- Core Values
- Culture and Identity
- Personal and Collective Empowerment
- The 1960s – Age of Black Revolt: Afrocentricity and Kawaida
- Ọ̀yọ́túnjí Village
- Social Justice: Black Lives Matter
- Issues of Tolerance and Intolerance
- Length of Course: 5 weeks
- Course Availability: Twice per Year (i.e., October and March. Click Here for the Ifá Univesity Calender.)
- Exact Day/Time Will Be Arranged To Suit Your Schedule
This course examines some of the ways in which Òrìṣà religion and philosophy can serve as a resource for renewing and empowering the African diaspora. Focusing mainly on the African American, we consider aspects of Black agency that employ African religio-cultural elements to either enhance or inform Black struggle. In a real sense, Black struggle has always been informed by ethical and moral directives such as social justice, equality, and societal harmony. This course will also examine Òrìṣà practice as a means to re-identify with Africa—that is, it facilitates a renewal of cultural identity.
- eMaterials for Learning:All books and study materials are available in electronic format (at no additional cost) through our online Learning Management System.
Online Course Training Cancellation, Transfer & Refund Policy: Generally, online training course orders are not eligible for a refund, cancellation or transfer to another training course. We may approve a transfer request to take the course at a later date. Requests must be sent via email to [email protected]