House Of Sheba - AKF-FOS News

House Of Sheba - AKF-FOS News

UNDESA CSO NGOMG 'African Kingdoms Federation - Federation Of The South Arab-African Council for Integration & Development NewsDesk

House Of Sheba - AKF-FOS News

House Of Sheba - AKF-FOS News

UNDESA CSO NGOMG 'African Kingdoms Federation - Federation Of The South Arab-African Council for Integration & Development NewsDesk

The'' Queen Shebah III Arc of Nubia'' A place for young Women.

The Arc of Nubia A place for young women.

My time spent at Queen Shebah’s Arc of Nubia has been truly valuable, through training and networking I have exponentially grown as a soul and as a woman.

 

Could it be that Empress of Nubia, Queen Shebah III could be the answer to counter productive and less publicized positive images for young women. Could task-force training bridge disparities within at-risk and urban communities in the areas of  gaining opportunities in a world-class education and personal and professional refinement. I think so.

 

In the U.S where I am from, I am categorized as a minority, meaning my race represents lower numbers in business, home-ownership, government operations and other social factors and statistics. As a minority I would like to see the people I represent and the statistics that represent me change and improve. If these are numbers, what is the quickest and easiest solutions to bridge these gaps so that the future generations of our families are not marginalized by these factors?

 

The Arc of Nubia Head Quarters Government represents the building and re-newal of nations. 1. There are libraries, reading is fundamental. 2. There is community, it takes a village. 3. There is training, Re-newal and rebuilding of the mind, spirit and soul.

 

 

The Empress:

 

Since Genesis  and the drama of the apple-the tree and the serpent, women are typically seen as the less capable and able of the position of Head of State, Head of Church/Clergy or Sovereign. Women also represent a minority statistically in these areas. In the personality of the Empress this social culture  is perfectly and quietly disgraced in her reign there is might , intelligence, liquid power, grace, etiquette and excellence. The reign of the Empress can inspire young women to set new goals for themselves  in leadership  through her example. The example of a Queen.  A young woman that is learned in leadership is an asset to her community and her world.  We have seen the works of the hands of women all through history and that example must constantly be reinforced or may be erased for ever. This is beyond women's history month, or even general feminist rhetoric and theory, This is example, this is now , this is reality; and- a reality that we must except if we are to move forward as a world community, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere”.

 

I think our Empress is a great example to young women, you can see my conviction reflected in the video work that I have had the privilege to contribute to Her Majesties Arc of Nubia Government.  I think in the minority groups of black young women Her Majesty is like a living superhero and should be given the accolade,. The Empress needs to be brought into our homes. Her words, her public interviews her vision and her Kingdom/Government. I have ALWAYS admired African women for their tradition, their POWERFUL grace, and the control they assert within their homes, villages, towns and communities.

 

I have always wanted to transform myself into one personally. Personal goals aside, I would recommend this example to any young woman that I meet…”Hey have you heard of Nubian Queen Shebah the Mother of Africa? OMG have you seen or heard of how FABULOUS she is? Would you like to study directly underneath her had you had the opportunity? Would you like to learn of her Kingdom. Opening these gates of conversation can only be beneficial Arcadia…are you with me?

The Arc of Nubia a safe place for Young Women.

 

Lt.  Fayme Brummel

Arc Of Nubia Crown Office

Royal Task-Forces

www.african-kingdoms-federation.com

 

The'' Queen Shebah III Arc of Nubia'' A place for young Women.

The Arc of Nubia A place for young women.

My time spent at Queen Shebah’s Arc of Nubia has been truly valuable, through training and networking I have exponentially grown as a soul and as a woman.

 

Could it be that Empress of Nubia, Queen Shebah III could be the answer to counter productive and less publicized positive images for young women. Could task-force training bridge disparities within at-risk and urban communities in the areas of  gaining opportunities in a world-class education and personal and professional refinement. I think so.

 

In the U.S where I am from, I am categorized as a minority, meaning my race represents lower numbers in business, home-ownership, government operations and other social factors and statistics. As a minority I would like to see the people I represent and the statistics that represent me change and improve. If these are numbers, what is the quickest and easiest solutions to bridge these gaps so that the future generations of our families are not marginalized by these factors?

 

The Arc of Nubia Head Quarters Government represents the building and re-newal of nations. 1. There are libraries, reading is fundamental. 2. There is community, it takes a village. 3. There is training, Re-newal and rebuilding of the mind, spirit and soul.

 

 

The Empress:

 

Since Genesis  and the drama of the apple-the tree and the serpent, women are typically seen as the less capable and able of the position of Head of State, Head of Church/Clergy or Sovereign. Women also represent a minority statistically in these areas. In the personality of the Empress this social culture  is perfectly and quietly disgraced in her reign there is might , intelligence, liquid power, grace, etiquette and excellence. The reign of the Empress can inspire young women to set new goals for themselves  in leadership  through her example. The example of a Queen.  A young woman that is learned in leadership is an asset to her community and her world.  We have seen the works of the hands of women all through history and that example must constantly be reinforced or may be erased for ever. This is beyond women's history month, or even general feminist rhetoric and theory, This is example, this is now , this is reality; and- a reality that we must except if we are to move forward as a world community, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere”.

 

I think our Empress is a great example to young women, you can see my conviction reflected in the video work that I have had the privilege to contribute to Her Majesties Arc of Nubia Government.  I think in the minority groups of black young women Her Majesty is like a living superhero and should be given the accolade,. The Empress needs to be brought into our homes. Her words, her public interviews her vision and her Kingdom/Government. I have ALWAYS admired African women for their tradition, their POWERFUL grace, and the control they assert within their homes, villages, towns and communities.

 

I have always wanted to transform myself into one personally. Personal goals aside, I would recommend this example to any young woman that I meet…”Hey have you heard of Nubian Queen Shebah the Mother of Africa? OMG have you seen or heard of how FABULOUS she is? Would you like to study directly underneath her had you had the opportunity? Would you like to learn of her Kingdom. Opening these gates of conversation can only be beneficial Arcadia…are you with me?

The Arc of Nubia a safe place for Young Women.

 

Lt.  Fayme Brummel

Arc Of Nubia Crown Office

Royal Task-Forces

www.african-kingdoms-federation.com

 

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