11/26/21 O&A NYC BLACK FACTS: The Astonishing Legend of the Queen of Sheba Arguably the Mother of the Ethiopians

The Legends of Africa series takes a look into the rich and complex world of our past through the lives of great men and women who we consider today our legends.In today’s video we will be looking at the royal queen Makeda, better yet known as the queen of Sheba and who holds the title of mother of the Ethiopian nations.  Continue reading

10/8/20 O&A NYC LOCKDOWN LEARNING: Kingdom of Kush – History Of Africa with Zeinab Badawi [Episode 4]

Zeinab Badawi travels to the country of her birth and the very region of her forefathers northern Sudan. Continue reading

5/24/02 O&A NYC LOCKDOWN HISTORY: Life Aboard a Slave Ship

From approximately 1525 to 1866, 12.5 million Africans were forcibly transported across the Middle Passage to serve as slaves in the New World. Life aboard slave ships was agonizing and dangerous; nearly 2 million slaves would perish on their journey across the Atlantic.
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11/10/18 O&A NYC GOING BACK TO AFRICA WITH WaleStylez: Who Were The Kemites? They Ruled The Land You Call Egypt.

The Kemites were an african people who established one of the earliest, most enduring, and most impactful civilizations of all time.

Kemet is humanity’s oldest documented culture and the inspiration for everything associated with civilization and human genius. Kemet is most commonly associated with Ancient Egypt. It is the civilisation that produced the pharaohs, the pyramids, the hieroglyphs and countless wonders that modern scientists, engineers and academics still do not understand

Modern history calls their lands Egypt and them the ancient Egyptians. But these were Greek terms for the the people who called themselves the Khems.

Who were the Kemites? They ruled the Land you call Egypt.

4/15/17 O&A NYC GOING BACK TO AFRICA WITH WaleStylez: Bino and Fino- Yoruba Children’s Cartoon

The Yoruba version of the Bino and Fino educational cartoon for children. Continue reading