About

I AM A BLACK AMERIKKKAN SISTER WHO 32 YEARS AGO WENT BACK TO AFRICA/YORUBALAND NIGERIA SO THAT MY CHILDREN WILL NEVER BE SLAVES TO WHITES AND HAVE A GREAT LANGUAGE AND CULTURE.

61 Responses to “About”

  1. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    This is a site to preserve and protect Black Culture worldwide.It is endangered both in Africa and in the Diaspora and we will fight to save Black Culture and the Black Race everywhere.

    I am a Blackamerikkkan Sister who 28 years ago went “BACK TO AFRICA” AS Marcus Garvey inspired me to to raise 4 of my 5 children as Yorubas in Yorubaland,Nigeria. They have the language and culture thanks to my sacrifice and every Black person everywhere must do that for their children no matter where they are in white countries all over the world!

    • Tammy Collins Says:

      It’s true we are the only race went into captivity and our forefathers crossed the red sea they were all blacks. It was Gods people who were in bondage he brought ur out then and dont think he is not going to bring his people out from Babylon think again Jeremiah 29: 14.

  2. Ayoola Ali Says:

    I will like too get a copy ofPositive Polygamy; An African Manual Of Practice by Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade.
    Please let me also know the price.
    Ayoola.

  3. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    BROTHER AYOOLA, ‘MA BINU. I AM STILL WRITING THIS BOOK. BUT BECAUSE YOU HAVE NOW ASKED FOR IT THAT MEANS OLODUMARE WANTS ME TO FINISH IT. SO WATCH OUT BEFORE 2 MONTHS I WILL DO THAT NI AGBARA OLUWA!

  4. Ayoola Ali Says:

    Thanks for your effort you can count on me to be one of your first reader of the book when done.
    I will like to know more about you, is there a site on the wed where your profile is posted.
    Thanks again,
    Ayo

    • Ajibade olusegun festus Says:

      Ma i’m jst open this site for the first time&i will like to be part of people who are fighting for black culture,because i’m also a Yoruba scholar.please help me on how to be part of you.thanks

  5. Dimitris Says:

    I was dissapointed not to find a section entitled THE ANCIENT GREEKS WERE BLACK! Please rectify that ommision at your earliest convenience. Thank you for your time.

  6. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    Dimitris,Too bad you don’t like the BLACK TRUTH! But the Greeks are clearly mulattos mixed with BLACKS a long time ago.

  7. iyanda olufemi emmanuel Says:

    yeye,
    how are you. i have known you since 1989 when i was a student of osun state college of education, ila orangun, then you were one of our library workers. then again we met in lagos sometimes in the year 2002 at alaroye office. then i was working with the alaroye. now as a sojourner in europe (italy to be precise) i now see that we can do more to rejuvenate awareness about the dwindling fortune of yoruba language and culture. you may be pleased to send your e mail address to me so that we can discuss further. as a yoruba teacher and journalist, we can do something togerther.
    femi,
    parma, italy

  8. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    Brother Femi,omo mi,’pele o. O ku jo meta o! O se gan. Mo’nbo. Mo fe e-mail kiakia! E ba mi ki le o!
    E mi ni,
    Iya rere
    (Just greeting him in Yoruba as one of the students at the College I work as Librarian for in Yorubaland. That I will get in touch)

  9. Darrell Davis Says:

    You need a catagory of
    ‘Blacks/Africa in Science, Engineering, & Mathematics
    (throughout the African Diaspora)

    Below is a list of links and books on the history of the subject.
    I hope this will be of help and more blacks need to get into this subject.
    E-mail me and tell me what do you think.

    http://www.math.buffalo.edu/mad/Ancient-Africa/index.html

    http://www.africa.upenn.edu/Bibliography/African_Origins_Math.html

    http://www.saxakali.com/COLOR_ASP/african.htm

    http://www.cwo.com/~lucumi/science.html

    http://www.cwo.com/~lucumi/runoko.html (MAIN PAGE)

    http://www.pps.k12.or.us/depts-c/mc-me/essays-5.php (main page)

    http://www.pps.k12.or.us/depts-c/mc-me/be-af-sc.pdf

    http://www.pps.k12.or.us/depts-c/mc-me/be-af-ma.pdf

    African Fractals
    http://www.rpi.edu/~eglash/eglash.dir/afractal/afractal.htm

    ————————————————————————-
    Dr. Finch is currently Director of Internation Health at the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta. He maintains an active lecture schedule and leads tours to Africa periodically. He was one of the organizers of the first-ever Senegalese Ndepp healing ceremony in America, “Coumba Lamba USA,” held on St. Helena Island, South Carolina, in August 1996.

    Book by Charles S. Finch III

    Star of Deep Beginnings: The Genesis of African
    Science and Technology

    The prototechnology of the modern world is traceable to
    iron ore mining 43,00 years ago in southern africa and to
    the emergence of protomathmatics from Africa’s Great
    Lakes region over 25,000 years ago. From these
    Paleolithic beginnings, science and technology underwent a
    steady development in Africa, and the remotest origins of
    formal mathematics, astronomy, engineering, architecture,
    navigation, and map-making can be found there.
    Moreover, in the cosmo-conception of the Dogon of Mali,
    there are distinct elements of knowledge that seem t ohave
    anticipated some of the most advanced concepts of
    modern physics. Outside the Nile Valley, 95% of the
    known archaeological sites in Africa have remained
    untouched by the spade. When the systematic work of
    archaeological recovery of Africa’s past begins in earnest,
    more astonishing facts about African science and
    technology are bound to coome to light.
    $22 US (Science, History) ISBN 0-9639444-3-2

    Echoes of The Darkland: Themes from the African Eden

    Echoes of the Darkland is the first original book by Dr. Charles S. Finch III in
    which the author attempts to trace the origin an evolution of humanity, its
    culture, myths, and religion in Africa in light of modern findings. Dr. Finch has
    been engaged in private research into African antiquities, comparitive myth and
    religion, and anthropology since 1971 and this book represents a kind of
    overview of that 20 year period of study. Such a study was neccessarily
    private because of the use of special data and the methods handling disparate
    materials demonstrated in this book are seldom, if ever, to be encountered in
    the ordinary academic setting.
    $20.00 US (History, Religion)

    African Background to Medical Science: Essays on African History,
    Science & Civilizations
    ISBN – 0907015638
    $20.00

    Afrikan Dieli Import Warehouse * 840 R.D. Abernathy Blvd, SW * Atlanta, Ga 30310 *
    404.753.8933

  10. DORIS COLEMAN Says:

    THANK YOU FOR THE INFORMATION AND RESEARCH YOU DO, I LOVE THE FINAL CALL NEWSPAPER.

  11. Darrell Davis Says:

    To all of my brothers and sisters I have always sent information so that you can learn about your black heritage. This e-mail is of a warning. You won’t beleave this. There is a company that is making sunglasses with melanin in it. I sent the link. Question: “How are they getting the melanin by manufacturing or harvesting?”

    http://www.trucolor.com

  12. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    Sister Doris, so glad you appreciate what we are doing for the BLACK RACE. Each of us must do things we can do to uplift the Race too.

  13. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    Brother Darrell, E se(thanks in Yoruba) for your wonderful additions to YOUR blog!

  14. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    Brother Darrell, we have just posted your WARNING TO ALL BLACK PEOPLE! OLODUMARE ASE!(GOD IS IN CONTROL AND WILL DESTROY SUCH EVIL THOUGHTS/ACTIONS AGAINST BLACK PEOPLE!)

  15. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    SISTER DORIS, be patient with us,as we will get someone to help us post THE FINAL CALL’S HEADLINES FOR US SOON!

  16. DARRELL DAVIS Says:

    Thank you so much. That means alot to me.
    Hotep to you,
    Darrell Davis

  17. DARRELL DAVIS Says:

    Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present
    by Harriet A. Washington (Author)

    Medical Apartheid Web Site Link
    http://www.s193082824.onlinehome.us

  18. Darrell Davis Says:

    Oh my…You’ve got to look at this lecture!!!!!!
    The Planned Distruction of Black People called
    The King Alfred Plan and REX 84

    Their are 6 parts. I will give you the first 3

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BB1h2WEXljE (part 1)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UosWNYom0II&feature=related (part 2)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JKar2wcbO8&feature=related (part 3)

  19. charismaallover Says:

    Hello, how are you? Thank you very much for your comment. I am so glad to help you out. Did you
    get my email?

  20. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    Sister Charismallover,Got your e-mail. My problem is I need my own equipment and internet connection to reply all these wonderful BLACK people instead of using old machines in cybercafes which are expensive and break down or are never up! Olodumare Ase!(God will do it!).Still want to write you about a few changes. BLACK On Sister!Your site is fabulously BLACK and proud!

  21. charismaallover Says:

    E se gan. I appreciate your comments. I would enjoy learning more yoruba. If you wanted to know a great service for broadband. There is a place that offers broadband at a low price of $14.95. Dial up is terrible. Here is the link for broadband:

    http://www.connectmyhighspeed.com/sbcyahoo/index.html?mrc=ps-cmhs-g-scb+yahoo

    Okay, whatever you want me to change let me know,
    Yeye. You also said you need help with your blog.
    I can help you. What do you need help with?
    Have you ever put your posts in part 1? and the
    other in part 2?

  22. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    What does post in part l mean?Look at my blog and see what help I need without paying dollars which I don’t have!

  23. charismaallover Says:

    Oh, I just check to see your question . I mean have you ever
    wrote about something like this?:

    Black woman skater named Surya Bonaly Part 1
    Black woman skater named Surya Bonaly Part 2

    The only reason people post part 1 and part 2
    is because they try to break up the text So it
    won’t seem like it’s alot. Sometimes people
    get lazy and only read short posts. That’s what
    I read on a blogging tips site.

  24. charismaallover Says:

    Ot’ojo meta

  25. charismaallover Says:

    If you want to use pictures for your blog, you can get photo codes to put in your blog post from photobucket.com and webshots.com.

    The codes will be underneath the photo, so highlight the code
    and copy it.when you click the
    word “WRITE” to type in your post, click code and paste the
    code.

  26. charismaallover Says:

    If you want to use pictures for your blog, you can get photo codes to put in your blog post from photobucket.com and webshots.com.

    The codes will be underneath the photo, so highlight the code
    and copy it.when you click the
    word “WRITE” to type in your post, click code and paste the
    code.

  27. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    Sister charismallover, o ku jo meta o! Se da da ni?(How are you?) I will soon be selling Yoruba tapes to learn Yoruba since Yoruba has turned out to be the number one topic on my blog! Did you see my e’mails sent to your box? What I need you to do is put some photos on my blog cause I don’t understand it and I don’t have any one here now to help me. I will e-mail you about this. As for this Sister Skater send it to me so I can see it!

  28. charismaallover Says:

    Hello Sister Yeye. I will advertise those yoruba tapes for you.
    If you have a picture, I will put the picture of the tape in
    my blog. Then I will outline and put whatever information you
    want in it. That’s if you want me to advertise the yoruba tapes.
    That’s really cool. Yes, I got your emails.

    I will definitely put the photos on your blog. I will help you with ANYTHING you need help with. WHat photos do you want on your blog? If you send
    the photos by email I can put them up for you. What do you want
    me to send you?

  29. charismaallover Says:

    Did you get my emails?

  30. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    I saw some. Forgot to answer about the YORUBA TAPES.Beni(YES!) you should advertise them. NOW I SAW the one about my purple picture. Will send you the one on tape info and did you remove those Sisters who have NOT
    reached the BLACK Skinned level?O SE FOR THE BEAUTIFUL PHOTOS. NOW ADD SOME OF ALEC WEK AND HER BLACK AND BEAUTIFUL SHELF AND VENUS AND SERENA WITH BRAIDS YOU DIG! O SE O OMO MI DAADAA!

  31. charismaallover Says:

    I need some information so I can add your picture. Send me an email.

  32. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    Omo mi , m’bo(I’m coming),nisinsin(right now)! E-mail it is!

  33. charismaallover Says:

    Oh, I’m so glad it worked! Great picture!

  34. charismaallover Says:

    What’s been going on?

  35. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    O se gan omo mi daadaa! It looks great-Odara pupo!(It is very good!)

  36. charismaallover Says:

    I’m glad to help you.

  37. charismaallover Says:

    Let me know if those pictures I sent are the ones you want

  38. charismaallover Says:

    You always do such a great job and you find the best posts for your site.

    • Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

      Iya ati omo(Mother and child!) we are. The Difference between my site and yours is that you do original writings which are so inspiring! I on the other hand am posting many great Black thinkers like you on my site and generally not composing! You are our Black Future.And with young Blacks like you around we are going to raise again!

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  40. yemitom Says:

    I would really appreciate your help with answers to some questions, and from your posts I feel you are quite intimate with everything Yoruba. I could not find the right post in which to ask them.

    (1) Can you help me with the meaning of Dawodu (Daodu)? For instance, the meaning of Dabiri can be derived from ‘Da-ibi-ri’.
    (2) Under what circumstances can the name be Oruko Amutorunwa?
    (3) Do you know of any oriki in which the name Dawodu features prominently?

    I ask because I want to better understand the person of Oba Dawodu who is widely known today as David and who was the father of Solomon.

    Regards,
    YemiTom

  41. Tree of Bezal-El Says:

    I am enterested in where you received your info? Should I refer to God as Yah or should I call Him God, or Jesus. I want to know my true heritage. Who am I? Because of my extreme craving for the arts, I am an avid painter. It calms me. It is my excistance. So I paint. And I only assume that I am from this tribe but I want to know for sure. What was the language? Where was home?

  42. yemitom Says:

    Egbon (pls, I don’t yet know the appropriate salutation to use),

    Olodumare has given me the meaning of Daodu/Dawodu. It is “Eni to da odu (le). I have discussed it on my blog (http://yemitom.wordpress.com/2012/02/24/the-name-is-dawodu-not-david-part-ii/).

    There is information that I’m sure you would be interested in:
    1) http://dierklange.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=18&Itemid=35

    including an anthropology paper published in 1011 by a German, “Origin of the Yoruba and the ‘Lost Tribes of Israel” (http://dierklange.com/pdf/LOST_TRIBES_OF_ISRAEL.pdf)

    Regards

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  44. Eddie donahoo- ka heru Says:

    Wow great sister how can I subscribe

  45. Eddie donahoo- ka heru Says:

    Wow I want to learn more

  46. kelley hargraves Says:

    Im 30 an all my life i knew i had a purpose that was missing that was stole something over powering I have seeked an i have found me a hebrew isarelite i am as a babe but I have the will to learn cuz i am already n love that I have found him

  47. Adam . T. Mallett Says:

    I am of Barbadian descent born in Toronto Canada I and am coloured actually our family has been since 1782 , i have the slave document. Ilive in Canada and have been involved in a custody battle for my son. He is the spitting image of me ,for some reason the mother got pregnant she a white girl and decided to run back to Newfoundland and put a white mans name on him and baptise him they trying to pass him off as a white child.
    Among other things the mother posted my sons picture
    on a kkk website and stated in court she had never
    heard of the kkk. The judge in his final ruling cited that
    he is ” extremely concerned about the black heritage
    and culture and my family being present around my
    son”.
    The mother also stated that because of my close connections with Barbados that it was my intention to abduct my son her lawyer echoed this concern apparently he believes Bajans abduct children, the judge then lied saying my father is in Barbados when i testified he was in Canada and terminally ill apparently the jusdge used this as an excuse to not allow my now deceased father to see his only grandson.
    I am very proud of my black heritage but i am not allowed to teach my son the judge has made the mother and h boyfriend now husband cultural supervisors and they will determine what, when and where my son can learn about his race.
    The judge describes me as a self identified black person.
    I have no criminal record and work as an electrician in canadaand have been a foster parent but am not allow to see my son unless i show the man who put his name on my son appropriate respect and that it is in my sons best interest that this man who committed fraud keeps his name on my son he says me wanting my name on my son is chauvanistic towards the mothers choice.
    I fight on i will not let whites tell me who or what i am or what i can teach my son, this white man owns my child . They treat us as slaves still and say i must accept them hurting my son , NO MORE.

  48. Laura Ambrose Says:

    I hope this gets to Shahrazad Ali gets this, because she’s such a coward there’s no way to contact her! If I were black, I would think she is a complete embarrassment to the entire race!! Does she just sit at home and think of things she can whine about and spew about how blacks are treated so poorly??? That lady is pathetic!! I’d like to ask if she was a slave??????? No, so shut up and let the country move on because you & the blacks like you are who REALLY cause the problems!!! WHAH WHAH WHAH WHAH!!!!!!
    SHUT UP!!!!!!!

  49. Terry Nales Says:

    What are your beliefs on religion

  50. Adeyinka Fabayo Says:

    Yeye hope u can still remenber me am the artst that got gallery in Ila the do u remenber u asked me to carve black Jesus for u. I m very happy to know u are still on course.

  51. precious Says:

    hello,iv been using bio-clear for 3 years now n now all my skin is full of stretch marks and i have been trying to use all sort of tussue-oil it doesnt remove them and the moment i stop using bio-clear my skin changes to black n gives rush what can i do to stop this stretch marks………need help

  52. Chidi Says:

    You seems not to have an e-mail nor phone number listed here, pls how can one contact you? It’s very urgent. Let’s talk by my email mylexy@icloud.com.
    Thanks !

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