Saturday, March 9, 2019

Per Ankh 3-10-19 @ 11:30 am


Wednesday, March 6, 2019

GNJ Mall - March 30

It is time for another Market Day. Come out and support your community by shopping, networking and meeting new people. Last months GNJ Mall was great, but each month we will strive to make it greater. Our goal is to build this community market to the point where we are able to bring at least 1000 people out per month, and of course we need your help to make this happen. If each person that views this post would share it with 7 other people we can reach that number by July.
We also will be having our "Movie & Discussion" from 3-6pm. $5 for adults and free for 17 & Under. The movie for this month will be "The White Man's Burden" staring Harry Belafonte & John Travolta. Come out and let us hear your voice in the conversation.

Last month we had all types of vendors, and we posted up interviews with most of them on our timeline, this month we will hit them all. Check out the flyer and join us as we Build into tomorrow.

Thursday, January 24, 2019

GNJ Community Mall


The market has always been a building block of nations throughout history. Come out and join us as we provide space for all of our communities entrepreneurs to show their products. We are offering booth space for $20 dollars, and inviting the community out to shop every last Kuumba of the month. Please come out and support our effforts as we strive to raise funds for our Warrior Training, and to support our Cultural Celebrations. If you want to vend click the link and get registered.
We also will be viewing the movie "The First Purge" and having a dynamic discussion afterwards. You will not only be able to shop but engage your mind with other members of our Tribe. The Movie will start at 3pm, so come early to get some shopping in.
We will also have Sister CLowe teaching about the African Heritage Diet as well as giving away free samples. So I hope to see your  face in the place.

Saturday, January 12, 2019

GNJ Warrior Training

FAM:
It is time for us to takeover in 2019 so feel free to join for the first Warrior Training in this new year. All ages are welcome, we just ask for an open mind and a willingness to grow, learn, share and work. Unfortunately we will not have the martial parts part but we have more than enough on the agenda to cover from 2-6pm. Also those who have anme that they want discuss get your lesson ready!!! Also prepare yourself for the market we will be building and launching in February. The next movie night is also on the way. To stay in the loop text gnj to 77292

First Per Ankh Of 2019

Unfortunately this event has been canceled. The snow caused the revolution to stall.......
#Tawivillage

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Kwanzaa 365 Contest

Kwanzaa is upon us, and I am hyped. It is time for us to reflect on our Principles, and come together to empower each other and our Culture. To help spread the excitment I have decided to have a contest, and if it is successful, extend it throughout the year.
Anyone can enter, and the winner will be selected randomly from all those that answer the question correctly. The launch will be 12-25-18 @7pm all you have to do is text "Kwanzaa365" to 77292 once the contest begin. You will be sent a question that you can answer, and if you are correct you will be entered into a random selection process. The contest will cover the first 4 days of Kwanzaa.
I hope that you will enter and demonstrate your knowledge of Kwanzaa. If you have any questions feel free to contact me, through the text number.

I wish you Peace, Power, Joy, and 1hunidyears

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Sign up For The Black Signal

Peace Fam:
It has been a struggle but I have finally figured out how to restart the "Black Signal", So take a few moments and sign in so that we can have you linked into our data base. Click the link and fill in the form and Join us on the Journey.

Friday, May 4, 2018

Daily Toast

Peace FAM:
Daily we gather aroung the "virtual community fire" known as the internet to lift our glasse to salute those who came before us. I decided that we needed to create a ritual where we lift up our personal Ancetors. My personal favorite part of libations has always been where we salute those ancestors that we rose from, and I feel that often we overlook them for the bigger names that we learn in our classes. I wanted to set a space and a time where we focused exclusively on our persoanl ancestors. In my studies I have learned that "hell (at least the closest thing we had to a hell) for an African was being forgotten." That is why I am diligent about making sure that we mention there names every morning. What started as me celebrating my ancestors turned into building up a community list, and group of people that have introduced the concept of Toasting into their lives.  Through this process which has been going on everyday for the last 17 months we have introduced the idea of using the Nguzo Saba to replace the days of the week, we discuss health and healing, and most importantly NationBuilding.
We invite you to join us as we Toast our Ancestors Umoja-Nia 5:15 am EST and Kuumba & Imani when you can catch me. We stream live on FB, spreaker.com/ha2tim, and youtube.com/ha2tim. The only thing you need is a glass, some water and a health drink for the Toast. The show last between 30 minutes & 1 hour. Come take the challenge and maybe you can become a #dailytoaster.

Thursday, May 3, 2018

Why #kwanzaa365 is on GNJ

Peace Tribe:

In GNJ we practice our principles 7 days a week. We are in a constant state of Nationbuilding. We have decided to take possesion of one of most important elements in this world, time. We have taken possession of our time, and using our principles we have structured our days into a weapon for liberation. Since days of the week are used, I figured we might as well put the principle of Kujichagulia to work, and define the days in a way that will empower us and our children. By taking possession of the days of the week, we symbolicly take control of our time, and with that our lives. We use the power to define to change  the titles of the days of the week into something that we can use to keep us grounded in our culture. Rather than calling on the names that have been given to us we use the Nguzo Saba. This plugs us into our principles which empowers us.
For those of us who take this serious, the principles are more than something that we recite during the Kwanzaa. These principles have to flood our very existence in how will deal with each other and the world. Principles inform us and link to that which is higher and that thing is culture. Culture is the driving force of a people and it is the tool that they use to elevate and maintain themselves. So join us as we strive to work and build a better future for ourselves and our children.