Dr. Akosua Ali-Sabree's Blog (3)

A Autumn Cultural Experience in Philadelphia

A popular book sought after at the Locks Conference is the popular Resource Guide. The Guide contains articles and biographical sketches of this year’s presenters such as author and scholar Dr. Wesley Muhammad, Queen Taese, Ras Ben, Dr. Marcus Kline, Chairman Fred Hampton, Jr. POCC/BPPC, Nataki Kambon (LetsBuyBlack365), Dr. Ali Muhammad, Dr. Akmal Muwwakkil, Richard Raw, K Love the Poet, and many other notable scholars, natural hair stylists, wholistic health and wellness providers, natural…


Added by Dr. Akosua Ali-Sabree on September 3, 2017 at 11:21pm — No Comments

Books for Watoto( Children's Book Drive

Reading powers imagination and imagination deepens creativity, and together the world of possibilities opens especially for our children. Daily, young people are bombarded with negative images, limiting opportunities and behaviors that create regression instead of progression. The need to redirect negative energy, to eliminate self-hate, and to increase opportunities for healthy expression as well as to increase literacy is the motivating force for the Kuumba Family Institute, Inc. (KFII) to…


Added by Dr. Akosua Ali-Sabree on September 3, 2017 at 11:15pm — No Comments

Let The Story be Told

Let the Story be Told

                                                                by Dr.  MaMa. Akosua Ali-Sabree


Living life provides each of us with material or a story to tell. Some stories are full of excitement and awe while others are sad and distressful. Because of human fragility, some people believe they are having a unique experience not known to others. Therefore, the thought that their story…


Added by Dr. Akosua Ali-Sabree on March 19, 2013 at 9:57pm — 1 Comment

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