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Call and Response: Dequi Kioni-Sadiki Odinga

Name: Dequi Kioni-Sadiki Odinga
Hometown: The People’s Republic of Brooklyn, New York
Age You First Fell in Love: I don’t how old I was because I loved my grandmother. 3,611 more words

Love

Back in the Day: The Arrest of Sekou Odinga

https://blackloveproject.files.wordpress.com/2014/10/1-04-the-revolution-will-not-be-televised.mp3

On October 23, 1981 Sekou Mgbozi Abdullah Odinga was arrested for the attempted murder of a police officer. He was later charged and convicted for the liberation of Assata Shakur and attempted murder of a police officer, given forty (40) and twenty five (25) years to life, respectively. 485 more words

Black History

October is Black History Month 2014 #BHMUK #HCAW2014

October is Black History Month UK #BHMUK & National Hate Crime Awareness Week 11-18th October #HCAW2014 thanks Sojourner!

Key links for Black History Month… 108 more words

Black History in American Churches: Yes or No?

By: Rev Ed Schneider

I was in conversation the other day with one of my colleagues concerning her frustration involving an individual in her local church who had just given her an “ear full” concerning celebrating of Black History Month within the local church setting. 1,548 more words

Pastoral Training

Little Known Black History Fact: Levi Watkins, Sr.

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https://ioneblackamericaweb.files.wordpress.com/2014/10/102314lkbhf.mp3

Dr. Levi Watkins Sr., the sixth president of Alabama State University, was not a native of Montgomery, Ala., but his contributions to the city and state are noteworthy. 299 more words

Newsletter

LaTanya Davis reblogged this on Memoir Notes.

be as dark as the night

your ancestors crawled from

teeth shining like stars

be black as the mines

your brothers mine for diamonds

fade when you see the guns

coming

Short Poems