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This podcast is dedicated to the advancement of practical knowledge and application in the areas of history and education. We desire to bring our listeners on a journey through time by showcasing educational, history-driven topics which will inspire the student and scholar alike. Visit our website @ http://www.leadingbyhistory.com

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Leading By History Leading By History

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This podcast is dedicated to the advancement of practical knowledge and application in the areas of history and education. We desire to bring our listeners on a journey through time by showcasing educational, history-driven topics which will inspire the student and scholar alike. Visit our website @ http://www.leadingbyhistory.com

(Artwork by Baylor Design Studio - Music by M. Isra-Ul, for D28 Blessings) Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leadingbyhistory/support

    S2 Ep. 15 - Psychology, Beauty and Black Identity (feat. Dr. Afiya Mbilishaka)

    S2 Ep. 15 - Psychology, Beauty and Black Identity (feat. Dr. Afiya Mbilishaka)

    In this episode of Leading By History, Specialist Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul speaks with Dr. Afiya Mbilishaka of Psychohairapy concerning Black Identity and the psychology of beauty.  Dr. Mbilishaka takes us through the lessons of self-love and how it is important to understand the meaning of identity and how it ties us back to our illustrious past as people of the African Diaspora. Who are you? Where are you from? What are you here to do? Do you know yourself enough to love yourself and accomplish your mission?  This conversation is heavy but refreshing, intriguing and insightful and is not one that you or your family will want to miss!

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    • 52 min
    S2 Episode 14 - The Importance and Impact of our DNA - A Reveal! w/ Dr. Gina Paige

    S2 Episode 14 - The Importance and Impact of our DNA - A Reveal! w/ Dr. Gina Paige

    In this episode of Leading By History, Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul speaks with Dr. Gina Paige of AFRICAN ANCESTRY.com. Ma'asehyahu gets his maternal (mother) mitochondrial DNA examined and gets a revelation of exactly who his ancestors were on his mother's mother's side of the family. If you want to understand DNA testing, the most efficient process for finding lineage and who Ma'asehyahu is descended from - this is an episode that you do NOT want to miss!


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    • 52 min
    S2 Ep. 13 - Historical Literacy and Making the Humanties "Humane" for Our Children (Feat. Dr. Gholdy Muhammad)

    S2 Ep. 13 - Historical Literacy and Making the Humanties "Humane" for Our Children (Feat. Dr. Gholdy Muhammad)

    In this episode 13 of season 2, Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul speaks with Dr. Gholnecsar "Gholdy" Muhammad (Professor and author of Cultivating Genius: An Equity Framework for Culturally and Historically Responsive Literacy). In this discussion, Dr. Muhammad speaks from experience. She has been an ELA teacher, history teacher, reading coach, district administrator, school board president and educational consultant. She addresses the need for culturally responsive ELA instruction blended with history, to create a framework of equity to first support and love children and then boost their levels of success in K-12 education. With a special emphasis on dismantling inequity and Eurocentric models for Black and brown children, Dr. Muhammad shares her heart for an educational world where all children can be free to have joy in learning and living. Starting....now!


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    • 46 min
    S2 Ep. 12 The Black Gods (Final) (Feat. Dr. Fatimah Fanusie)

    S2 Ep. 12 The Black Gods (Final) (Feat. Dr. Fatimah Fanusie)

    In this final episode of the Black Gods series, Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul speaks with Dr. Fatimah Fanusie (Howard Thurman Historical Home Historian and scholar of African American Islamic history) about the influence of the Ahmadiyya movement on the Nation of Islam in America. Dr. Fanusie discusses partial aspects of her dissertation and current research, documenting historical and religious nuances in the theology of the early Nation of Islam which highlight Ahmadiyya influence. Why are terms like "colored man" or "poison book" found in the early writings of the Ahmdiyya decades before they are uncovered in early Nation of Islam writings of the 1930's? Could W.F. Muhammad (Fard Muhammad) actually have been an Indian follower of Ahmadiyya Islam who broke off to create his own stream of Islam for American Blacks? Get your notepads ready. Some of the answers are alluded to here...but you have to do your own research to verify! You do not want to miss this final episode if you are a fan of the Black Gods series!

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    • 47 min
    S2 Ep. 11 - The Black Gods (Pt. 5) (Feat. Dr. Jose' Pimienta-Bey)

    S2 Ep. 11 - The Black Gods (Pt. 5) (Feat. Dr. Jose' Pimienta-Bey)

    In this episode of Leading By History, Professor/Specialist Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul has a discussion with Dr. Jose' Pimienta-Bey (Associate Professor of African & African American Studies) of Berea College, Ky. about the philosophy and works of Noble Drew Ali. Discussing his research on Moorish history and his book Othello's children in the "New World", Dr. Pimienta-Bey brings out the information about the term "Moor" and its social/legal implications on the national and global level. If you have been waiting for an indepth discussion about one of the most influential and unsung leaders of "Black" people at the turn of the twentieth century  - THIS is the podcast you do not want to miss!

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    • 51 min
    S2 Ep. 10 - The Black Gods and the Inner City (Pt. 4) (Feat. Menika Dirkson, historian)

    S2 Ep. 10 - The Black Gods and the Inner City (Pt. 4) (Feat. Menika Dirkson, historian)

    In this episode of Leading By History, Specialist Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul speaks with historian Menika Dirkson from Temple University's PhD history program. Menika speaks with us about her dissertation research which is focused on street organizations and unjust systems in the city of Philadeplphia. In this part 4 of the Black Gods series, Menika helps us to make the connection between black religious groups whose core ideology of self-sufficiency helped to spawn criminal organizations in the inner city. From the Nation of Islam to the Black Mafia Family to the Moorish Science Temple and the El Rukns (Black P. Stones), black religions have engendered a sense of pride which eventually became corrupted by  communities of inequity, injustice and poverty. Don't miss this episode if you struggle to see the connections!


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    • 46 min

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