Fw: Akan (Twi) & Yoruba Online & Ghana Classes begin week of May 11; FREE Mwalimu Baruti Lecture 5/16: Yurugu's Eunuchs; Survival Training 6/19-6/21
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Subject: Akan (Twi) & Yoruba Online & Ghana Classes begin week of May 11; FREE Mwalimu Baruti Lecture 5/16: Yurugu's Eunuchs; Survival Training 6/19-6/21
Intro & Inter. Akan (Twi) & Yoruba Online Classes begin week of May 11
Four Simple Steps to SUCCESSFUL registration for class:
Have you registered for the class: http://www.abibitumikasa.com/register.html
Have you submitted payment for the class: http://www.abibitumikasa.com/payment.html
Have you registered and logged into the forums: http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/register.php
Have you clicked on member classroom (where the classes are held): http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/chat/flashchat.php
Who: All Afrikan people who are serious about being Afrikan
What: You are invited to join one month (8 class) sessions of Introductory
Twi or Yoruba or one month (4 class) online and in Ghana and online sessions of Intermediate Twi or Yoruba.
When: Next class session begins the week of May 11, 2009 (Click here for schedule http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/calendar.php)
Monday AND Wednesday Intro Yoruba 7:00PM-9:00PM Eastern
Tuesday AND Thursday Intro Twi 7:00PM-9:00PM Eastern
Sunday Intermediate Twi 1:00PM-3:00PM EST
Sunday Intermediate Yoruba 4:00PM-6:00PM EST
Twi Classes in Ghana will be held at 5:30PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Classes in Ghana will be held at Asasse Pa restaurant.
How: To access the online member classroom, you must register for the Abibitumi Kasa site at http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/register.php
You'll need to do this if you don't have an account already.
If you already have an account at the site, login at this link: http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/login.php
From there click on the link to member classroom on any page at the site at class time or visit the link to the member classroom here directly at http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/chat/flashchat.php
Learn to hook up your audio and/or webcam for class and more at: http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/video-tutorials-how-abibitumi-kasa/
How Much: 195 USD for eight (8) class Introductory Class; 97.50 USD for four (4) class Intermediate Class; Contact us about cost of advanced individual tutorials http://www.abibitumikasa.com/contact.html
Why: Repatriation, Visit, Interacting with Family, and more. Let us know your reason for wanting to learn Afrikan languages via our Prospective Student Questionnaire http://www.abibitumikasa.com/nsemmisa.pdf
What: Mwalimu Baruti Online Lecture, Entitled Yurugu's Eunuchs
When: May 16, 6249, 7:30pm-9:30pm
Who: Your Afrikan self!
Where: Abibitumi Kasa Member Classroom
How Much: FREE!!!
How: Register at free forum at http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/register.php then click member classroom or on this link: http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/chat/flashchat.php
A continuing part of our Abibitumi Kasa fundraiser:
A discussion of my latest book by the same title which was written in response to the growing efforts by homosexualized and effeminized (and masculinized female) Afrikans to redefine warriorhood along gender confused lines.
Black Survival Network Flyer
SURVIVAL TRAINING CAMP
JUNE 19-20, 2009
Friday night thru Sunday afternoon
Camp Queen Nzinga
Black Oaks Center for Sustainable Living
Pembroke, Illinois (1 hour south of Chicago)
This camp is open to all conscious Afrikans ages 7 and up.
Come and learn the survival skills of- water treatment, first aid, wild food foraging, self defense,
land navigation, map reading, fire making, group survival and more!
Fee: $85 (includes all camping and training equipment)
Orientation Session for those in the Chicago area:
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3RD at 7PM
Center for Inner City Studies-700 E. Oakwood Blvd
For more info and to register call Gimbu- 773-268-7500 ext. 126 Monday through Friday 9-5
773-415-1814 Evenings and weekends
The Black Survival Network recognizes that we live in an insecure world. The ravages of Hurricane Katrina, the global food crisis, skyrocketing energy costs, and many other crises begs the questions - where is the world headed? How bad will things get? And more to the point - are you and your family prepared for what's yet to come?
When Africans were brought to the United States in 1619, they were brought for the express purpose of providing labor for the emerging colony. From 1619 until 1865 African labor fueled the economic machinery of the United States, transforming it from an agrarian society into an industrial giant.
But with the end of slavery arose a new question. This question - termed the Negro question asked succinctly: What is to be done about the troublesome presence of the Negro? Abraham Lincoln proposed mass deportation. Others since him have proposed mass sterilization and the relegation of the Black masses to the lowest rungs of the U.S. class structure. Despite the range of proposals the goal has been the same: the maximum control and subordination of the masses of African people.
These control mechanisms have been both psychological and social. This subordination has been economic, political, and cultural. The imperiled state of the Black masses of New Orleans, LA is indicative of the manufactured deprivations born of racism/white supremacy. The brutal murder of Sean Bell in New York, NY is indicative of the devaluation of Black life and the failure of Africans in America to effectively response to our dehumanization. All of these crises may pale relative to the looming specters of Global Warming, Peak Oil, and water scarcity where whole sectors of the United States and the Earth will become uninhabitable.
What will Africans do? What will you do?
We are taught by our ancestors that a "shield is not made on the battlefield". The Black Survival Network exists as the vanguard formation promoting the education, organization, empowerment, and independence of African people. If you are determined to survive, if you are resolved to create a different future for Africans, your community, your family, and yourself then "the time to prepare is now!"