9 episodes

Host, kreatress and mkunga (traditional black midwife) Sankofa Ra reclaims the cultural heritage of the American mkunga by connecting callings, knowledge, experiences, healers, narratives and literary authors to paint a vivid knowing, being and doing of who the mkunga was, why she is no longer a visible authority figure in the USA today, where she came from, the rituals she practiced, how she continued her legacy and when she will return from the shadows to the frontlines to heal and birth the black community locally, nationally and globally. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kulture-reclamation/support

Kulture Reclamation Sankofa Ra

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Host, kreatress and mkunga (traditional black midwife) Sankofa Ra reclaims the cultural heritage of the American mkunga by connecting callings, knowledge, experiences, healers, narratives and literary authors to paint a vivid knowing, being and doing of who the mkunga was, why she is no longer a visible authority figure in the USA today, where she came from, the rituals she practiced, how she continued her legacy and when she will return from the shadows to the frontlines to heal and birth the black community locally, nationally and globally. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kulture-reclamation/support

    Influential Power Of The Mkunga

    Influential Power Of The Mkunga

    This is a conclusive build up of the eight legs of intelligence the Mkunga possesses that has solidified her value, importance and respect within Alkebuan and the diaspora. Blessed with a tea chat with special community guest and mkunga Simone Marshall in Georgia.

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    • 1 hr 21 min
    Guided By Spirit

    Guided By Spirit

    This episode delves into the science of the mkunga’s spirituality with special community guest Mkunga Asatu Hall.

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    • 1 hr 31 min
    Nurturing and Protective Wisdom of the Mkunga

    Nurturing and Protective Wisdom of the Mkunga

    The mkunga lived a life of rituals that provided the mother, baby and family a blueprint for self-care, healing, spiritual protection, preparation and rest. Community guest is elder mkunga Mama Shafia Monroe.

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    • 1 hr 55 min
    Adaptive Resilience of the Mkunga

    Adaptive Resilience of the Mkunga

    Discussing the continuous resilience of the mkunga to adapt to changing political, socioeconomic, nutrition sources and resources to nurture and preserve mamas, babies, papas, families, communities and self.

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    • 1 hr 38 min
    Building Knowledge for Spirit, Mind & Body

    Building Knowledge for Spirit, Mind & Body

    In this episode, the Afrakan egun (ancestral) knowledge for wellness is defined and explored within the United States with a literary author guest Folami Irvine - discussing her self-care and journey of manifesting her herbal book.

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    • 1 hr 45 min
    Birthing Narrative in the United States

    Birthing Narrative in the United States

    The our story of birthing among Turtle Islanders, enslaved, repressed and the enslaver. The truth of birthing is not known or discussed in American classrooms K-12 and rarely touched upon in higher education institutions. Listen, learn and redefine the art of birthing for you, your family, ancestors and community.

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    • 1 hr 18 min

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