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This show will look at some of the secrets of Gangs in Chicago. There are masonic symbolism in gangs and the elite play a part in the deveolpment of these gangs. Who is the El Rukn and others.โดย Indigenous Peoples Network
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Keng El Bey joins me on this last episode of the season! We will look at the real reason for the Civil War and the repucussions of this war. Was slavery the reason or the cover up? The real understanding behind slavery and property.โดย Indigenous Peoples Network
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Many African historians look at slavery as white people stole us by themselves and sold us throuhout the but this may not be the case. How did the caucausion who wasn't fmiliar with the land able to take millions of people around the globe for purchase. Didn't Africans fight back? We will look at different scenerios using logic and history to guide…
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Chief Bandele El Amin and KB will discuss the timeline of Greece and Rome in contrast to Kemet. How do they connect. What is the ethnicity of these people? Let's dive into the ancient world.โดย Indigenous Peoples Network
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Chief Noble Bandele will discuss the matters dealing with the death of Ahmaud Arbery and how this relates to a bigger problem of security and right to life. Historically melanated people do not find much security from the local, state or Federal Governments. Where are the Thugs with the guns and the gangs??? Donate Cashapp $Indigenouspeoplesinc…
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Chief Bandele El Amin will continue, from episode 11, the discussion about digital Citizenship and how it can be used in the near future. We will also talk about the plans for digital citizenship in the US and look at recent news on cryptocurency. The Digital age is here!โดย Indigenous Peoples Network
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Tonight the Chief will look at digital citizenship called E residency and how Melanated people can use this to create digital juridictions and the future of citizenship on a global scale. Also we will look at the relationship between Covid 19 and the new digital world.โดย Indigenous Peoples Network
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The New Kemit crew will look into recent incidents in the news dealing with Sovereign citizens tactics my Moors. We will look into what happened and what you should do when creating a suit, lein, traffic stop etc.โดย Indigenous Peoples Network
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Check out today's show with special guest Stephanie Coney CEO of London Consultinf Firm discuss the ins and outs of life insurance and the many ways it can be used. We will look at the importance and impact lack of insurance plays in the melanated community.โดย Indigenous Peoples Network
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Today Bandele El Amin w/ guest Miriam Cerise an Adept in the sciences of oracles. Together we will look at the power or oracles, purpose and differerent types used by indigenous melanated people. We will also look at how this right is protected through your rites of passage. Indigenous rights must be safeguarded. For more information contact Bandel…
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Bandele El Amin will discuss Kwanzaa, its purpose in this paradidm and how use it to uplift melanated society. Ngzo Saba is a powerful tool created by Maulana Karenga to bring culture to a people lost in another society.โดย Indigenous Peoples Network
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The episode looks at the life and legacy of Prophet Noble Drew Ali. Ali is very much known among the "Black" Islamic community but is not mentioned much among other melanated societies. Noble Drew Ali was known as a Nationalist and for runner of Pan Africanism and Black Nationalism. We will look at Ali's works, origins and the legacy today with Moo…
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This is a continuation of last weeks blog dealing with incorporating African/Moorish Rites of passage into your daily life to protect your rights. We will also deal with the inner working of child support and what child support won't tell you.โดย Indigenous Peoples Network
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Climate Change and Violence? Cautionary Tales from the Pre-Columbian AndesThe seminar will take place on January 25, 2008, 4 to 5 PM, in 201 Old Chem Building, West Campus, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.Dr. Arkush received her PhD at UCLA in 2005. Her research centers on the interplay of warfare, political power, social identity, and ritu…
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Climate Change and Violence? Cautionary Tales from the Pre-Columbian AndesThe seminar will take place on January 25, 2008, 4 to 5 PM, in 201 Old Chem Building, West Campus, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.Dr. Arkush received her PhD at UCLA in 2005. Her research centers on the interplay of warfare, political power, social identity, and ritu…
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Noche de Candela - September 15, 2006"Noches de Candela" poetic vigils are a series of literary events aimed at invoking the Oshun-Chango spirit to produce a major "Rumba in San Juan de Ulua" fortress in Veracruz, Mexico summer 2007 where humanists are to meet to pay homage to the African ancestors through their song and witnessing. San Juan de Ulu…
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Noche de Candela - September 15, 2006"Noches de Candela" poetic vigils are a series of literary events aimed at invoking the Oshun-Chango spirit to produce a major "Rumba in San Juan de Ulua" fortress in Veracruz, Mexico summer 2007 where humanists are to meet to pay homage to the African ancestors through their song and witnessing. San Juan de Ulu…
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Noche de Candela - September 15, 2006"Noches de Candela" poetic vigils are a series of literary events aimed at invoking the Oshun-Chango spirit to produce a major "Rumba in San Juan de Ulua" fortress in Veracruz, Mexico summer 2007 where humanists are to meet to pay homage to the African ancestors through their song and witnessing. San Juan de Ulu…
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J. Lorand Matory Professor of Anthropology and of African and African American Studies Harvard University Cambridge, MAThursday, September 28, 2006 5:30 p.m. Breedlove Room, Perkins Library, Duke UniversityTitle: An African Empire in the Americas: Transnational Yoruba Religion and the Twilight of Andersonian Teleology…
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J. Lorand Matory Professor of Anthropology and of African and African American Studies Harvard University Cambridge, MAThursday, September 28, 2006 5:30 p.m. Breedlove Room, Perkins Library, Duke UniversityTitle: An African Empire in the Americas: Transnational Yoruba Religion and the Twilight of Andersonian Teleology…
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J. Lorand Matory Professor of Anthropology and of African and African American Studies Harvard University Cambridge, MAThursday, September 28, 2006 5:30 p.m. Breedlove Room, Perkins Library, Duke UniversityTitle: An African Empire in the Americas: Transnational Yoruba Religion and the Twilight of Andersonian Teleology…
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Don Mariano Leyva Dominquez (QEPD),Los Mascarones y Teatro ChicanoLos Mascarones became the most well known and respected theatre group in Mexico, largely because of the political content of its work, but also because it played a major role in developing linkages with like-minded groups in the United States and across Latin America. It was founded …
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Jean A. Stuntz received her PhD in History from the University of North Texas. In 2001 she joined the faculty of West Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University where she teaches Spanish Borderlands, Texas, US Women's, and Mexican American history. Her first book, Hers, His, and Theirs: Community Property Law in Spain and Early Texas (Lubbock: Te…
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This podcast provides an historical overview of musical ritual in Mexico City, starting with Mesoamerican music in relation to ceremonies of state, ending with the quintessential Mexican music: mariachi.Mark Pedelty completed research in Mexico City concerning music in ritual contexts. Musical Ritual in Mexico City: From the Aztec to NAFTA, was pub…
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This podcast provides an historical overview of musical ritual in Mexico City, starting with Mesoamerican music in relation to ceremonies of state, ending with the quintessential Mexican music: mariachi.Mark Pedelty completed research in Mexico City concerning music in ritual contexts. Musical Ritual in Mexico City: From the Aztec to NAFTA, was pub…
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Dr. Fabian Garcia devoted his life to horticultural science. His work as a horticulturist changed the face of New Mexico agriculture, and that of a nation. Garcia was a member of New Mexico State University's first graduating class in 1894. When he became the director of New Mexico State University's Agricultural Experiment Station and Extension Se…
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