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  • Discussion tonight: The central role of s.t.e.m. In afrikan liberation

    Afurakans: this is a question that was asked by my daughter's Environmental Engineer Teacher, Brother Yaw Agbede: "When we think of our elders and ancestors, such as Nana John Henrik Clark, Francis Cress Welsing, ....and countless others, we observe that most of these names that we recognize are associated with academia in some way (i.e. Dr.______), and many of them were historians, psychologists, lecturers and the like... Why do you think that there are very few engineers or builders who we recognize as being connected to our struggle?..." To thoroughly address this issue, I would like to invite all of you to join Brother Amenseph and myself as we innerview Brother Yaw Agbede of Nkala Education TONIGHT 8pm EST to receive his thought-provoking information!
    3 WAYS TO CONNECT TO THE BROADCAST:
    1. http://www.spreaker.com/show/the_hc_live_direct
    2. http://www.harambeeconnection.net/#!...a-network/c36h
    3. CALL IN LIVE at 605-562-3140 –Access Code: 448307
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    Sorry I missed it

    I haven't been on Afraka.com for awhile due to my work and school schedule. I am glad you are addressing this issue. I have posted a series of videos on Civil Engineering. If people are to resettle land in Alkebulan, then we need to know how to build infrastructure. That is what the videos are for.

    Michael

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    • #3
      I'm sorry I missed this. Is there an archive of the interview?

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      • #4
        Aane, you can watch it here:

        http://nkalaenvironmental.com/videos.html

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        • #5
          ei! Akhu, mekyea wo me nua!

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          • #6
            "We build with our hands not with our mouths."

            Baba Balogun


            Great interview! Very inspiring and informative. Gave much food for thought. I'm not more aware of and questioning several assumptions that I really haven't paid attention to until now. Thank you!

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