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When God Left the Room
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When God Left the Room

Posted May 31st, 2013 by in AFRiCKA, Articles, Blog, Spirituality

As a young Yoruba adult—in a world in which Parents were without a roadmap for teaching culture to American-raised children—I struggled with the slippery slope of finding my roots. For me, that meant curiosity about Ifa and other African traditional religions. I didn’t give my parents much credit back then, thinking them clueless and all, […]

DELIVER US.
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DELIVER US.

Posted July 16th, 2012 by in AFRiCKA, Blog, Musik, Poetry

One of the most powerful tracks I have ever loved. Fell in love with Talib for taking it to my hometown. I’m mad though that this vid has only 400K views. Whereas the trash on Youtube gets 5 mil+ I love it especially because I don’t believe musik of enlightenment should have to adhere to […]

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Yaa Asantewaa is…

Posted December 9th, 2010 by in AFRiCKA, Blog, Poetry, Race

Is overwhelmed by the joy of my people Following this victory And knows it will be even better than this When the last battle is won Is holding her breath Hoping not to be devastated at the disappointment of her people by this blessing But to exhale the exhale of victory with her people In […]