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Internationally Acclaimed Presenters Announced for 2013 Conference on Community, Family and Marriage
2013 CCFM has solidified Abiodun Oyewole, founding member of globally recognized group The Last Poets, Wellness Coach Queen Afua, Ayize and Aiyana Ma'at, founders of BlackLoveandMarriage.com as well as others
" The creative process during the development of the specific conference was a very spiritual one. Our African-American community is experiencing an epidemic by astounding measures in the areas of divorce, unhealthy and abusive relationships, or the lack thereof family structure. The stats are in!! The ultimate goal of this conference is to provide to the greater community solutions to unify and collective cultivate solutions that will allow us all to build better relationships that will eventually domino and drip into rectifying our communities, families and that will rejuvenate institution of marriage."-Osaremi Lanloke, Founder of Omo Oduduwa Radio
The 2013 Conference on Community Family & Marriage expects to attract hundreds of couples and singles looking for the opportunity to meet and interact with other culturally minded individuals. They will learn skills for better relationships and communication, as well as heal from past relational experiences.
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About Omo Oduduwa Radio
Omo Oduduwa Radio (also known as OORadio), based in Fayetteville, North Carolina, provides quality radio programming centered around educating platform to discuss topics that affect and plague the African community, such as conflict resolution, the incorporation of traditional African values, adopting a holistic approach to health and wellness, and Yoruba language, and Yoruba culinary studies, to name a few. OORadio is a forum designed to unite and empower Yoruba practitioners and African-American people worldwide.
Weekly radio shows, hosted by founder Osaremi Lanloke and others, provide a colloquium in which audience listeners can engage in discourse with experts over a variety of subjects. In addition, OORadio offers scholars formal instruction on the Yoruba religion, culture and customs, through teleconferences and online classes.