Tag Archives: Diop Adisa

Still Shinin: The Documentary

I’ve written a great deal about the Kheprw Institute (KI), who has partnered with North Meadow Circle of Friends on the AFSC program, Quaker Social Change Ministry.  In this article that was published in NUVO magazine, Diop Adisa talks about … Continue reading

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Diop Is Going to London

I’ve written a lot about my experiences with the Kheprw Institute (KI), a Black youth mentoring and empowerment community in Indianapolis. A key person in that story and community is Diop Adisa, who became a very good friend of mine.  … Continue reading

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“We were all humans until…”

“We were all humans until race disconnected us, religion separated us, and wealth classified us.” Pravinee Hurbungs My friends Diop Adisa and Ra Wyse from the Kheprw Institute (KI) in Indianapolis let me know about the short film “Bluebird” by … Continue reading

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The Artistic Excellence of Black Music

“So how do we respond to our dark times? The greatest tradition of prophetic fightback in the American empire is the black freedom struggle. The greatest tradition of moral and spiritual fortitude in the American empire is the black musical … Continue reading

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Diop Adisa

I’ve written a great deal about the Kheprw Institute (KI), who has partnered with North Meadow Circle of Friends on the AFSC program, Quaker Social Change Ministry.  In the article below that was just published in NUVO magazine, Diop Adisa … Continue reading

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