folktale of the one who never lied with baba the storyteller

Greetings Everyone!

First off, I want to thank those of you who sent me emails and messages of support for the issue of the child whose father told him he hated Black People. I appreciate the heartfelt sincerity in your messages.

I’ll do another BABA TALKS episode soon dealing with the level of disrespect I’m seeing children engage adults with on campuses.

Until then, I’ve posted quite a few storytelling videos because of requests from students, past and present. I actually think these stories can be enjoyed by anyone, regardless of age. Click this link to watch my latest Folktale: The One Who Never Told a Lie.

If you want to be notified whenever I post one of these videos to YouTube, then Click here to SUBSCRIBE and you’ll be notified whenever I post.

Oops, almost forgot! I also posted a Black History Month Profile Video of Aesop, the famous author of Aesop’s Fables. Here’s a link to that video: Who was Aesop?

I’ve got a few other news-worthy irons in the fire that I’m excited about but will wait until they are confirmed to talk about them. 

I want to welcome Alhaji Papa Susso back from his two-year retreat in his home country, The Gambia. I’ve learned so much from this man. Anyone interested in securing him for a performance, lecture, or presentation, here’s a link to Alhaji Papa Suso’s Facebook Page.

I’ll be calling you soon Papa!

Well my friends you know how much I appreciate each and every one of you for being on my email list and accompanying me on this beautiful journey we call life. Message me, let me know what’s going on with you. This need not be a one-directional mode of communication. Take care, my friends!

Until our paths cross again, Dooni dooni kononi bé nyaga da (Little by Little the Small Bird Builds its Nest).

Warmest regards,


P.S. Don’t Forget to Subscribe to My YouTube Channel.

Share This