Afrobeat Culture Federator

Afrobeat Culture Federator

Fédérateur de la culture Afrobeat - Afrobeat Culture Federator - musiques africaines - African musics

Most recent articles


Most recent articles


BLACK CIVILIZATION AND RELIGION

Saturday 22 August 2015 by Mabinuori Idowu (aka ID)
In my last post title African Perambulators, I discussed the theme: African Civilization and Historical Awareness, and the colloquium’s recommendations to the Governments of African States and Black Communities in the world as a way forward to good governance in Africa. This is another proof, (...)


AFRICAN PERAMBULATORS

Tuesday 28 July 2015 by Mabinuori Idowu (aka ID)
“CHANGE”; is the word on the lips of most African politicians, when campaigning and seeking to be elected into office. During campaigns, they accuse the government precedent of all sorts of corruption only to end up worse than their predecessors. Soon as they take the oath of office, the word (...)


MEMORIAL SEGUN DAMISA 1964 – 2006.

Friday 17 July 2015 by Mabinuori Idowu (aka ID)
Radio Shrine! Gan! Gan! We remember today like every other day Segun Damisa, leader of the defunct Abuja based afrobeat group Alkebu-lan, and founder of the Bordeaux based group Afrobeat Crusaders who died of generalised cancer July 17, 2006 in France. Our thoughts on this day like every other (...)


PROFESSOR THEOPHILE OBENGA

Tuesday 14 July 2015 by Mabinuori Idowu (aka ID)
THE BASES OF EGYPTOLOGY A disciple of Cheikh Anta Diop, professor Obenga proposes to reconsider our vision of ancient Egypt: its definition, localisation and its denomination. Just like Fela invited us to be proud of our African heritage, Obenga sketches the origins and the nature of this past (...)


RACISM = IGNORANCE

Tuesday 5 May 2015 by Mabinuori Idowu (aka ID)
The persistent global “race” wars: White against Brown, or Black against White, makes it politically incorrect today to affirm that “Racism” is based on ignorance. Particularly; if we consider the on-going race tensions, racial profiling, race crimes, and clash of Civilizations: Muslims Vs (...)


LOOKING FOR CHANGE IN NIGERIA?

Sunday 26 April 2015 by Mabinuori Idowu (aka ID)
“Nothing Dey for town to give the youths good example! How our big people and traditional rulers dey do! Them don spoil the tradition and corrupt all the town! Them come make the youths look-up to Europe and USA! In those places self! People don loose them common sense!” Listening to (...)


MARCUS GARVEY’S VISION FOR AFRICA!ew article

Sunday 22 February 2015 by Mabinuori Idowu (aka ID)
MARCUS GARVEY’S VISION FOR AFRICA! As part of several activities world-wide; marking the centenary founding of the UNIA (Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League 1914 - 2014), Library Tamery – a Pan-African oriented bookstore based in Paris, on 28th September 2014, (...)


CIVILIZATION OR BARBARISM?

Monday 8 December 2014 by Mabinuori Idowu (aka ID)
Execution by electrocution, police or secret service extrajudicial killing, hangings and all forms of summary executions: are all these methods of capital punishments symbols of CIVILIZATION OR BARBARISM? If we follow European proclamation, on the reason why they went to colonize Africa namely: (...)


AFROCENTRIC MY BLACK ASS

Wednesday 22 October 2014 by Mabinuori Idowu (aka ID)
Radio Shrine! Gan! Gan! More often during debates and exchange of ideas, afrocentric is the term used by Eurocentric’s to perpetuate the myth of the “superiority of the great white race over the inferior black race” hence my choice: AFROCENTRIC MY BLACK ASS as title for this post. Afrocentricity (...)


NEO-COLONIALISM & AFRICAN UNITY

Thursday 2 October 2014 by Mabinuori Idowu (aka ID)
Radio Shrine! Gan! Gan! Neo-colonialism is the geopolitical practice of using capitalism, business globalization, and cultural imperialism to influence a country, in lieu of either direct military control or indirect political control. Despite the decolonisation that occurred in the aftermath (...)

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