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Through African American restoration  we can heal past trauma

Through African American restoration we can heal past trauma

Dec. 2 | Africans are living with a memory that is laced with a brutally profound pain emerging from the time of our ancestors’ enslavement. Black people have been traumatized deeply as a people. The first traumatic experience is from being torn from our...

Restoring the ‘Beloved Community’

Restoring the ‘Beloved Community’

Jul. 31 | Understanding how the African soul endured   Now that the African is in America, the experience of enslavement has resulted in broken families, homes, communities and culture. Losing community leaves the person carrying the intolerable burden of...

Restoring the ‘Beloved Community’

Restoring the ‘Beloved Community’

Jul. 24 | How the enslaved African was stripped of his humanity   I want to take a moment to remember with our readers how and when the African was forcefully brought to the Americas; it happened during the 1400s. This time in our existence on earth...

Restoring the ‘Beloved Community

Restoring the ‘Beloved Community

Jul. 17 | The power and wisdom of the African soul   First of a three-part column   How long ago the African came to earth is a different question than how long ago the African came to the shores of the Americas. The first question takes us to the following...

What has been erased from the African identity?

What has been erased from the African identity?

Apr. 17 |     “Erasure of identity is the stripping from a people, conscious awareness of their sense of cultural continuity.  Life beyond this time has taken us through a most excruciatingly brutal and painful catharsis of suffering that occupies...

Why Egypt?

Why Egypt?

Mar. 20 | “For us the return to Egypt in every domain is the necessary condition to reconcile African civilization with history, to build a body of modern human sciences and to be able to renew African culture…Egypt will play the same role in the rethinking...

Ancient African knowledge holds key to trusting ourselves and others

Ancient African knowledge holds key to trusting ourselves and others

Feb. 27 |     The Black man/woman is the temple that absorbs the planetary influences of the cosmos. The Black man/woman is not a helpless creature in this drama of life, nor is he/she held helpless by circumstances around him or her. The planets...

America’s Black First Family symbolizes rise of African culture

America’s Black First Family symbolizes rise of African culture

Nov. 21 | Hotep (Be at peace, be at rest, be free) In this the second in a three-part series, I want to share another core idea: “SIA” an ancient African teaching that I have had the great honor of having verified in travels to the elders in Africa and...