Folk music is defined as music “relating to the traditional art or culture of a community or nation,” and the critically acclaimed dynamic group You & Me aptly titled debut album Folk Songs, is the epitome of this definition…
We conclude our two part series with our brother Cyclonious The Natural Disaster entitled Cyclonious: Practice Without Thought is Blind; Thought Without Practice is Empty. In this episode we discuss the negative effects of neolibralism on the ability to mount effective organization for development and much more.
We present part one of a two part series with Cyclonious The Natural Disaster to discuss the principal of conscientization…
We conclude our digitally re-mastered two part series from Brother Del Jones entitled Understanding Our Rich Cultural Heritage & Strengthening It For The Revolution….
Del Jones aka Nana Kuntu was one of the fiercest and vigilant Africans that walked the earth. In a sea of anti-African madness, Brother Del Jones did the libratory analysis that needed to be done to heal a brutally scarred people, while at the same time he worked to reunify Africa’s physically and mentally dispersed people via nationbuilding. Brother Del Jones…
We conclude our two part series, Moments of Truth With Watusi87 of RU1 Fam. In this episode we discuss the definition of freedom from an African- centered perspective, how European sexual exploitation of African people during slavery/colonialism still resonates with us today, and how through this continued sexual exploitation sex is used as a counter revolutionary weapon against Africans worldwide via the music industry.
In part one of this two part series entitled Moments of Truth With Watusi87 of RU1 Fam, we learn more about Watusi87 as an artist, his musical influences, his insights on various aspects of the African world, and much more.
We conclude our digitally re-mastered two part series featuring our beloved brother Dr. Bobby E. Wright, at the Black Psychology and Mental Health Conference, at Atlanta Junior college on April 10, 1980.
April 6, 2017, marks the 35th anniversary of Dr. Bobby E. Wright’s passing. Dr. Wright was one of the greatest warrior’s for the restoration of African sovereignty. In part one of this two part series, we are proud to present a digitally re-mastered dialogue with our beloved brother from the Black Psychology and Mental Health Conference, at Atlanta Junior college on April 10, 1980.
On this episode of the Conscientization 101 podcast, we talked with one half of the dynamic and innovative team at the Liverpool based Ital Fresh, Iras DanJahDan (also of the RU1 Fam hip-hop collective).