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Join Us For These Afronaut Club Activities
April 4 Afronaut Club Basic Survival AfriClass @3pmEST
2nd in a series of 4 Classes that started on Sunday March 7, 2021 @ 3pm EST Online
AfriClass: Afrikan Family Sur-Thri-Val & Preparedness with Baba Amenseph!
New! This timely 4-part series of critically important sur-thri-val classes begins on March 7, 2021. Baba Amenseph will be back with us again to teach BASIC SURVIVAL skills for the whole family! If you need to create a family emergency preparedness plan this class is for you.
Families That Learn Together Sur-Thr-Ive
– A collaboration between Blk To Ntr and Maroon Life Learning
4 Sundays 3:00pm – 4:30pm EST
March 7, April 4, May 2, June 13 – Registration is still open!
$45 per family for all 3 sessions *
$36 per family (20% off) for Afronaut Club Members*
Baba Ameneseph is a Husband, Father and Grandfather who is committed to the Love and Union of Family. As an entrepreneur he is the Guardian Director of “The Harambee Connection” – Non Profit Org and Administrative Host of “The HC Media Network”; Founder/Instructor of “Black to Ntr” Survival & Preparedness and is a Certified Firearms Instructor – “Akoben Solutions“. Baba Amenseph is a student/researcher of Afrikan Historiography, Culture and Spirituality; and is dedicated to providing resources and connections to Afrikan Centered Education as well as being a practitioner in Holistic Care Management. Baba Amenseph will be sharing great information on how we can not just survive this pandemic and all that it brings, but SUR-THRIVE! Join us – YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS
Began Sunday March 7 , 2021 @3pm
Sunday, April 11, 2021 @ 3pm EST Online
Online Safety – A Conversation with Tiffany Thompson –
Tiffany Thompson is an Educator, Instructional Technology Specialist, Microsoft Master Trainer and Expert, Online Content Developer, Accessibility & Inclusion Consultant, Workshop Facilitator and Adjunct Instructor. One of Our Own Afronaut Club Parents.
Great for The Whole Afronaut Family to Attend!
Check out her website:Instructional Technology Consulting | Digital Scholars Consulting
Can you draw this Lusona?
What is a Lusona? (sona – plural; lusona – singular) It is an ancient story telling geometric art form of the Tchokwe people from central Africa. The Lusona above represents friendship. It may look easy to draw but, there are rules.
1. Start out by drawing the dots as shown on the upper left hand side of the picture.
2. Pick a starting point and try to draw a line around all the dots to create the pattern shown on the picture on the right.
Note! Once your pencil is touching the paper you cannot lift it up nor can you retrace or backtrack over a line you have already drawn. You can however cross over lines.
To learn more about Sona check out this month’s newsletter!
Make sure to share a picture with us for next month’s newsletter!
When you find these signs of Spring, take a picture and email them to me firstname.lastname@example.org These pictures will be in next months Newsletter and if you get them all you will win a “Sharp Eyes Badge”.
Join me for some Art Fun! Relaxing Fun for Everybody!
Sunday, April 25, @3pm EST Online – Free and Open to the public
What are People Saying…
“I liked her activities, She had terrific teaching energy and she was exciting.”
“SUPER FUN AND INTERACTIVE!”
“I learned about the Africans all over the world.”
“She kept me interested with new information”
“I learned that things are not always what they look like”
“The strengths were the songs and presentations”
“Mama Njeri knows a lot about history, she makes the classes fun and interesting. “
Sharpen your eyes and tune your ears, So you know what you see, Understand what you hear..Listervelt Middleton