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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. Get exclusive access to our hidden content today! https://www.patreon.com/leadingbyhistory - (Artwork by Baylor Design Studio - Music by M. Isra-Ul, for D28 Blessings) Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leadingbyhistory/support

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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. Get exclusive access to our hidden content today! https://www.patreon.com/leadingbyhistory - (Artwork by Baylor Design Studio - Music by M. Isra-Ul, for D28 Blessings) Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leadingbyhistory/support

    S4 Ep. 6 - The 52 Blocks C52G System (Feat. Farisi Daniel Marks)

    S4 Ep. 6 - The 52 Blocks C52G System (Feat. Farisi Daniel Marks)

    In this episode of Leading By History, Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul speaks by phone with 52 Blocks Farisi (instructor) Daniel Marks. This is a rare interview as Farisi Marks does not regularly communicate with outside media about this art. Having its roots centuries old Africa, this indigenous warrior art was adapted for inner-city survival. Making its modern home in Brooklyn, New York, this form of fighting is a blend of traditional boxing cadence, footwork and movement with a high powered methodology of blocking and parrying which some have called "Dirty Boxing". This implies that the fighting style could not be used in the traditional boxing ring in its fullness but was practical and effective for self-defense on the mean streets of New York. From New York, this style traveled to places like Philadelphia, Chicago and even California. Known by various names (i.e. Stato, Jailhouse Rock) this fighting art is unique to African Americans of the diaspora and is held dear by those who have been privileged to learn its moves. This conversation is not erudite but practical, real and respectable. If you are excited to learn more - tune in now! Learn more about Farisi Daniel here: https://m.youtube.com/user/FarisiDaniel

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    S4 Ep. 6A Intro - Indigenous Warrior Arts w/ Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul

    S4 Ep. 6A Intro - Indigenous Warrior Arts w/ Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul

    This is a brief introduction to our series on Indigenous Warrior Arts. In this series we will speak with three teachers and masters of their specific art and hear about how they started, their personal philosophies and how we, as the audience, can draw knowledge and understanding from their respective practices. You don't have to be a Bruce Lee fan to enjoy this! Let's get started!


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    • 11 min
    S4 Ep. 5 - Looking East - Ancient African Inspirations for a Modern African American Christian Worldview (Feat. Dr. Vince Bantu)

    S4 Ep. 5 - Looking East - Ancient African Inspirations for a Modern African American Christian Worldview (Feat. Dr. Vince Bantu)

    In this episode of Leading By History, Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul sits down with Dr. Vince Bantu to discuss his research into ancient African Christian liturgical languages and his perspectives on Christianity for African Americans today. While LBH is not a religious podcast, this show seeks to transcend dogmatic religious views in favor of discovering a rich African religious culture steeped in some of the earliest forms of Christianity. This episode shows the reach of Africana and its all encompassing presence even into the field of theology. You don't have to be religious to enjoy this episode - just inquisitive enough to understand the relevance of such a conversation. Are you ready? Click the listen button now!


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    • 56 min
    S4 Ep. 4 - The Unsung Founding: African People and Freedom in the New World (Feat. Dr. Christina Proenza-Coles)

    S4 Ep. 4 - The Unsung Founding: African People and Freedom in the New World (Feat. Dr. Christina Proenza-Coles)

    In this discussion, Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul sits down with Dr. Christina Proenza-Coles to discuss the process and products of history and the development and defense of New World settlements by Black people who "undermined slavery, and championed freedom throughout the hemisphere". While conventional history tends to reduce the roles of African Americans to antebellum slavery and the civil rights movement - the truth is that African people were forerunners of American founding (all three Americas) long before the English and other European migrants. Black people were omnipresent in the founding and advancement of the Americas, in every facet of American history as explorers, conquistadores, settlers, soldiers, sailors, servants, slaves, rebels, leaders, lawyers, litigants, laborers, artisans, artists, activists, translators, teachers, doctors, nurses, inventors, investors, merchants, mathematicians, scientists, scholars, engineers, entrepreneurs, and generals! Tune in NOW to find out the information that you've been missing!


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    • 59 min
    S4 Ep. 3 - Beyond the Stars: Science and Life in the Modern World (Feat. Dr. Gibor Basri)

    S4 Ep. 3 - Beyond the Stars: Science and Life in the Modern World (Feat. Dr. Gibor Basri)

    In this episode, Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul sits down with astrophysicist Dr. Gibor Basri to discuss AstroPhysics, Religion and the Universe. The discussion is candid, intriguing and notable. From discussing the beginning of the universe and the creation of the moon to the Nation of Islam and the Dogon of Mali, this conversation is chock-full of interesting niche musings. It is the duty of every person to learn and grow their potential and this conversation is one worth listening to for that purpose. Dr. Basri is of Iraqi Jewish and Jamaican descent and is one of very few people of color in his field. Learn more about his journey and what keeps him inspired as you test the boundaries of your celestial knowledge. Come join us!


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    • 57 min
    S4 Ep. 2 - Walking Through the Weeds: The Truth about Hemp (Feat. Bill Pickett)

    S4 Ep. 2 - Walking Through the Weeds: The Truth about Hemp (Feat. Bill Pickett)

    In this episode of Leading By History, host Ma'asehyahu Isra-Ul speaks with Hemp farmer and co-owner of Virginia Hemp Commodities. Bill speaks with Ma'asehyahu about his work with Hemp and explains the difference between this plant and the often confused Cannabis Sativa. From daily uses of Hemp fibers to medicinal properties in the plant, this conversation enlightens those looking to understand this special plant. It is important to understand its proper use and improper use and how the current legalization of private use of Cannabis has confused the conversation for some. Tune in and be informed!


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    • 55 min

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