Personal linksLife's a Journey!!!! – Irucka Ajani Embry: The thoughts continue in a cyclic path…☺
Cannabis sativa L. (Industrial Hemp & Marijuana) Resources
Life's passionate and rough journey!!! - Irucka Embry
It's Time to Move "Beyond Usual Politics!"
Mystacalities of Life
The Last Steps of the Journey!!!
The Mind Rules the Body in Time!!!!
What a great world we live in, the state of control by corporations…
Check out some cool information about UT, the school where I graduated fromed
True change begins from within…
How did the world, especially what is considered to be this country (United States of America), become bicultural? This area of the world was never simply bicultural, it was and has always been multicultural and continues to be so too. The same can be said for the rest of the world as well.
Just some thoughts to think about as we refigure and rewrite our history so that we can have an accurate representation and knowledge of how we have gotten to the present moment through our past. The past determines the present, which determines the future. Without knowing our true past, we don't know how we have gotten to the present. And thus our future is also distorted as well. What is culture? What is a cultural myth? Can cultures be inclusive or exclusive or both or neither? Can cultures overlap? Can a person belong to several cultures? Why was "race" invented? What changes need to happen in this world so that we can all live within our means and enjoy life? What is "race"? How is our reality or lack of reality, imagination or lack of imagination (thus the realness of possibility shaped by our culture? Or is it? Why is that so? How do we live simply? Why should we? What is the purpose of a culture? What is the purpose of human group organization?
Resources concerning the indigenous peoples of the world, mainly those of the Americas
"To understand the making of Anglo-America is impossible without close and sustained attention to its indigenous predecessors, allies, and nemeses." -James Axtell
Shona and Zimbabwean LinksMBIRA: the non-profit organization devoted to Shona mbira music
Mbira: Constraint and Mobility in Shona Society
Zimbabwean music and culture worldwide
Shona Sculpture, Spirits in Stone
languages-on-the-web: best Shona links
Multilingual Books: Shona
Conjugate Shona verbs
Introductory Shona Language
Duramazwi RechiShona (The General Shona Dictionary)
mthwakazi is a site dedicated to the Matebele nation
Zimports: Shona Sculptures and African Batiks
Welcome to the Mbira page. This is a resource for people around the world who have an interest…
Electrifying Zimbabwean Music
Welcome to the home page of the Zimbabwe International Book Fair, the largest and most important…
The Zimbabwean Music Pages
Africa Online - Zimbabwe: Music
Zimbabwe Democracy Trust
Zimbabwe: Information and Links
UNHCR Country Profiles: Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Labour Party
USAID in Africa: Zimbabwe
Political Resources on the Net: Zimbabwe