Complementarity

The couple is the bedrock of the nation. Without it there is no family, no people. Without couples there can be no family to procreate and rear confident, untroubled, anchored children. No viable, community-respecting generation can be born to continue the process of life, living, building and defending. Afrikan couples must be whole, individually and…

We is Necessary

“In traditional life, the individual did not and could not exist alone.” John S. Mbiti African Religions and Philosophy   (Note:  The title of this post may appear grammatically incorrect. This is intentional.)

A Day of Mourning

“While Christopher Columbus still prevails as a major hero to the Western world, sometime in the not too distant future, if African and Indian scholars who are descendants of those who were murdered, start writing books about the opening-up of the New World, and start using new and old documents, especially the work of Bartolomeo…

Do Not Be Deceived

“A nationalism not talking about self-government, not talking about nationbuilding, not constructing a national network, not constructing a national economic, social, and political system, is a false nationalism….Therefore we’ve had a leadership that while it has inspired us with this knowledge of history and knowledge of the past, inspired us with its daring to curse…

Nationbuilding

Nationbuilding– the conscious and focused application of our people’s collective resources, energies, and knowledge to the task of liberating and developing the psychic and physical space that we identify as ours.Nationbuilding involves the development of behaviors, values, languages, institutions, and physical structures that elucidate our history and culture, concretize and protect the present and insure…

The Educator

  “…an educator is a learning, growing person who has a responsibility to continuing her own growth, those she is entrusted to teach and the development of her society. All this is placed within the context of her mission to transmit the skills that can support the continuation of her culture.” -Nah Dove “Understanding Education…