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american transatlantic slave trade

Ìṣẹ̀ṣe the Orisa tradition of Peace and Love.

Yorùbás were not the only race that was taken as slaves during the Atlantic slave trade era. There are several races taken as slaves too and they were taken in their numbers during that period. And after the end of ...

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edan

What is Edan?

Edan is the name of the object held by the character with both arms, the sacred but effective tool used by the Awo (Cult of) Ogboni (the Freemasons) in Nigeria. It is also responsible for carving mathematically symmetric sculptures which ...

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Yemoja

Yemoja, Òrìsà of all waters

My mother that blesses people from deep waters Òrìsà that cleans me inside outLet there be peace in my soulPreserve me always from danger in the ocean of this life. Let this water arrest every unclean material in my body ...

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new chief laws

Culture Conflict: “Ogun State Governor’s Prince Dapọ Abiodun Signs New Chiefs’ Law”

Obas In Ogun State Are To Be Buried Accordingly To Their Faith Upon Joining Their Ancestors! Ogun State governor, Dapo Abiodun, has signed into law a bill that provides for how traditional rulers and chiefs are to be selected, appointed, ...

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The Coronation of The 21st Olu of Warri Event

Live Event Video: The Coronation of The 21st Olu of Warri

The Coronation of The 21st Olu of Warri Event

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Adebisi Adenike Adebayo

The artist using the indigenous Oduduwa-African style of sculpture.

Adebisi Adenike Adebayo is an artist using the indigenous Oduduwa (Yoruba)-African style of sculpture.This style is associated with men only within the indigenous African tradition.Ms. Adebayo, surprisingly, is a woman.How did this happen?Who is she?Who trained her?What are the processes ...

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Dashiki

Dashiki: The History of a Radical Garment

Dive into the unique history and revolutionary politics of the symbolic West African garment. DIASPORA—The dashiki is clothing as politics. It might not exactly seem that way in its present state—a revived, streetwear trend largely associated with the intricate and ...

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Taboo (ÈÈWỌ̀)

The concept of taboo can’t be over-emphasized as far as our Isese community is concerned. The concept of taboo is as old as man, because, during the creation of the earth, Elédùmarè instructed Ọbàtálá to be in charge of creation ...

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TK

Word of advice to all the useful Idi*ts in Nollywood used as an element of promoting foreign Ideology while destroying Cultural Heritage.

The Chinese Movies glorify Chinese culture, Indian Movies glorify Indian people and their culture The West Uses their Movies to evangelise their culture. Here in Africa , We produce movies to destroy our culture . Uncle Tunde Kelani is exceptional ...

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iku

Iku

Ikú, conventionally translated as death, is in fact not "death."

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