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AN AFRIKAN-CENTRED HAVEN OF SPIRIT - CULTURE - LEARNING 


STUDY PROGRAMMES 

ENROL FOR 2018 NOW with options available for an immediate start and flexible approach to learning. From short programmes to the more extensive 30 session plan - these programmes are highly engaging. With an immediate start option -Learning programmes can now be accessed throughout the year so you won't have to wait for a traditional term start in the Autumn. You can even get a gift voucher for a family member, friend or colleague. Family and friends group discounts are also available. Don't delay ENROL TODAY for essential empowerment!!!!


The Afrikan World Studies Programmes offer learning that is rich in content. These programmes also provide the opportunity for investment into essential learning experience with options for advancement through three levels. This is a wonderful opportunity to engage in a  exclusive and progressive empowerment through a transformational learning experience.

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AFRIKAN WORLD STUDIES PROGRAMMES


These are engaging, thought provoking programmes that are totally independent thus ensuring integrity of content is secured. As such these programmes carry no 'mainstream' accreditation. Certificates of attendance are offered upon completion. 


LEARNING IS KEY!!!

FOUNDATION LEVEL

ENROL NOW for Thursday Study 7pm

 

This course introduces the learner to Afrikan history from ancient times to the contemporary period. It provides key insights into the arenas of Governance, Psychology, Sociology, Production and Religion. The course assumes no prior knowledge of the subject areas but the learner is guided through a comprehensive series of content from the Afrikan world experience.

Introduction Class 1
History: Classes 2-12
Governance Classes 13-15

Sociology: Classes 16-18
Psychology: Classes 19-21
Production: Classes 22-24
Religion: Classes 25-29
Discussion: Class 30


Each session is scheduled for 2hrs. {Though some sessions may be extended}


Weekday session study options also available. Please make contact for specific times available for study at this level.


 

ADVANCED LEVEL

Enrol Now for Tuesday Study 7pm


Advanced Afrikan World Studies is a discipline that covers History, Sociology, Psychology, Governance and Religion. It also introduces areas in addition to those covered at Foundation Level including Literature and Economics. The subject matter is carefully selected to be of relevance or interest to the Afrikan World experience


Each session is scheduled for 2hrs {Though some sessions may be extended}. A number of study times are also available. 



It is recommended that entry onto this programme is preceded by completion of study at Foundation level. 


If you would like to discuss entry onto this important programme, please do make contact.



 

EMINENT LEVEL 



Eminent Level Afrikan World Studies is a discipline that covers are range of subjects concerning the Afrikan experience. It also introduces new areas such as: Divinity; Culture; Language; Physiology and Health; Media and Information Technology. The subject matter is carefully selected for its relevance in addressing issues in the Afrikan life experience.

 

Each session is 2hrs 


 

Completion of the Advanced level programme is a requirement for Eminent Level Study.


Please make contact if you would like further information for this challenging and informative programme.



IF YOU HAVE PARTICIPATED IN EITHER THE FOUNDATION OR ADVANCED LEVEL PROGRAMME, HAVE MISSED OUT ON ANY SESSIONS AND WOULD LIKE TO FILL IN THE GAPS PLEASE DO MAKE CONTACT. FULL COMPLETION OF THESE PROGRAMMES WILL BE BENEFICIAL FOR PROGRESSION TO THE NEXT LEVEL.


Please do also visit www.u-ran.org if you would like to be considered for entry into further studies on the Africentricity & Divinity programme upon completion of an Afrikan World Studies programme. Africentricity & Divinity is an important spiritual cultural programme rich with forthright content that can lead to further engagement. 

  

 

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT SESSIONS DO NOT TAKE PLACE ON THE 1st SUNDAY OF THE MONTH NOR DURING SPECIFIC CULTURAL DAYS 

 


WORKSHOPS


Many of the workshops offered at the institution of Yemanja provide learning opportunities into relevant cultural times of the year. They may focus on great Afrikan heroes or sheroes. They may also provide insights into Afrikan spiritual and cultural phenomena. Whichever subject area of enlightenment is expressed in a workshop - expect information and inspiration to flow. 


Watch this space for details of forthcoming workshops


If you would like to engage in workshop learning on a subject area not currently publicised or perhaps one that you may have missed - please do make contact as special arrangements may be possible. 


SELECT MERCHANDISE & LEARNING SUPPORT MATERIAL

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Culture is central to Afrikan life and has been so since time immemorial. Great nations have been established from what can be described as nothing less than the 'highest culture'. However, in recent times, Afrikan history has had major interruptions such as mass displacement, enslavement and colonisation which sought to destroy cultural facets. This has led many to question  whether Afrikan people around the world have a culture or indeed a culture to celebrate.

 

What then is Kwanaa?

 

This account provides information on the background of Kwanzaa and highlights the depth and meaning of this vital Afrikan World Celebration.


Click here to purchase a copy online


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You may like to aquire the beautifully shaped wooden pendant of the Universal Royal Afrikan Nation (URAN). Certainly a wonderful accessory of adornment. You can find out more about URAN here


AFRIBIZ CULTURAL FAYRE

Watch this space for forthcoming future Fayre details


FILAMU AFRIKA

Watch this space for details on seasonal film showings and discussions.

WELCOME

Afrikan greetings and welcome to the site of Yemanja !!!


If you are re-visiting the site a huge welcome back!


Of course, the biggest welcome to be offered is in any of the powerful indigenous Afrikan languages. In Kiswahili it is simply, KARIBU!