Follow Your Passion No Matter What

This is not my video, but it is powerful. How far are you willing to go to achieve your goals? How bad do you want it? Often, we don’t put our whole selves into the process. We give half energy and get half success. Remember, small fire, small warmth; large fire, large warmth. Follow your…

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Take a Risk and Win!

Risk scares us; however, without risk, life is not worth living. Our great ancestors of yesterday risked life and limb for us. We must repay them by taking the necessary risks to help our community; taking the risks to achieve our dreams; taking the risks to be the best Afrikan we can be. We owe…

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Change Will Happen. Will you be Ready?

Liberation everyone, Many of you may have heard of the book called, Who Moved my Cheese. It’s an excellent story about dealing with changes in relationships, in careers, and in life. Often we shun change because it may be painful, unpredictable, and lonely. However, if we stop changing, we stop growing. If we stop growing,…

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Classroom Tech > Classroom Love?

Liberation Sistas and Brothas, I recently came across an article that deals with the issue of technology in the classroom. It’s an interesting piece. Here in New Orleans many schools boast that they have elaborate computer labs and ultra-wired campuses; however, the education of our children within those schools continue to lack social, cultural, historical,…

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Black Homeschooling FAQs

Greetings, Homeschooling is growing in our short term loans community. I receive many emails a week ask about how to get started on this beautiful journey of educational Kujichagulia (self-determination). Here are some brief answers to a couple of questions. Legal: Go to your state’s website for education and find the information on the home study application process.…

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African-centered Childcare

When planning a new endeavor, a date, a homeschooling collective, or a nude celebrities needed community institution, we often go overboard with our analysis and our needs for the latest technology. Simple is usually best. Simple principles, simple acts, simple words are far more powerful than we can ever imagine. Remember, the first step forward it to…

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Use Your Gifts -Samori Speaks

We must live up to our own greatest potential. Let no one confine your imagination or your dreams. You were put here for a reason. Find it. Live it. Revolutionary Love, Samori

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Malcolm X Day Speech on Homeschooling -Samori Speaks

Here are some clips from a speech I gave on Malcolm X Day about celebrity nude education and homeschooling. Revolutionary Love, Samori Camara

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Where is Your Hell? -Samori Speaks

Where is your heaven? Where is your hell? Heaven, for me, would be us working together to heal ourselves, heal our families, and heal our communities. Let’s help each other be the celebrity nude best we can be. Revolutionary Love, Samori Camara

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Standardized Testing and Teacher Cheating -Samori Speaks

The cheating scandals around standardized tests should alarm Afrikan people that we need to make a firm hot lesbian porn commitment to developing a new independent system of schools or home schools based on our needs. Pay-for-performance is not working as teachers lose interest in the education process and only “teach for the test.” I do not blame…

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