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The History and Structure of African American Martial Arts


Added on Nov 13, 2012

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Grandmaster Rogers University Lecture Series 2010 at California State University Northridge "Grandmaster Rogers president of The World African American Shadow Boxing Health And Fitness Association School of Mixed Martial arts and founder of the African American Martial Art of Ya or Kwa Asilia Avita Sanaa (The Original Martial Art). Ya or Kwa Asilia Avita Sanaa is a reorganization of the ancient Kemetic martial arts depicted on the tomb of Ramessu III in Kemet (Ancient Egypt)1080 B.C.E and others like the "Beni Hassan". As well as the early African American skills of knocking and kicking, bondage fighting, fighting with cane knives, hoes, clubs, and the guerrilla tactics, used by escaping African freedom fighters like those involved with The Underground Railroad and other successful rebellions and maroon colonies in North America. It is also used as a tribute to and as remembrance of the African Holocaust of Enslavement. Montu is the Neter of warfare in Kemet that predates the god Mars. Martial arts is a description of the fighting methods honoring the Roman god Mars". by Dr. Ahmses Maat

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