restoration & unification
The indigenous family has been “reverenced, stereotyped and vilified from the days of slavery to our own time,“ says the The Association for the Study of African American Life and History. The unity and family identity of the black, hispanic, and native community has been torn apart by slavery, prison systems, government systems, music, and entertainment. The indigenous people have been a subject of a divide and conquer scheme. As a community, we lack unity between our brothers and sisters of the 12 tribes of Yisra’El. While we are at war with each other, we often forget about who our enemy really is.
The House of Ivriyah has purposed itself to restore and unify the Ivriy community by restoring the Ivriy family unit through personal and business relationships. Blood is thicker than water, and there are reasons for that. How good and pleasant it is when brothers live together in unity! Your family contains the greatest Morehs (teachers) that you can have in this lifetime. Family is the origin of who and whose we are. “Friends love all the time, and kinsfolk are born for times of trouble.” If you succeed and build with anyone, it should be your family. A strong family restores identity, morality, wisdom, and wealth.
Becoming Ivriyah is a podcast project focused on developing a collection of motivational tidbits, conversations, and memos centered around the lifestyles and challenges of Ivriyahs around the world. Hear your elders, mothers, and sisters and let them hear you.
Working Women Placement Project is an economy building and wealth circulation project that secures workers with employers, employers with workers, and organizations with volunteers.
House of Ivriyah has partnered with Ivriy(ah)-owned busineses and Ivriy(ah) workers to supply black and brown companies with black and brown workers. Click on the title to apply as an employee, business partner, or volunteer.