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Sons and Daughters of Africa in Partnership with Jah Kente International
hosts the First Ever Ma'at Conference in
Washington, DC

 

CONTACT:  Abena Asantewaa                             FOR IMMEDIATE RELASE: April 20, 2016

(202) 829-1160

jahkente@aol.com 

Sons and Daughters of African Bring the First Ever Ma’at Conference to Washington, DC
Washington, D.C. – August 26,  2016 — Sons and Daughter of Africa (SADA) together with Jah Kente International, Incorporated (JKI) will hold the first ever Ma’at Conference, at the Thurgood Marshall Center, 1816 12th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20009, from 6pm to 9pm, featuring Young Pharaoh, Agoddess, NationHouse School, Ujamaa Shule, Kuumba Learning Center and Roots Public Charter School.

What is Ma’at? Written at least 2,000 years before the Ten Commandments of Moses, the 42 Principles of Ma’at are one of Africa’s, and the worlds, oldest source of moral and spiritual instruction and the foundation of natural and social order and unity. Ma’at is the Ancient Egyptian divine principles of truth, justice, righteousness, balance, order, harmony, and reciprocity. Ancient Africans developed a humane system of thought and conduct which has been recorded in volumes of African wisdom literature, such as, the Book of Coming Forth by Day (the so-called Book of the Dead),  and in the teachings of Ptah-Hotep, the writings of Ani, Amenemope, Merikare, and others.

Our featured speaker, Young Pharaoh, will speak on “The Biological Computer: Re- ORIGINATING THE AFRICAN MIND”.  In his presentation, Pharaoh breaks down not one, but, the many chambers of the mind showing how we, the African people, have been manipulated and psychologically reinstalled to fit the evil agenda of White Supremacy.  “The mind is the guide that leads oneself to the different planes of existence within the body”, says Pharaoh.  The goal of his presentation is to re-program the African mind back to its original state, which is the highest level of cosmic frequency.”

Agoddess’ lecture will focus on “Raising the Feminine Energy”.  She will disclose (1) Who is Maat  (2) Who we are (3) The balance (4) Our divine spirituality (5) Falling in love with you (6) Our role in re-establishing the laws of nature  (7) Reversing our mental disease of disunity and (8) Re-building our sisterhood.

Agoddess lives by this quote “With great power, comes great responsibility”.  She knows by choosing this path that greater sacrifices will be made to fulfill her calling on this realm. She states. “As long as my soul thrives in this vessel, I shall walk in the ways of the great ones”.

Joining this conference, via skype, are Philemon Tontoh and Godslove Antwi, President and Vice President, SADA Ghana Chapter.  There discussion will focus on “Africans Know Thyself”.

SADA and JKI’s mission and goals, with the MA’AT Conference Speaker Series, is to encourage our educators to establish African Centered Primary Schools, whereby our children, from Africa to America, will learn about the African’s contribution to the world, past and present; to reverse the school-to-prison pipeline, for our children, going from African Centered Primary School to Historical Black College and University (HBCU), and then on to become leaders and members of  Black organizations, associations, educators, politicians, doctors, lawyers, artists and entrepreneurs who serve the global Black community. 

Also featured at the Ma’at Conference are our four Afrikan Centered Schools: Ujamaa Shule found in 1968, NationHouse found July 1974, Kuumba Learning Center found in 1996 and Roots Public Charter found in 1999, located in Washington, DC.  These schools invoke the spirit of Sankofa which emphasizes living in the present and learning from the past; and the tenants of Ma’at which is the balance needed to restore public confidence and promote the psychological and fiscal prosperity between our people and our leaders.

We want to see you, your family and friends at the Ma’at Conference, Friday, August 26, 2016, 6pm to 9pm, be awakened by Young Pharaoh and Agoddess and learn how to support our Afrikan Centered Schools with your dollars.


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WHEN

Friday, August 26, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)

WHERE

The Thurgood Marshall Center - 1816 12th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20009
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LINKS

MA'AT Flyer

Advertising Letter & Sponsor Letter pdf

SADA Advertisement/Sponsor Forms pdf

African Centered Primary Schools List pdf

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