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INSPIRATORS III

Those who have enlighten the path

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gallery Part III - from 1980 to the present

Awareness makers of the importance of rehabilitation, healing and reconstruction. Visible and outspoken representatives. Finally, the greatest thinkers and speakers.

Through them we walk a better path.

PUBLIC ENEMY

1985 - Present

American rap group that has released very conscious music about the distortion of our history, stolen heritage, the 'white system' and social injustice.

SPIKE LEE

March 20, 1957

American director who makes films about Africans in urban cities, the interaction with other cultures, and the influence of literature and media on the consciousness of Africans.

GERDA HAVERTONG

October  23, 1946

Surinamese actress, singer and presenter. As early as 1987 she said in Sesame Street that the Dutch tradition of Zwarte Piet is 'not nice at all', but rather hurtful. It jeopardized her career.

G.U.R.U.

July 17, 1961 - April 19, 2010

GURU. (Gifted.Unlimited.Rhymes.Universal) was an American rapper who combined socially conscious lyrics with all kinds of 'black' music styles, from 1920s jazz to house.

JOY DEGRUY

October 1957

Social worker and psychologist. With her research she showed that the post-traumatic slavery syndrome negatively influences the thinking and behavior of Africans.

CURTIS MAYFIELD

June 3, 1942 - December 26, 1999

American singer who lovingly sang about African people in his songs. He called out to be more aware, especially to work together to solve injustice and be strong together.

MOTOWN

1959 to 1989

Berry Gordy founded this record label and made the music of Africans known worldwide. The music, decoration and behavior of the musicians gave a very positive image of Africans.

COSBY SHOW

1984 to 1992

American comedy about a happy, well-educated African family with many talents. Central themes are dialogue, self-love, perseverance, self-organization and being successful.

OPRAH WINFREY

January 29, 1954

American talk show host who for 25 years offered many Africans the space to talk candidly about their personal experiences with social injustice and trauma. She also often offered concrete help.

BARACK OBAMA

August 4, 1961

He was the first president of African descent in America. He has improved the lives of millions of Africans through education, housing and healthcare legislation.

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EARTH, WIND & FIRE

1969 - Present

American music group that focused on African spirituality, vision of life and history. This was also reflected in the design of album covers, clothing and support for social projects.

DR SEBI

November 26, 1933 - August 6, 2016

Honduran naturopath who has spent years researching the right diet and medicinal herbs that suit people with a lot of melanin (Africans).

IVAN VAN SERTIMA

Januari 26, 1935 - Mei 25, 2009

Guyanese historian known for the book "They Came Before Columbus", about how Africans were in the Americas already in prehistoric times, long before its 'discovery' by Europeans.

YOSEF BEN-JOCHANNAN

December 31, 1918 - March19, 2015

American historian and author of 49 books, mainly on the ancient Nile Valley civilizations and their influence on Western cultures. For years he organized study trips to Kemet.

ROBIN WALKER

1967

Historian, lecturer and author of the groundbreaking book 'When We Ruled' which accurately describes the timeline, civilizations and cultural heritage of Africa over 7,000 years.

JOHN HENRIK CLARKE

Januari 1, 1915 - July 12, 1998

American historian and pioneer in establishing African studies and institutions in academia. Author of articles on the ideas of other African scholars.

CHEIKH ANTA DIOP

December 29, 1923 - February 7, 1986

Historian, anthropologist, physicist and politician. He showed that the first people were Africans and were the first to create high-quality civilizations.

KWAME NKRUMAH

September 21, 1909 - April 27, 1972

He guided Ghana to independence. He was an influential proponent of pan-africanism and a founding member of the Organization of African Unity.

INSPIRATORS III

Those who have enlighten the path

 

Gallery Part III - from 1980 to the present

Awareness makers of the importance of rehabilitation, healing and reconstruction. Visible and outspoken representatives. Finally, the greatest thinkers and speakers.

Through them we walk a better path.

PUBLIC ENEMY

1985 - Present

American rap group that has released very conscious music about the distortion of our history, stolen heritage, the 'white system' and social injustice.

SPIKE LEE

March 20, 1957

American director who makes films about Africans in urban cities, the interaction with other cultures, and the influence of literature and media on the consciousness of Africans.

GERDA HAVERTONG

October  23, 1946

Surinamese actress, singer and presenter. As early as 1987 she said in Sesame Street that the Dutch tradition of Zwarte Piet is 'not nice at all', but rather hurtful. It jeopardized her career.

G.U.R.U.

July 17, 1961 - April 19, 2010

GURU. (Gifted.Unlimited.Rhymes.Universal) was an American rapper who combined socially conscious lyrics with all kinds of 'black' music styles, from 1920s jazz to house.

JOY DEGRUY

October 1957

Social worker and psychologist. With her research she showed that the post-traumatic slavery syndrome negatively influences the thinking and behavior of Africans.

CURTIS MAYFIELD

June 3, 1942 - December 26, 1999

American singer who lovingly sang about African people in his songs. He called out to be more aware, especially to work together to solve injustice and be strong together.

MOTOWN

1959 to 1989

Berry Gordy founded this record label and made the music of Africans known worldwide. The music, decoration and behavior of the musicians gave a very positive image of Africans.

COSBY SHOW

1984 to 1992

American comedy about a happy, well-educated African family with many talents. Central themes are dialogue, self-love, perseverance, self-organization and being successful.

OPRAH WINFREY

Januari 29, 1954

American talk show host who for 25 years offered many Africans the space to talk candidly about their personal experiences with social injustice and trauma. She also often offered concrete help.

BARACK OBAMA

August 4, 1961

He was the first president of African descent in America. He has improved the lives of millions of Africans through education, housing and healthcare legislation.

OJISE ACADEMY

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Courses Mental Power, Melanin Spirit, Building Teams / Afro Leaders, and more.

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EARTH, WIND & FIRE

1969 - Present

American music group that focused on African spirituality, vision of life and history. This was also reflected in the design of album covers, clothing and support for social projects.

DR SEBI

November 26, 1933 - August 6, 2016

Honduran naturopath who has spent years researching the right diet and medicinal herbs that suit people with a lot of melanin (Africans).

IVAN VAN SERTIMA

Januari 26, 1935 - May 25, 2009

Guyanese historian known for the book "They Came Before Columbus", about how Africans were in the Americas already in prehistoric times, long before its 'discovery' by Europeans.

YOSEF BEN-JOCHANNAN

December 31, 1918 - March19, 2015

American historian and author of 49 books, mainly on the ancient Nile Valley civilizations and their influence on Western cultures. For years he organized study trips to Kemet.

ROBIN WALKER

1967

Historian, lecturer and author of the groundbreaking book 'When We Ruled' which accurately describes the timeline, civilizations and cultural heritage of Africa over 7,000 years.

JOHN HENRIK CLARKE

Januari 1, 1915 - July 12, 1998

American historian and pioneer in establishing African studies and institutions in academia. Author of articles on the ideas of other African scholars.

CHEIKH ANTA DIOP

December 29, 1923 - February 7, 1986

Historian, anthropologist, physicist and politician. He showed that the first people were Africans and were the first to create high-quality civilizations.

KWAME NKRUMAH

September 21, 1909 - April 27, 1972

He guided Ghana to independence. He was an influential proponent of pan-africanism and a founding member of the Organization of African Unity.

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