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A Response to the Accord of the Oba Oriate

Thursday, June 17, 2010

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A Response to the Accord of the Oba Oriate

What are the true intention of the Accord? Awo Ifakolade offers his perspective.

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How Should We Answer the Oba Oriates on Their Manifesto Statement and Accord?

Monday, June 14, 2010

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How Should We Answer the Oba Oriates on Their Manifesto Statement and Accord?

The Accord of Oba Oriatés of South Florida violates the tenets of Ifa and Orisa.

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Lucumi Attempt to Bury African Origins of Orisa Worship

Monday, June 14, 2010

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Lucumi Attempt to Bury African Origins of Orisa Worship

This accord is a racist, amoral and violent attempt at quelling interest among White Latinos in working working with African priests and killing the desire among Diasporan Africans to connect with their roots.

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Bahia Gov’t Confisicates Anti-Candomble Book

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

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Bahia Gov’t Confisicates Anti-Candomble Book

The state of Bahia in Brazil has confiscated all copies of the book "Yes, Yes! No, No! Reflections on Healing and Liberation" on the grounds that it makes false and prejudicial statements about the Afro-Brazilian religions of Candomble and Umbanda, and incites readers to destroy their objects of worship in the name of Catholicism.

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How Does Corpus of Ifa Identify and Removed the Effects of Racism, Colonialism?

Thursday, June 5, 2008

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How Does Corpus of Ifa Identify and Removed the Effects of Racism, Colonialism?

Recently, the question of, "How does the Corpus of Ifa identify and remove the effects of Racism, colonialism etc", have been the subject of discussion amongst Ifa Priest here in the United States and Nigeria because of problems with the US Embassy in Lagos.

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Animal sacrifice all in a day’s work

Thursday, June 5, 2008

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Animal sacrifice all in a day’s work

''We really need more cultural sensitivity,'' said Jackie Ben, a longtime Santería priestess. ``Officers need to be educated..."

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A Debt Paid In Full: Latin & African-American Relations within the Orisa Community

Thursday, June 5, 2008

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A Debt Paid In Full: Latin & African-American Relations within the Orisa Community

The relationship between Orisa devotees of Latin and African-American heritage has been fragile at times, particularly, where politics, history and race are concerned.

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