Women’s History Month Guest Post: What Does It Mean to Be A Hebrew Women in Erverh Culture? By Seyram Adzanku

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The original name of the people who are called the “Hebrews” in the Bible is EƲE. Abraham is the first person called a Hebrew (Genesis 14:13) Abraham’s 5th Great Grandfather was Ever/Eber. We know this because Genesis 10:24 tells us that Shalach bore Ever. Ever is spelled עבר(EB/VR). According to the dictionary […]

The Hebraic Call to Sexual Purity

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I am in my 30’s and a virgin. Sadly, in America this is kind of embarrassing to type. We talk about a great deal of things in the awakening: who Esau is, where “true” Jerusalem is, what is pagan, how to correctly pronounce The Father and Messiah’s name, the curses, […]

Your Greatest Strength in Being A Woman of Yisra’EL

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Excited to be writing ✍🏾for TsanaExpo an Instagram Mega on Modesty follow them at @tsanaexpo ————————— Read the article below👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾 From TsanaExpo – December 2019 (2nd Fall Edition) As women of Yisra’EL our greatest strength does not lie in our beauty, or in our smooth words or our in our […]

UN Working Group for People of African Descent Testimony on Mass Incarceration’s Impact on Black Women & Girls

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On Tuesday January 26th, 2016 I testified before the U.N. Working Group for People of African Descent at their New York Fact-finding Mission. My testimony was about how Mass Incarceration impacts Black Women and Girls. This fact-finding mission is a part of the decade for people of African Descent whose […]