Welcome to the Cipher of the Master Teachers, where we exercise Knowledge, Wisdom and Understanding… Speaking Life into our communities world wide and Hip-Hop Culture!!!
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This first episode of The Cipher of the Master Teacher gives a brief introduction to your host Zulu Queen Benu Ma’at and The Phoenix Queens of the Nation Chapter of the Universal Zulu Nation
On tonight’s episode of the Cipher of the Master Teachers, Queen Benu discusses the Theory and Concept of the Phoenix Queens and shares her views and experiences on the process of attaining Spiritual Healing.
On this episode of the Cipher of the Master Teachers, Queen Benu continues her discussion on Spiritual Healing… Once you have gone thru the process of Spiritual Healing, how does one’s mindset and outlook on Life change
On this episode of Cipher of the Master Teachers, Queen Benu introduces and outlines The Theory of Collective Action – a six step process that guides the work of the Phoenix Queens of the Nation in regards to community organizing and community building.
On this episode of Cipher of the Master Teachers, Queen Benu discusses the importance of Finding Your Purpose, Your Passion, stepping out on Faith and Walking your Path of Purpose
On this episode of Cipher of the Master Teachers, Queen Benu discusses the importance of Emotional Intelligence and breaks down the 7 points of Spiritual Maturity
Hip Hop Culture is a reverberation of centuries-long resistance to oppression by Black and Brown people in the Americas. Born in the Bronx from meager beginnings; emerging from the ghetto streets plagued by poverty and violence, Hip Hop is now a medium that empowers people across the globe. However, the Hip Hop Industry and, to some degree, the world of Hip Hop Education are no longer held accountable to the people. This Program seeks to reconnect the most influential parts of Hip Hop with the streets it was born from.
– Zulu King K~Swift
The Hip-Hop Pedagogy Community Education Workshop Series is designed to promote the multidisciplinary pedagogy of Hip-Hop Culture. Recognizing Hip-Hop as a major influence on youth culture today, this workshop series will inspire participants through the Five Elements of Hip-Hop Culture. Workshops will expose families to vital resources and services that will enable them to build up themselves and surrounding community.
– Zulu Queen Benu Ma’at
Location: East Bronx Academy Community School 1716 Southern Blvd, Bronx, New York 10460
Directions: Uptown #2 and #5 Trains to 174th Street Stop
For More Information and to Sign Up for The Hip-Hop Pedagogy Community Education Workshop Series Contact:
The Phoenix Queens of the Nation @ firstname.lastname@example.org or Contact Zulu Queen Benu Ma’at @ email@example.com
Program Duration: 6 weeks Beginning Friday March 13th and Ending Friday May 1st
Workshop Series is Free And Open to the Public… All Ages Are Welcome!!!
March Dates and Times:
3/13, 3/20, 3/27 5pm – 9pm
April Dates and Times:
4/3, 4/4, or 4/10, 4/11 – Spring Break Field Trip – (Details Announced During Workshop)
4/17, 4/24 5pm – 9pm
May Dates and Times:
Program Final Project
Elements of Culture: Art Showcase and Open Mic
5/1 5pm – 9pm (Time Subject to Change)
Dear Mother Goddess
Mother Goddess who brought me to this Earth,
Dear, my mother goddess who created me from birth,
Shine your light through me first,
Because without you, the world wouldn’t be everything it’s worth,
Hold me in your arms while I awake to rebirth,
Dear Mother Goddess so beautiful and true,
As I awake I see all Five Elements and within them I see you,
From the blazing flames of fire to the water so blue,
The wind blows forever in spirit as I look at you,
My Mother Goddess so beautiful and true,
Blessed be everything I see all around me,
Blessed be the beauty of nature that surrounds me,
With my hand in yours without you I wouldn’t see,
This pinnacle of good over evil in this world of glee,
Dear Mother Goddess, I love you, blessed be.
Sunday, September 19, 2010