tribe through teaching and speaking at national conferences, spiritual retreats and women’s wellness events throughout Maryland, Washington, DC, New York, Pennsylvania […]

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Megna Paula

Megna has been a dancer and yogi all her life. She learned to sit in lotus before she could walk and spent most of her school years either practicing, performing, or teaching Bharatnatyam, an Indian classical dance discipline. Megna found her passion for fitness as an undergraduate at Duke University, where she studied Cognitive Neuroscience […]

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Remembering our Political Prisoners

 Remembering our Political Prisoners Black August Fundraiser for Panther Political Prisoners & Impact Repertory Theater @ The Martin Luther King Labor Center August 20th 2016 4-9pm 310 W 43rd Street New York

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All Roads Lead to Oakland

October 20th – 23rd 2016 the National Alumni Association of the Black Panther Party (NAABPP) will host The Convening For Freedom in Oakland, CA.  The historic weekend will be the first ever gathering of its kind to bring together former members of the Black Panther Party with current activists on this scale. The convening will […]

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