On Friday, April 30, 2021, 11:22:10 AM EDT, Asinia Lukata Chikuyu <email@example.com> wrote:
Ignorance is a lack of knowledge and information. The word “ignorant” is an adjective that describes a person in the state of being unaware, or even cognitive dissonance and other cognitive relation, and can describe individuals who are unaware of important information or facts. Ignorance can appear in three different types: factual ignorance (absence of knowledge of some fact), object ignorance (unacquaintance with some object), and technical ignorance (absence of knowledge of how to do something). New Afrikans must fight against the ignorance of Africa that is our heritage. New Afrikans cannot afford to continue to be ignorance of Self. Let’s start a dialogue about African Heritage, Culture and I dentity. Baba Asinia Lukata C hikuyu is willing and available to lead and/or follow this discussion.
New Afrikan Culture – The distinct identity of New Afrikan culture in america is rooted in both the horrific and amazing historical experiences of the New Afrikans, including the Middle Passage and its vestiges and our powerful resiliency against white domination and barbarism. New Afrikan culture is both distinct in its colorful and rhythmic uniqueness and enormously influential on american and global world culture as a whole. New Afrikan Culture is a mixture of all the thangs that We do out of our natural survival instincts and our innate sense of Ma’at (balance). New Afrikan Culture is the “soul food” We created from the scraps the plantation owne r got us.
New A frikan Culture is the soul-stirring blues and gospel music We created as an outlet for the pain We endurance during the inhumane laboring in the fields and under the lash of the overseer. New Afrikan Culture is the creative ingenuity of the “inferior being” to develop families under a system that denied the capacity of New Afrikans to join in compatible unions.
One real subjugation tactic is anti-Afrikanism and self-hatred, created by social engineering by white domination. We as community, race and nation, We must put in the work to counter the anti-Afrikanism and self-hatred imbued in Blackfolks. A starting point is the #BlackLoveChallenge. #BlackLoveChallenge says – let this song be the first thang you hear in the morning for three weeks. – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChecUCgJzW8. That end to the challenge, publish a short essay on your socia l media page(s ) that expresses your reaction to the challenge. Then challenge your circle of family and friends to do the same.
Brought forward byBaba Asinia Lukata Chikuyu, The People’s Injustice Agitator & AiC of the REAL Learning Institute