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The Story of the Moors
The Mother of
Humanity™-Statue of Liberty Connection.
Approximately 3 minutes.
The Original Art
The Nuba of Sudan, Africa practiced a form of martial arts wrestling over 2,800 years before Christ. There are no other records in any corner of the world that can claim such a long and unbroken martial arts tradition. This form of martial arts, which included weapons as well as fortification and certainly empty hand self-defense blossomed in 12th Dynasty Egypt. Nuba Wrestling™ is the original martial art that all of Africa, Asia, and Europe later came to benefit from. Presented here, for the first time by a leading African writer and historian of the martial arts, is a vivid background to the oldest martial arts fighting system on record.
Story of the Moors Coloring and
Activities Book Robert L. Watt and Nijel
The Moors were Black Africans who adopted the religion of Islam. They lived in North Africa in the country of Morocco which was named after them. The word "Moor" means Black! The Moors were a fascinating African civilization. Europe and Western civilization owes much of it's development to them.
The Mother of Humanity™
The Mother of Humanity™ monument has been called "The Symbol of Our Times". It was established on May 11, 1996 as one of the world's largest bronze statues to illustrate the origin of man. In a detailed account of this monumental triumph, the creator and sculptor Nijel uncovers the events of his story that led up to the making of The Mother of Humanity™, and the future that lay ahead. A rare and revealing look into the creative process of a God inspired artist, a Renaissance man, and one of the brightest talents of our generation. Forward by sculptor Ed Dwight.
THE MOTHER OF HUMANITY™ - STATUE OF LIBERTY
In the late 1900's the offices of the National Park Service were flooded with phone calls demanding the full history of the Statue of Liberty. "To answer recent questions about the origins of the Statue of Liberty, NPS is conducting original research", said Rebecca Joseph, Ph.D, and Principal Investigator of the Black Liberty Project. "In line with a service wide effort to tell the most complete story about our national heritage, the research has expanded to address a number of topics related to the political and social origins of the Statue, including the connections to the abolition of slavery in the United States". On June 28, 1999 Nijel BPG, creator of The Mother of Humanity™ monument was interviewed by Carolyn Kinebrew, a New York consultant to the Liberty Project. Hear Nijel speak about his insights regarding slavery, the Statue of Liberty, and why many African Americans have called his monument "Our Statue of Liberty".
THE MOTHER OF HUMANITY™
- SYMBOL OF OUR TIMES ISBN:
This video trailer for a one hour documentary now in post-production sets the tone for the creation and installation of one of the most significant monuments to women and motherhood yet seen. Set to music, this film provides a condensed and dynamic narrative as the sculptor Nijel creates The Mother of Humanity™ monument. Follow this quick journey as he takes you through the process of sculpting the statue, the foundry construction, up to, and including the unveiling on May 11, 1996.
Executive Producer: Nijel
Cinematographer: Andre Alporter
Editor: Jermaine Daniel
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