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Upcoming Online Courses

In order to continue empowering Black people and others in how to increase social justice knowledge and awareness to combat current political tides worldwide and still take care of yourself, I ❤️ Black People  has organized two online courses. One on Pan African Organizing, taught by Dr. Tyrene Wright, international author and activist will teach you to how to organize online. The other course, taught by African Queen Mother Nana Akua N. Zenzele, who has multiple degrees in holistic healing and well-being, will teach you natural ways to prevent illness and keep yourself healthy and well. Because these courses are taught online, participants may take them at their own pace. Each course should take about 60 minutes to complete.

To access training, please provide the following details:


Pan African Organizing Class with Dr. Tyrene Wright

Dr. Tyrene Wright, author of “Booker T. Washington and Aftrica: The Making Of A Pan Africanist,” is hosting an online class on Pan African Organizing so the Diaspora can learn from experienced activists how you can leverage today’s technology to mobilize and organize communities online. Imagine not only building your own social justice knowledge, but also empowering Black people globally to live fearlessly and confidently so that their needs, desires, and
experiences are centered and valued. You can learn how to mobilize a social justice movement using technology. Globalization and international technology have made it possible for people and communities to connect and develop movements worldwide. By taking this course, you can become part of this historic movement.

When you take this self-guided training class, you will learn how to do the following:

● Build a community online.
● Collectively empower your community toward social justice and activism.
● Create a cultural legacy that will carry the Diaspora together into the future.
● Learn why you are stronger as a united front.
● Help Diaspora Africans live in inclusive empowerment.
● Encourage self-sufficiency and economic prosperity for the future.
● Decolonizing Perspectives
● Inclusive Empowerment Why this is important:
● Currently, the oppressive systems of white supremacy, Imperialism, Patriarchal misogyny, and unfair policing leave African Diaspora feeling unsafe.
● Africans and African Diaspora deserve to feel safe.
● Technology offers the opportunity for communities to form online and have a national presence.
● You can help eliminate racism and xenophobia.
● You can build a legacy network that will live on for many decades

Traditional Medicines seminar with Nana Akua N. Zenzele

We are now offering a traditional Medicines seminar with Nana Akua N. Zenzele,
renowned Traditional Healer and Herbalist.

Nana Akua N. Zenzele is a Traditional Healer, Criminal Justice Professional,
Philanthropist, Minister, and African Queen Mother. Nana Akua received her degrees from Howard University (BA, 1994), University of Baltimore (MS, 1995) and the Herbal Healer Academy (ND, 1999).

Nana Akua is the Founder/Director of the Natural Path Holistic Wellness Center, LLC and has been studying and using natural medicine for over two decades. You can learn how to take care of yourself holistically by learning techniques online. Globalization and international technology have made it possible for people and communities to connect and develop movements worldwide. By taking this course, you can learn how to prevent illness, regain, and maintain health

When you take this self-guided training class, you will learn how to do the following:

● How you can prevent illness holistically.
● Collectively empower your community toward living more holistically and with fewer chemicals.
● Create a cultural legacy that will carry the Diaspora together into the future.
● Learn why you are stronger as a united front.
● Help Diaspora Africans live in inclusive empowerment.
● Encourage self-sufficiency and economic prosperity for the future.
● Why continuous wellness is important, particularly for Black people.
● Inclusive Empowerment through wellness. Why this is important:
● Medical practices do not always treat Black people the same as white people.
● Africans and African Diaspora deserve to feel safe.
● Technology offers the opportunity for communities to form online and have a national presence.
● Science has shown that efforts such as guided meditation and relaxation can reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and help you live longer.
● Learn about different herbs and how they work together to prevent and heal illness and keep your immune system strong.
● You can build a legacy network that will live on for many decades.

Conclusion:

At the conclusion of each course, you will receive an official, frameable certificate of completion of mastery of the concepts by I Love Black People. This movement invites you to positively impact the experiences and outcomes of Black People globally through facilitating safety, freedom of movement and Black sovereignty.
Safety is a basic human right and need. Black people are routinely denied this human right and not afforded justice when their safety is challenged. Black people are continually shown that they are unsafe in a society in that demonizes through racial profiling, while knowing that the police, authorities, and institutions will harm them rather than protect them and that they will not be held to account when they do. Black people are stereotyped and typecast that results in them being minimized, marginalized, dismissed, undervalued and de-humanized. All these factors result in reduced freedom of movement, exposure, and opportunities. Learning to take better care of yourself and helping to teach others the same can leave a lasting legacy. Guided meditation and relaxation can help re-center those who are disenfranchised by an unfair society. Register today! I Love Black People empowers Black people to live fearlessly to make collective Black Sovereignty a global reality.