August 2010 – 2nd Annual Nat Turner Day Weekend Celebration
Posted on August 1st, 2010

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2nd Annual Nat Turner Day Weekend Celebration
Sponsored by: Khildren of Southampton (KOS)
Nat Turner Day Information

It’s that time again.  Afrikans from around the country are preparing to converge on Philadelphia, PA.  Khildren of Southampton (KOS), our Sister organization, is throwing their 2nd Annual Nat Turner Day Weekend Celebration.  This year’s celebration is from Friday August 20, 2010 – Sunday August 22, 2010.

You want to make this event and bring your entire Black family.  Not only will there be Afrikan Nationalist brother and sisterhood; but there will be a film screening on the horrors of slavery, dynamic Black empowerment lectures, an Afrikan Insurrection Muzikal (AIM), and a live AIM concert with a live band.  The total cost of all of the activities for the weekend is $50 for adults and $25 for children and elders.

Check out the line up:
MC for the weekend:        
Professor Griff
from Public Enemy


Friday Night feature:        
Umar Johnson – The Most Dynamic Child Psychologist of Our Time
lecture:  “Amerikkka’s Attempt to Suppress the Revolutionary Black Male Spirit”


Saturday Main Features:
Universal Afrikan Dance and Drum Ensemble

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Sister Nefertari Nzingha – Leader of Khildren of Southampton (KOS)lecture:  Darkskinned vs. Lightskinned: 500 Years of Self-Hatred
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Gwen Ragsdale – Lest We Forget, Black Holocaust Museum of Slavery
screening:  My Slave Sister, Myself
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The Irritated Genie of Soufeese of War on the Horizon (WOH)
lecture: Race War – The Final Resolution
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Brothas Keepa World Premiere of Afrikan Insurrection Muzikal
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Sunday Main Features
Professor Griff – Public Enemy
lecture: Exposing the Hip-Hop Industry

Brothas Keepa Afrikan Insurrection Muzik Concert

Listen to their unreleased single – Haiti Makes Me a Killer below:

Haiti Makes Me a Killer – Scensored


Register for the Nat Turner Weekend Celebration now and . . . . . . .


We’ll See You on the Battlefield!


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  •   August 15th, 2010 rudeboi Says:

    Peace Black family, I wish I could be up there with you all to celebrate this great ancestor. I wish you much success with this gathering. You here at make me feel all is not lost in this Negro madness infested, homo nastiness, devil worshiping place called America. Please Brotha, keep setting fires no matter what happens and no matter how they try to shut you up. Black folk and this “it don’t matter about race” thing that MTV and BET push on our young ones make’s me sick. It does nothing but keep them off guard and open to assault. The older ones too, telling their children to not look at race but the person, all while them crackers see you as a n gger. I’m with you Brotha and I don’t give a damn what may come, I’m by your side.

  •   October 27th, 2010 ERM Says:

    One of these days I will take my nephews to this event to be strong & be proud of their roots forever.


  •   December 29th, 2010 juan Says:

    im a white homosexual and i want the skinny bony weak white man put out cause we are weak physically and sexually compared to you people.and it will happen.ive known for years.we have low birth rates even falling rates.white men are sterile and have falling sperm counts and low testosterone which makes us small muscled and skinny and femenized.we cant satisfy our women so they look to the black race.

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    My Slave Sister Myself is a Documentary, Short, Drama Video of 2009 made in USA. Here you can see online its cover, plot summary, cast, directors, trailers, awards and more….

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