The Elders of Sankofa

Fathers Parenting in the Village

“It takes a village to raise a child”, including Mom and Dad. The Sankofa Council Radio Broadcast welcomes a discussion of the difficult issue of parenting in the Black Community. Single mothers are struggling financially and without parenting support in many cases. Children living without their fathers are missing what fatherhood provides, including nurturing, protection, a feeling of belonging, role-modeling, etc. Fathers are navigating the courts, child support systems, and broken relationships to be with their children. Without effective parenting for our children, what are the legacy and predictable future of the Black Community?

Join us as we discuss ways Black fathers can learn to engage with their children that are essential for their children and satisfying for the father. Our hosts, Brother Charles Robinson, Kwasi Mwalimu, Sister Dee Dee Conley welcome Brother Tony Courtney who will share skills for such parenting.

The Sankofa Council radio broadcast is an affiliate of the Black Reality Think Tank Radio Network.

HEALING POWER OF LOVE

The Sankofa Council welcomes a discussion of love as a means to combat the violence we are experiencing. Zachary Johnson, author of The Pictorial Guide to the Past and Future Shadow History of the United States will provide strategies, such as the 21st Century Toolbox to heal through love.

Join our hosts, Brother Charles Robinson, Dr. Janine James, Sister Dee Dee Conley and guest, Zachary Johnson for a discussion of the impact violence has on our health and learn valuable skills to combat violence through love of self and our community.

The Sankofa Council radio broadcast is an affiliate of the Black Reality Think Tank Radio Network.

LET’S GET BACK TO PHYSICAL FITNESS

The Sankofa Council RADIO BROADCAST welcomes a discussion of how we can survive by preparing our bodies for strength, protection, and health at any age. The pandemic has forced us inside and to zoom meetings to allow wasting of our muscles and limiting our ability to move.

Join our host, Dr. Janine James, co-host, Kwasi Mwalimu, Sister Dee Dee Conley, and our guests, Dr. Apu Seyenkulo, physical therapist, and Yolanda Hunter, owner of GoYoGo Fitness who has all of the tricks and tools to heal and survive the pandemic and beyond.

The Sankofa Council Radio Broadcast is an affiliate of the Black Reality Think Tank Radio Network.

MENTAL FITNESS

The Sankofa Council radio broadcast and guest will inspire and celebrate the empowerment of the black male and female and child in becoming confident, powerful, and great. We must know of the truth that has been denied and replace with lies to our detriment and for the entitlement of our oppressors. The conversation host is Kwasi Mwalimu Horace Craft. The guest is Dr. Ramel Smith.

The Sankofa Council Radio Broadcast is an affiliate of the Black Reality Think Tank Radio Network.

“Vaccines, Drugs, or Nature”

There is so much to consider when it comes to making a decision to receive a vaccination, start a new medication, or utilize natural approaches to achieve and maintain health.

Pharmacy experts, Dr. Sirr Grice, Dr. Alicia Walker, Dr. Angela Smith will discuss drugs, vaccinations, and alternative health. Join hosts Dr. Janine James and Sister Dee Dee Conley, our Sankofa Council family, and pharmacy experts as we discuss how to make decisions for our survival on the Sankofa Council of Milwaukee broadcast.

The conversation host is Dr. Janine James, MD and Co-hosts are Sister Dee Dee Conley.

The Elders of Sankofa Radio Broadcast is an affiliate of the Black Reality Think Tank Radio Network.

“Black American Genocide: Obstetrical Lynching”

The Elders of Sankofa Radio Broadcast group and guests will discuss the disproportionate deaths of African American mothers and their babies despite what should be the best healthcare services in the world.

While we are learning more about this we will focus on strategies to prevent such deaths.

The African Ancestry Ma’at principle of Truth; the Nguzo Saba principle, Kujichagulia, self-determination are important concepts for our survival.

The conversation host is Janine James MD. Co-hosts are Sister Dee Dee Conley and Bro. Kwasi Mwalimu Horace Craft. Guest consists of a team of leading MDs and health experts relating to infant mortality, prenatal care, and pediatrics, Wendy Wilcox, MD, Dr. Pat McManus, Myrtis Sullivan MD, and Washington Hill, MD.

The Elders of Sankofa Radio Broadcast is an affiliate of the Black Reality Think Tank Radio Network.

MARTIAL ARTS: A SCIENCE FOR EVERYBODY

The Sankofa Elders and guests will discuss the role of “martial arts” as a form of warriors in order to protect the home and community. This training will foster a need to truly embrace the African Ma’at principle of “balance” and the Nguzo Saaba principle of “purpose.”Our guests are Diedra Cole, Judge Charles Warren, and retired Police Sergeant Tony Hendrix. The {program host are Horace Craft, Dr. Janine James, MD, and Dee Dee Conley.

LIVE TO EAT, EAT TO LIVE

The Sankofa Elders and guests will discuss the role food has played historically to our survival, sustenance, healing, entertainment and recreation.

The African Ancestry Ma’at principle of Harmony; the Nguzo Saba principle, Kujichagulia, are important concepts contributing to our survival. Our guests are Zakiya Courtney and Tyler Brown. Both of our guests are known for their culinary skills and contributions to the community through inspiration and food.

The program host is Horace Craft, Dr. Janine James, MD, and Dee Dee Conley.

The Elders of Sankofa Radio Broadcast is an affiliate of the Black Reality Think Tank Radio Network.

IT IS TIME TO CELEBRATE KWANZAA !!!

Umoja is celebrated December 26th, the first of seven days of celebrating Kwanzaa and empowering ourselves as Afrikans in America. Sankofa Elders will celebrate our Afrikan culture and the universal principles of Nguzo Saba that are the first steps toward taking our rightful place on the world stage as a proud people, aware of our collective power and of our greatness. The Elders will explain what Umoja (unity) looks like personally, in the family, in the community and in the Afrikan diaspora. Come and join the Elders of Sankofa Radio Broadcast live celebration of Umoja, the first principle of Kwanzaa, on Saturday, December 26, at 6 pm central time.

The program host is Horace Craft and Co-host are Queen Mother Shabaka and Dr. Janine James, MD.

The Elders of Sankofa Radio Broadcast is an affiliate of The Black Reality Think Tank Radio Network.

TO GRIEVE OR NOT TO GRIEVE!

Black Sista Talk Conversation this week will address “Grief and Healing.” Have you been experiencing grief lately and haven’t processed it or are you unsure of how to grieve? Join us for an empowering discussion.

The host is LaWanda Chambers.

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