Exclusive Jackson, Ms Screening & Lecture for Urban Kryptonite 2 day Event!

Urban Kryptonite Screening and Lecture Series

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Health event calls attention to modern day diseases, cancers and sicknesses in the black community of Mississippi that will change health in communities forever and honors the Great Mayor Chokwe Lumumba. This event is a part of a global movement for making informed choices in regards to eating, drinking and promoting life longevity.

April 17th marks the return of, Creator, Author, and Executive Producer of the Urban Kryptonite brand, Cochise Tarak-Saa to the state of Mississippi. Cochise was born in Detroit but spent much of his childhood life down in the delta in Greenwood, Mississippi. Much of his maternal side of the family still resides there and throughout the state including Jackson so this will be a homecoming of epic proportions. D’jehuty Ma’at-ra, Celebrity Herbalist, raised in South Central, California also has paternal roots in Mississippi.


Urban Kryptonite: African Roots, Foreign Diseases is the first health documentary ever to delve deep into the mystifying quandary of disease and death in the African and African Diaspora community. At present African Americans comprise approximately 14% of the United States’ national population. Yet they suffer disproportionately from a myriad of diseases that are believed to be “genetic.” Oddly enough there is no empirical data linking the ancient ancestral continental Africans to many of these modern day so-called diseases. Contrary to conventional wisdom, enslaved Africans did not arrive to the shores of America as a sick people. This film addresses all of the folklore and propaganda associated with sickness in the black community. After viewing this film there will be zero doubt in the minds of African descendants worldwide as to what they should eat, drink and do to promote life longevity.

  • April 17th consists of the screening of Urban Kryptonite from 6 PM to 10 PM. At the conclusion of the film there will be a short 10 minute recess and a return for a Question & Answer session with the cast. The confirmed cast members present will be: Cochise Tarak-Saa (Executive Producer), D’jehuty Ma’at-ra (Executive Producer), Salahdeen Asad (Director) and Minister Enqi Sangreal (cast).
  • April 18th consist of lectures from 1 PM to 5 PM. The audience will enjoy lectures from cast members. So participants are encouraged to bring notepads and questions because this is a no holds barred lecture.

Tickets to the event will be $10 per day in advance and $20 at the door per day. (Note: Children under the age of 10 get in free and students with an ID will pay 50%). Tickets can be purchased at Bama Record Shop, 2618 Bailey Avenue Jackson, MS and where the event will be held at the Chokwe Lumumba Center for Economic Democracy and Development, 939 W. Capitol Street Jackson, MS.

Alicia Crudup