Marcus Garvey, Black Nationalism and Pan - Africanism
Today's video is to celebrate Marcus Garvey's birthday and the 100th anniversary of the Pan -Africanist - Red, Black and Green Flag - which became a symbol of this movement in 1920 with the first international congress for the progress of the black people.
Garvey is an important and controversial historical figure and in this video I present him to you from the works "Look for me in the storm" and "the resurrection of the black."
Leave it in the comment if you liked the video and you knew Marcus Garvey.
Black woman, career and power - Afropapo with Esther Laroche director of UNESCO Central America
To celebrate International Latin American and Caribbean Black Women's Day (July 25), I talked to Esther Kuish Laroche, UNESCO director in Central America. It was a very cool chat about black women's places in Latin America from Esther's view, who is a black, Latin American woman who holds a high position in the UN/UNESCO.
Who was Ousmane Sembene - The Father of African Cinema
You already realized that I love cinema, right?
So today I will talk about my favorite African film director of all time!
The Senegalese director is considered the father of African cinema for being the exponent on the continent and also because he made seventh art a weapon of decolonization.
My favorite films are Borom Sarret (1963), Xala (1975), Ceddo (1977) and Moolaadé (2004)
His work brings together 10 novels and 13 films, produced between 1963 and 2004.
Who was Madame C. J. Walker and Black Renaissance | Critical analysis
It is a very delicious series, the video is #SemSpoiler and will help you get inspired by the life of this very important historical character for African Americans.
The cast has heavy names like Octavia Spencer, Carmen Ejogo and Garrett Morris and the series was produced by LeBron James.
If you have watched the series, tell me what you thought. If you didn't watch, tell me if you were inspired to see!
Give me suggestions on other series to criticize here on the channel!
Is rebellious notes a good movie? | Criticism
Rebellion notes is a romantic comedy drama that tells the story of a young wine -lover who struggles to become a great sommelier while dealing with parents' pressure to take on family steakhouse.
Directed by Prentice Penny and starring Courtney B. Vance, Lashun Pollard, Michael Mobley, Robert Cox.
If you have watched the movie, tell me what you thought. If you didn't watch, tell me if you were inspired to see!
Give me suggestions on other movies to criticize here on the channel!
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Aza Njeri Reply
In this #quarantine video I answered the questions you sent me on Instagram!
I loved making this video, because I was able to tell a little more about myself, in addition to giving tips on series, movies, talking about African Womanism and other things.
Everything to make your confinement lighter!
African Womanism from the Perspective of Aza Njeri Theorist
Scientific Racism in Quarantine
This video is an indignant reflection on the statements made by European scientists, especially French ones, about testing vaccines for #Covid19 en masse on the African continent.
It is important, in order to conduct the debate with quality, that we reflect on the Scientific Racism behind these statements, pointing out their historical modus operandi.
Afropapo: Analysis of 'Ismália' Emicida With Dandara Aziza
This is a video with the right to chat with my friend Dandara Aziza, we did an afroperspective analysis of the song Ismália from the album AmarElo by the incredible Emicida.
How to Celebrate Kwanzaa - Festivity, Principle and Curiosities
We are in the middle of Kwanzaa and many people asked me to talk about the celebration. So I made this video to inspire other Kwanzaa practices out there.
Leave your Kwanzaa in the comment! Let's fill this network with black centrality!
Black Consciousness Day - Reflections
Today we are going to talk a little bit about the importance of November 20th, Black Consciousness Day, a date used to reflect our place as black people in Brazil.
Referenced authors: Beatriz Nascimento, Lélia Gonzalez and Abdias Nascimento.
Abdias Nascimento, Quilombismo.
Beatriz Nascimento. Quilombola and intellectual.
Lelia Gonzalez. Spring for Black Roses.
Why know the history of Africa?
Today we are going to talk a little bit about the importance of studying African History as a way to bring more lucidity and criticality to society. Referenced authors Molefi Kete Asante, Bell Hooks, Chimamanda Adichie, Carlos Moore and Henrique Cunha Jr.
Oral Tradition and Storytelling with Nathália Grilo
Today we are going to talk a little bit about Oral Tradition and Storytelling as practices that are also African and Afrodiasporic, so I invited Traditionalist Nathália Grilo to talk about her perspective as a storyteller and about the experience of Ayo Encontro Negro.
Art and the Black Artist - Reflections with Candé Costa
Today we are going to talk a little bit about Art and the Black Artist in Brazil, for that I invited the artist, critic and art curator Candé Costa to chat about the Africanizze Quilomba project from UFRJ.
Aza Njeri Dissertation:
Song on a broken lyre: a reading of the poetics of Guita Jr.
Bell Hooks - Black Eyes: Race and Representation | Reflections
Today we're going to talk a little bit about Bell Hooks and the book "Olhares Negros: Race and Representation", work by @editoraelefante, in order to inspire you to get to know the author's work.
Bell Hooks. Black Eyes: Race and Representation. Elephant Publisher.
_________. Raise your voice. Think like a feminist, think like a black woman. Elephant Publisher.
_________. Teaching to transgress: Education as a practice of freedom. Publisher Martins Fontes.
_________. “Living on love” (Article). Jurema Werneck (org.). The black women's health book. Pallas Publisher.
Maria Aparecida Silva Bento; Iray Carone. Social psychology of racism: studies on whiteness and whitening in Brazil. Publisher Voices.
The Importance of Names
Do you know the origin of your name? What about African names?
Want to change your name? So come and tell you all about it!
Aza Njeri, Dandara Aziza, Ayana Sisi. “African psychology as a tool for social change in the black African population”.
Malidoma Somé: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJnQb...
Molefi Asante and Ama Mazama. “Afrocentricity”. Sankofa Collection. Org. Elisa L. Nascimento.
Neusa Santos Souza. Become Black.
Does racism exist? - Part 2
This is the second part of the video Does Racism Exist?
In it I continue the reflection on the subject with the intention of pluralizing the debate!
Rosa Amélia Plummelle-Uribe. “From colonial barbarism to the Nazi policy of extermination”.
Sueli Carneiro. “The construction of the other as non-being as the foundation of being” (Thesis)
Does racism exist? - Part 1
In this video I share with you some reflections on Racism with the intention of contributing to the debate.
Abdias Nascimento. The genocide of the Brazilian black.
Charles Moore. Racism and society.
Cheikh Anta Diop. Black Nations and Cultures.
Cheikh Anta Diop. The African origin of civilization.
Jacques d'Adesky. Routes towards recognition, equality and respect.
Lelia Gonzalez. Spring for black roses.
Molefi Kete Asante. Afrocentricity.
Pluriversal Education - Reflection
In this video I share with you some reflections on pluriversal education.
Do You Know What is Maafa?
In this video I share with you the concept of MAAFA, which is very important for Afro-diasporics.