Konbit is centered on redefining oppression and ascension from the Black point of view.Specifically, Konbit draws from the Black worldview undiluted by our current oppressive state. Themes covered in Konbit are; healing (purging), restoring connection, re-establishing the organic lifestyle,and reinstating our community centered value systems.
Questions that led to the creation of Konbit are:
What created the environment that led to our fall? How can we change the way we learn and history to benefit most from our ancestors work? How can we tap into and draw out the collective vision for the quality of the Afro centric society that we have been fighting to regain? What parts of our identity, values and worldview have been buried in the process of assimilating into the western empire? How will we unearth them in order to align with nature so we can achieve full liberation? What common perspectives and understanding will help us close the gap of our divide so we can achieve collective healing and restoration? What does it take to create an environment where each individual understands and embodies their purposeful role in activism? Why does the fall of African society seem to parallel the fall of humanity in general and how would this insight change the trends in activism?