The Elders of Sankofa

FROM TORMENT TO TERROR: MURDER/SUICIDE IN THE WORKPLACE

Who’s next and why? What is causing people to commit these acts of violence in the workplace? Are there signs that we can identify when someone could be a threat to themselves and others? Join the Sankofa Council of Milwaukee radio broadcast in a community dialogue. What can we as a community do to address these concerns?

Join the Sankofa Council Of Milwaukee as we prepare for our future. We are looking forward to your participation in this matter of great importance. The host is Kwasi Shujaa Kwa-Watu Craft and Dee Dee Conley,

The Sankofa Council of Milwaukee radio broadcast is an affiliate of The Black Reality Thinktank Radio Network.

How to Survive Covid-19 Infection

There is much conversation about receiving the Covid 19 vaccination and being tested for the virus. What happens when you are infected and become sick. Will you survive? What do you need to know that may help you survive what has been such a deadly illness for more than half a million persons just in the United States? There is still so much that we don’t know, but join us on the Sankofa Council of Milwaukee radio broadcast as we discuss the potential consequences of infection and what you and your family need to know to support your recovery and survival.

The Sankofa Council welcomes a discussion with hosts, Brother Kwasi Mwalimu, Sister Dee Dee Conley, and our guests, Dr. Sirr Grice and Dr. Janine James.

The Sankofa Council of Milwaukee radio broadcast is an affiliate of The Black Reality Thinktank Radio Network.

WE CAN LEAVE THE PLANTATION!

Innocent of any crime, but guilty in our skin. This is our modern-day plantation, being used and abused, fighting and killing each other. Some decide it’s better to go along to get along. We have been here before. Getting raped spiritually, mentally, and physically, we have been here before.”We Can Leave The Plantation.”

Join the Sankofa Council of Milwaukee radio broadcast for an interesting dialogue.

The Sankofa Council of Milwaukee radio broadcast is an affiliate of The Black Reality Thinktank Radio Network.

EMPOWERING BLACK WOMEN WHO HAVE BABIES TO SURVIVE WITH SUPPORT FROM THE VILLAGE

Systemic racism in health care is contributing to the increasing deaths of black mothers and their babies. The Sankofa Council asks should the village resume its historic role of supporting and empowering black mothers to return to a setting that is familiar, comfortable, and caring?

The Sankofa Council welcomes a discussion with hosts, Brother Kwasi Mwalimu, Sister Dee Dee Conley, and our guests, Dalvery Blackwell, co-founder of the African American Breast Feeding Network, and Dr. Janine James, high-risk pregnancy specialist revisit, home births, doulas, and breastfeeding.

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

PROGRAMS THAT ADVOCATE FOR VICTIM/WITNESS: DO THEY WORK?

As a community, we are experiencing trauma due to all too frequent violence. The Sankofa Council wants you to be aware of the advocacy programs addressing the needs of the victim or witness of violence to allow healing. We welcome a discussion of the host, Brother Kwasi Mwalimu, Sister Dee Dee Conley, and our guest, Theresa Buems.

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

OUR COMMUNITY IS IN NEED OF HEALING

Our community is in need of healing. Women who have been traumatized by the long-term residual of “ACE,” Advance Childhood Experiences need to heal. When women heal – Generations heal. In honor of Women’s History Month, join hosts Sista Efua Ma’at, Sister Dee Dee Conley, and Brother Kwasi Mwalimu who will be visited by the ladies of the Center for Leadership of Afrikan Women’s Wellness (CLAWW) to discuss trauma centered healing circles and how to reset and pivot life challenges to thrive.

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

RECLAIMING SELF – Why There is a Need for an African Centered Rites of Passage

How do we, as African people begin to Protect, Defend, and Heal ourselves Spiritually, Mentally, and Physically moving into the 21st Century? Join Host Sister Efua Ma’at, Sister Dee Dee Conley, and Brother Kwasi Mwalimu who will be visited by members of the Asentu African Centered Rites of Passage who share self re-discovery while connecting with the African traditional concepts to help us answer the questions; Who Am I? What is my Purpose? (there’s a meaning for your existence) and how you know it’s true?

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

KEYS TO SUCCESSFUL CO-PARENTING

With marriages on the decline, and babies are continually being born, how do children get access to their parents?

Our guests, William Davis of the Father Center in Trenton, New Jersey, have tools and resources to ensure our children’s future and their parent’s legacy.

Join the Sankofa Council of Milwaukee Radio Broadcast with Host Attorney Charles Robinson, Co-host Kwasi Mwalimu, Sister Dee Dee Conley.

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

BUCK BREAKING AND PLANTATION FEVER

The buck-breaking methods recommended in the Willie Lynch letter continue to cause physical and psychological trauma. Our motherland, Afrika, has the solution. We must solve our problems using Afrikan-centric thinking.

Join the Sankofa Council of Milwaukee Radio Broadcast with Host Kwasi Mwalimu, Sister Dee Dee Conley, and guest, Teju the Storyteller, as we discuss healing from the plantation experience that continues to affect us.

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

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.

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