Greetings Bruthaz! Habari Gani?
"Habari Gani " in the African language of Swahili means
"what's the word " or "what's the news ".
Well, the news in this case is that you've reached our
ADODI New York e-Newseltter Archive Homepage.
The purpose of this archive webpage is so that you can be more familiar with the ADODI New York Chapter and most of the topics we've covered and touched on presently and in the past as it relates to same gender loving men of African descent. All of our topics take place at our regular space at Audre Lorde Project in the Fort Greene section of Brooklyn, New York at 85 South Oxford Street. We definitely invite you to come check us out.
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Below, the archives are categorized by current and previous months/ years and correlated by topic for each respective month.
We hope you find this archive of value and that the topics are able to guide you in a critical thinking process and nurture your spirit and well being.
("And So It Is" or "Empowered")
ADODI New York
(Established in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1986)
Our 23rd Year!
ADODI, the plural of ADO,
is a Yoruba word that describes a man who "loves" another man.
More than just a description of partners in Africa, the ADODI
of the tribe are thought to embody both male and female ways
of being and were revered as shamans, sages and leaders.
Who is ADODI?
ADODI is a community of men of color who affirm their
African lineage and love of men. Our purpose is to foster and
encourage the self-discov.ery, validation, empowerment and
liberation of all members of our diverse community.
Remember, Each One Reach One
Share The Experience:
1) Forward a Link To Other Bruthaz
About Our Archive and e-Newsletters
2) Invite and Bring Other Bruthaz To Our Gatherings
in Brooklyn, New York