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Why Are We Still Disorganized? Dr. Barryl Biekman Speaks at the Launch of the International Decade for People of African Descent Moringa SRDC Practicing MA Health and Wellness
 
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Why Are We Still Disorganized?

This piece originally appeared on the KUUMBAReport Online Web Site (http://kuumbareport.com) and was initially written as an email to two Elders who have often bemoaned the lack of unity that we as African people have demonstrated over these many generations since the Ma’afa (a Twi word meaning “great disaster”, used by Pan-Afrikan historians and activists to describe […]

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Dr. Barryl Biekman Speaks at the Launch of the International Decade for People of African Descent

On Wednesday, December 10, 2014, the United Nations held a special event at UN Headquarters in New York City to officially launch the International Decade for People of African Descent.  The ten-year observance, from January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2024, has been billed by the UN as an opportunity to concentrate on issues of […]

Moringa

Moringa

AFRICAN MORINGA:  Moringa is the earth’s greatest source of nutrition, with more vitamins, minerals and phyto-nutrients than any other gift from nature and has great use medicinally as both preventative and treatment. “There is a Savior, a Savior that brings hope for a new life for people of Africa and the African Diaspora.  From Johannesburg to Nairobi […]

SRDC Practicing MA’AT

SRDC Practicing MA’AT

SRDC Practicing MA’AT in Organizing the African Diaspora By David L. Horne, Ph.D. Ma’at has been defined several ways, including, among other perceptions, as the unifying principle of ancient Kemetian religion and spirituality, symbol of truth and order, the antithesis of chaos and anarchy, the foundation of ethical civilization, and the personification of logos, universal […]

Health and Wellness

Health and Wellness

Medicinal Africa!   African healing herbs are age-old materia medica that have long been used to cure disease, promote health, attract wealth and communicate with the spirits.  Africa is endowed with many plants that can be used for medicinal purposes to which they have taken full advantage.  In fact, out of the approximated 6400 plant […]

African Nova Scotians in the Canadian Mosaic

African Nova Scotians in the Canadian Mosaic

African Nova Scotians in the Canadian Mosaic By Denise Allen African Nova Scotian Activist,  SRDC Nova Scotia(Canada) Facilitator The primary purpose of this article is to inform the readers irrespective of their race, ethnicity, religion, geographical location, socio-economic class background and/or political ideology that African Nova Scotians have been in this Canadian province for centuries, […]

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PerAnkh Radio w/Dr. ChinziRA & Dr. Horne

International Organizer Dr. David Horne is interviewed by Dr. ChinziRA of PerAnkh, St. Croix, St. Thomas on PerAnkhLIVE.  June 19, 2011 The following text is courtesy of PerAnkh. PerAnkhLIVE! SaAnkhtified Sundays highlights our ancient mission in contemporary times of “REHK DJESEK TEPI NEFER” a MdwNtr term meaning “Know Yourself for the Greatest/Highest Good.” Our invited […]

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SRDC Chapter in Jamaica

SRDC Chapter in Jamaica

SRDC Chapter formed in Jamaica, WI FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Six Region Diaspora Caucus Ocho Rios, St Mary, Jamaica Mr. Burchell James, Facilitator srdcjamaica@gmail.com The SRDC now has a chapter in Jamaica WI As a part of the initial organizing team for the Jamaica SRDC Diaspora and International Trade Conference, and on behalf of the newly […]

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All African/African Liberation Day in Seattle

All African/African Liberation Day in Seattle

ALL AFRICAN/AFRICAN LIBERATION DAY IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST SRDC Washington State in collaboration with the Pacific Northwest Diaspora Community, celebrated African Liberation Day on Saturday, May 28, 2011. All African/African Liberation Day Celebration Report by Kamau Ron Taplin Representative, Washington State Chapter June, 2011 In Seattle, Washington, on a picturesque Saturday morning (May 28th), people […]

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The Politics of May–Redux

The Politics of May–Redux

The Politics of May–Redux by David L. Horne, Ph.D Interestingly, a controversy and confusion stills reigns within the Black community (and within other progressive circles) over the annual celebration of African Liberation Day and its connection to more than the anti-apartheid struggle and other forms of militant protest. I wrote an article during May, 2010, […]

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Abdias do Nascimento: 1914-2011

Abdias do Nascimento: 1914-2011

ABDIAS do NASCIMENTO: 1914-2011 Abdias do Nascimento, a Brazilian writer, painter, politician and scholar who was an outspoken civil rights leader on behalf of black Brazilians, has died in Rio de Janeiro. He was 97. Sources differ on the date of death, saying it was either May 23 or 24. The cause was complications of […]

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Libya: One Race Man’s Perspective

Libya: One Race Man’s Perspective

Libya: One Race Man’s Perspective The Politics of Saying Yes When You Should Say No Mar 24, 2011 David L. Horne, Ph.D.  |   Our World Contributing Columnist Practical Politics I was, am and will continue to be a great supporter of President Barack Obama. That support comes from his stature as the first African American […]

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Town Hall UPDATES

Town Hall UPDATES

Town Hall Meeting Updates… Town Hall Meeting UPDATED LIST Updated as of March 30, 2011 – Year 2010 marked the beginning of the ‘Decade of the African Diaspora.’ The Sixth Region Diaspora Caucus (SRDC) has committed itself for Year 2011 to accelerating its grassroots organizing efforts. The methodology of hosting town halls and caucus-elections  has […]

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World Festival of Black Arts & Cultures

World Festival of Black Arts & Cultures

WORLD FESTIVAL OF BLACK ARTS & CULTURE DAKAR, SENEGAL December 10 – 31, 2010 Report by Dr. Ruth Love, Professor, University of California at Berkeley International Facilitator, SRDC “It is the destiny of Africa, after four centuries of incomprehensible conflict and turmoil to now become a continent united by the best of human achievement, cultural […]

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Decade of the African Diaspora

Decade of the African Diaspora

THE DECADE OF THE AFRICAN DIASPORA: JANUARY 1, 2010—DECEMBER 31, 2020 By David L. Horne, Ph.D This is either year two or year number one of the Decade of the African Diaspora (DOAD), depending on how you are counting. For yours truly, and the Sixth Region Diaspora Caucus (SRDC) organization, who jointly declared it, it […]

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