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Kwende Ukaidi is an Afrikan-centred spiritual and cultural practitioner, a father, an educator, organiser, author and musician. Born and grounded as a child in the crucible of the 70s movement for liberty and cultural activism, Kwende is committed to the betterment of Afrikan people the world over through the reclamation of the Afrikan Self. Based in Birmingham [UK], he is the founder and at the helm of the Universal Royal Afrikan Nation, and is also  at the helm of the cultural institution Yemanja .He is the author of a number of self-published texts including the forthright  book From Ajar to Omowale: The Spiritual & Garveyite Journey of Malcolm X. He officiates important spiritual life-cycle ceremonies and is a committed advocate of Universal Royal Afrikan Spirituality that includes ASBWOK (Afrikan Spirituality By Way Of Kwanzaa) in its mission and drive 

for Afrikan ascension and nationhood.


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Space! The boundless expanse phenomenal is the pallet from which the Creator supreme etched the beginnings of the beginning spoken of as the dawn of Creation. From this void apparent, the illustrious complementarity of sublime energy forces are manifest. One of the several pairs of these energy forces is that of Nun the primeval waters and Naunet of the something.  Harmonising beautifully in the rhythmic spirit dance of Creation, this duality is a major part of the vibrational energy origination flow of life to come. Water-flow has been present from the dawn, preparing the way for cascading magnificence of the elements to be. It would be only a matter of time before the marvellous primary people of creation – the Afrikan – emerged.

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The primary people of Creation were birthed in liberty and have a divine responsibility to live and safeguard that liberty. From disruptions in the ancient world to the contemporary phase of the Maafa, the attainment and maintenance of Afrikan liberty is of paramount importance. This effort is the responsibility of the Afrikan liberator. The role of liberator surely lies in the being of every Afrikan soul throughout the world.   It is the Afrikan liberty imperative that is the subject matter of this account and that is embodied within the powerful Afrikan observance that is popularly referred to in the foreign pseudo language of English as Afrika Liberation Day.

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Culture is central to Afrikan life and has been so since time immemorial. Great nations have been established from what can be described as nothing less than the 'highest culture'. However, in recent times, Afrikan history has had major interruptions such as mass displacement, enslavement and colonisation which sought to destroy cultural facets. This has led many to question  whether Afrikan people around the world have a culture or indeed a culture to celebrate.

What then is Kwanaa?

This account provides information on the background of Kwanzaa and highlights the depth and meaning of this vital Afrikan World Celebration.

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The essence of this publication is to highlight Garveyism not simply as the powerful impacting core of ideals at the heart of  the most progressive, expansive and mighty worldwide body for the  expression of Afrikan nationhood, which it certainly was – but as a total way of life that many attest to being a ‘religion’ itself. Further, it seeks to highlight that the Afrikan spirit of the supreme visionary Marcus Garvey was a natural divine inheritance from the most  ancient of times and this would later find expression in the all      pervasive articulation of the attainment and maintenance of Afrikan liberty steeped in Afrikan spirit – that is beautifully enshrined in his philosophy of Afrikan Fundamentalism.


From Musa to Afrikan Fundamentalism Book Trailer

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Surely the overwhelming majority of Afrikan people throughout the world today carry the spirit of liberty inherited from their Great Ancestors. There is no shortage of examples from the vast array of mighty ones that were not prepared to subject themselves to an 'existence' filled with the brutal imposition of death, destruction and oppression at the enslaving hands of foreign forces. The forthright spirit of Ajar had a number of great descendents. However, one of the descendants was destined to manifest that spirit of liberty in a magnanimous way....

From Ajar to Omowale Book Trailer

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Whatever your spiritual or cultural requirements whether it be a Community Gathering, Naming, Passing Over, Marriage and so on please do make contact for a progressive Afrikan-centred experience: info@kwende.xyz

Workshops continue throughout the year covering a variety of subject areas. 

For enquiries about available services or publications call 0121 356 9289 or make contact here.

Recent Youtube Video Posts

Kwanzaa Series:

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ASBWOK (Afrikan Spirituality By Way of Kwanzaa)  is an Afrikan spiritual  formulation at an accessible level for Afrikan souls throughout the world. It emphasises the essential  core oneness of both spiritual and cultural living that is relevant to the imperative ascension of this primary people regardless of geographical location, citizenship, societal role and so on.




The Wake Up Call Online




Journey of Kua Double CD Music Album with Free Growthumentary DVD Film:

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R.F.S.R. and N.


Narrative on Afrikan Music

U.R.A.N. Anthem

Black Love


We Know Where We Stand


What U R 2 Me


Hey! (Pre-Enlightenment Instrumental)



UNIVERSAL ROYAL AFRIKAN RADIO  (Click here to listen live)


The Liberation Love Radio Programme of the Universal Royal Afrikan Radio online station - Sundays 7-9pm. (please note there is no transmission on the nearest Sunday to the 7th of September due to the Yemanja Siku Celebrations).

Kwende - The Early Years

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As you bring 

up a child, 

so he will be



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