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Abibitumi is primarily an educational institution specializing in live online and offline teaching of various Afrikan languages; most notably, Akan (Twi), Yoruba, Wolof, Ewe, Ga, Mdw Ntr (Hieroglyphics), Kiswahili and, in the past, Songhoy. Classes are held in the online classroom using state-of-the-art streaming audio and video technology.
Abibitumi also offers classes on a wide variety of topics pertinent to Afrikan Liberation and the Afrikan experience throughout the global Afrikan world as taught by a variety of instructors from throughout the Afrikan world.
In addition to the live classes, Abibitumi also offers a community forum where Afrikans from throughout the Afrikan world can discuss various topics in and about Afrikan Languages, Education, Economics, Social Systems, Health and more.
The last major component is the storefront accessible from
the main page https://abibitumi.com/shop which is where students register for classes and Abibitumi Products and Services are offered to our global Afrikan community at large.
Abibitumi Afrikan=Black Worldview Statement:
We are about continuing the work of our Ancestors by
re-Afrikanizing. Abibitumi is about Afrikan Liberation. Afrikan Liberation is
about the freedom to learn/be who we are (Our Ancestors) and freedom from being who we are not (as inculcated by our oppressors). Abibitumi is, in many ways, a modern-day extension of the underground railroad; a network woven together like a patchwork quilt to help those who are striving for Afrikan Liberation to attain it in tangible and practical ways.
Abibitumi is a global website, app, forum and think tank created by and for Afrikan=Black people.
Abibitumi is dedicated to the complete and total liberation of Kmt ‘Afrikan=Black people’ and modern Kmt ‘the land(s) of Afrikan=Black
people’ throughout the Afrikan=Black world from under domination by
Eurasians including, but not limited to: (white) Americans, Arabs, Israelis, British, French, Belgians, Afrikaaners/Dutch, Germans, Portuguese, Chinese, Koreans, Russians, Indo-Aryans, etc. Abibitumi also seeks Afrikan=Black liberation from the religions, philosophies, ideologies, languages, militaries, economic systems, worldviews, and other tools used opportunistically by Eurasians to implement domination of Afrikan=Black people with the assistance of anti-Afrikan/anti-Black collaborators who propagate these instruments of oppression, which were designed to serve and protect their Eurasian creators against the interests and survival of Afrikan=Black people.
As such, Abibitumi seeks to reclaim and/or create systems and tools designed by Afrikan=Black people for the benefit of Afrikan=Black People in the interest of complete and total Afrikan=Black Liberation, Self-Preservation, Self-Determination and Survival in each and every area of human activity including, but not limited to, culture, economics, education, entertainment, health, labor, law, politics, psychology, religion, science/technology, sex