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Our voice is raised in such a time as this….. Everywhere we look, the people are saying We want justice. We want equality. Yes, The Struggle continues. Historically, the Black Church is an essential element in our Movement. Yet these days we hear the term “Evangelicals” in the lexicon of today’s social dialogue. For those […]

Sauti Sol is one of the biggest music acts on the continent of Africa. Hailing from Nairobi Kenya, they have sold millions of albums and sold out thousands of arenas across the globe. They have just released thier latest LP called “Midnight Train:, and featured a live quarantined concert, livestreamed to the world on August […]

Yes!! We’re talking construction!!! These sistas arent involved in taking care of your home repairs, nope, they are building roads bridges, major complexes, disposing hazmat materials.. indeed decision makers and influencers on some of the largest construction projects in the region. Black Women in construction…… we’re talking with Robin Thorne and Giovanna Brasfield about the […]

And so as we march, as we call out racism in ways never seen before, we see branding, sloganisms, gestures of reconciliation (or not)….. We sit with renown intellectual and scholar Dr. Anthony Samad to analyze and onserve what is really going on in today’s movement. Tuesday, July 7….. Dr. Anthony Samad is a scholar, […]

We are so honored, excited and humbled that Her Excellency Ambassador Arikana Chihombori-Quao is coming to Coffee Conversations with Greg J., We are going to sip coffee and discuss Pan African thought from the topic “Africa is calling her Children Home”. In her role as Permanent Representative to the African Union Mission in Washington, DC, […]

As we continue to build a bridge of music arts and culture with Africa and African America, we turn our focus to the Republic of Senegal, a nation from which most of the slave trade emanated to the USA, In todays fast paced world, what kind of business opportunities are there. What about tourism? Can […]

Present day consciousness finds us on a path of cultural resurrection. Institutions of African American Arts and Culture are undoubtedly of essential value to communities across the nation. We will discuss the importance of maintaining institutions, the challenges and successes of these institutions, what is the place of these institutions in telling our story. Of […]

Streaming live on Youtube This is so exciting. The entertainment industries are finally publically recognizing the power of contemporary African Music. Something that the author of this piece has recognized since going to Africa on an annual journey to the Capetown Jazz Festival. We have long know that the potency o contemporary music originating on […]

Our team from the next generation of pop culture analysts get together this Sunday to discuss the merits of new school music vs. old school…. Listen, watch and share as Queen Ex, Amber Cade, DJ Deuxz and DJ Trey Money debate the best (and worst) of music from then and now.

Jill Scott, left, and Erykah Badu brought in over 700,000 viewers during their three-hour live stream Saturday, May 9, 2020. (CNN) – Erykah Badu and Jill Scott came together for three hours of magic Saturday in the first Verzuz live stream battle between two women.But the stream was more union between two friends playing great music than […]


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