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  African Worldviews Discussion - Open Table Discussion.

Jun
8
2024

When: 2024-06-08 12:00:00: Saturday June 8, 2024 (12:00 PM - 3:00 PM) - EDT (America/New York)
Duration: 3 hours
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Video Group Chat: https://blaqsbi.com/5pFk

Responses: 3 plan to attend · 0 maybe · 1 declined


African Worldviews Discussion - Open Table Discussion.  - June 8, 2024
Open table discussion.

We look forward to hear your viewpoint.

Event Type: Community

Funding Requests


I would like to request for help to be assisted for the sake of my mother's health. She is sick with chronic Asmatic condition which makes her life difficult with prolonged cough. We wish to request for help to relocate her from our rular areas which is very cold and difficult for her to survive. All the triggers of her condition are present in that area. Helping her out to relocate will be the number one help. Thankyou in advance for your kind gesture towards a sick mother.
Mariana Wanjiru is requesting 10,000 in donation.
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Podcast/radio Shows

"Unbreakable Spirit"

Through intimate and candid conversations, Dr. Kingya©, delves into various aspects of healing, inviting a diverse array of guests – experts, psychologists, survivors, and advocates – to share their unique stories of triumph over relationship trauma. Together, they explore the many facets of healing, providing listeners with practical insights, tools, and coping mechanisms to navigate their own journey towards wellness. Episodes are released weekly. Subscribe:
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Book Suggestions

"C is for Carnival"

D is for dance! E is for emancipation! From A to Z, this is a rhyming alphabet book that celebrates Canada’s Caribbean Carnival. This engaging and educational book features a diverse cast of children in vibrant costumes as they ‘play mas’ while dancing to Soca and Calypso music. A glossary at the end makes it easy for readers, including parents and teachers, to review what they have learned.

Illustrated by Daria Lavrova

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Yaoundé



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Yaoundé is the economic capital of the republic of Cameroon. The city of Yaoundé is a place to be as the inhabitants are very welcoming. The town of Samuel Etoo fils the legendary footballer who has not only made Cameroon proud but Africa at large.There are beautiful sites worth visiting such as the waza park and the national museum. Yaoundé is the economic capital of the republic of Cameroon. The city of Yaoundé is a place to be as the inhabitants are very welcoming. The town of Samuel Etoo fils the legendary footballer who has not only made Cameroon proud but Africa at large.There are beautiful sites worth visiting such as the waza park and the national museum.




Challenge: Trivias

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Magazine Suggestions

"Black Enterprise"

Black Enterprise is a black-owned multimedia company. Since the 1970s, its flagship product Black Enterprise magazine has covered African-American businesses with a readership of 3.7 million.[2] The company was founded in 1970 by Earl G. Graves Sr. It publishes in both print and on digital, an annual listing of the largest African-American companies in the country, or "B.E. 100s", first compiled and published in 1973.[3][4] In 2002 the magazine launched a supplement targeting teens, Teenpreneur.[5] Black Enterprise also has two nationally syndicated television shows, Our World with Black Enterprise and Women of Power.

The magazine was founded by Earl G. Graves Sr.[6] In January 2006, he named his eldest son, Earl G. Graves Jr. (known as "Butch"), the company's chief executive officer.[7] Butch joined the company in 1988 after earning his M.B.A. from Harvard University; he received his bachelor's degree in economics from Yale University in 1984. He also sits on the board of directors of AutoZone, serving as lead director and chairman of the compensation committee.

Black Enterprise has been profitable since its 10th issue. The company, headquartered in New York City, has 58 employees and had revenues of $22 million in 2017.[citation needed]

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