Here’s the info regarding the content of this week’s program. The links for the audio archive can always be accessed on our website which is forwarded to our SoundCloud site and our written archive always appears as a note on our facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/sankofasaturdays?sk=notes).
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On this edition of the Sankofa Saturdays Youth Radio Show…
We shared music from A.R. and Gangenero, Bambu Station, Reginald Cyntje and more. We always play our theme song, ‘We are the Children of the Future,” by local musicians A.R. and Ganjanero along with songs from Bambu Station and Reginald Cyntie.
We explained our perspectives of Youth for Human Rights Article #5 No Torture from the International Declaration of Human Rights (www.youthforhumanrights.org). After listening to more music by local artists including jazz from Reginald Cyntje’s albums; LOVE, Freedom’s Children: The Celebration and Elements of Life, we did our Virtues Pick of the Day: Humility and shared our Pay it Forward Highlight of the Week from PIFUSVI founder, LaVerne Davis.
Coming Up Next Week we’ll share a VI Historical/Cultural Calendar’s On this Day in VI History about July 12,1963: Historian Wayne “Facts Man” Adams was born on St. Thomas. He was the youngest person to ever run for the Legislature in the Virgin Islands at age 21. Human Right #12. THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY and Virtues Project Pick of the Week: Flexibility – I am thankful for the gift of Flexibility. It keeps my spirit supple. (July 13 – July 19, 2014)
A United Virgin Islands Cultural Education Initiative for the youth, by the youth and about youth with related topics (often brought to us by the Department of Education’s Division of Cultural Education).
On behalf of the Sankofa Saturdays youth, I thank you for your continued support,
Passing on the torch of culture bearing and preserving (traditions and values) through experiences in the arts, cultural education, and community service.
Help us help the youth of the Virgin Islands remember and respect themselves and their community through Cultural Education!
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