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Atiya is an American born inspirational speaker, writer, activist and former model and actress. In 2004, she became the first woman of color to be crowned Mrs. Illinois International, placing third-runner up world-wide at the Mrs. International pageant. She has authored several books including From Ordinary to Extraordinary; Hidden Pearls: A little quaint book of poems; Petals of a Rose; and The Beauty of Being Free. She has produced several empowerment messages including Love is Not a Game; The Real Impact of Abuse; Taking Back Your Life and a spoken word CD entitled, The Inner Woman: A New Beginning. Further, she has written a number of self-help articles, essays and writings dealing with health and wellness, relationships, cultural incompetence, and self-empowerment.
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As an author, you will love this one aimed at correcting the Afrikan dream. The Afrikan politician killed the Afrikan sun the day he boxed the Afrikan child into the colonial masters' concept a half a century ago; but here is the Afrikan vaccine.
The Great Conspiracy is a short letter to the Afrikan child in a parabolic tone. It is a poetic riddle and in sum proverb. Is there remedy to the Afrikan problem? Can the Afrikan equation be solved? For a half a century since flag independence knocked on the Afrikan hut, the Afrikan political elite and comrade in cola have not been watching the Afrikan grass grow; instead as leaders upon whose shoulders, salvation of the Afrikan child from colonial pharaoh's slavery; read colonial culture, traditions, instrument of thought and in sum colonial gods duly lay as Moses and his blood brother Aaron were to Israelis while leading them from the yoke of bondage down Biblical Egypt to the promised land; have been to busy staying alive. How can we watch the Afrikan grass grow using a foreign eye? "Lest there be any fornicator or profane person amongst us Afrikan brothers who for one morsel of food sold his inheritance. For we all know Afrikan comrades that Esau did and afterwards, when he wanted to inherit the blessings later, he was rejected, for he found no place for repentance, though he sought it diligently with tears" It is a social remedy which should be sought and or is found nearer home; from Afrikan own environment, culture and traditions. It cannot be external to us and it cannot be derived from a foreign alien environment because its tone will forever distort the Afrikan deed if it were derived from a foreign alien environment. This is because its spices will be foreign and not tied or derived from an Afrikan environment, traditions, beliefs, history and culture. LANGUAGE IS AN INSTRUMENT OF THE HUMAN THOUGHT. IT IS THE SOLE KNOWN INSTRUMENT OF IDEA FORMATION. PROVERBIAL WISDOM IS WISDOM OF CAUTION.
SAVE THE DATE! Jericho Amnesty Movement 20th Anniversary Former Political Prisoners at Jericho Tenth Anniversary March and Rally with Jericho Co-Founder Herman FergusonSaturday, March 24, 2018Holyrood Episcopal Church 715 W. 179th St, New York, New…Continue