Educating a Generation | Unmute your mic podcast

Every generation needs someone who will care enough, and who is selfless enough to educate them on the hard things of this world. And while often many youth think they need to turn to athletes and artists for inspiration it’s people like Omari Ajanaku who remind them that there are people in your own community to look to for not only resources but inspiration.

ABOUT THE GUEST: His name is Swahili and comes from East Africa in Kenya. Omari (Oh-Ma-Ree) means the highest, mountaintop and close to God, Ajamu (Ah-Jah-Moo) means he who fights for what he wants, Ajanaku (Ah-Jah-Na-Koo) means free and wealthy people. Omari is a husband and father of three children; Aiyanna, Bashiri and Israel. He was born in Chicago, IL and grew up in Langston/Guthrie, OK. After attending Langston University in 2012 he graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2017 with two bachelor's degrees; one in forensic science and the other in criminal justice with the intention of using both with his future criminal law degree. His experience includes; six years with Oklahoma City Public Schools as a substitute/Language Art's Teacher, seven years with the YMCA as a youth and family counselor/coordinator and four years with various youth shelters as a youth specialist/advocate. Omari is the owner of an entertainment company, a criminal law firm, a vocational non-profit and a podcast. His purpose is to control his intellectual property, ensure generational wealth and to lead by example while doing what he loves to do.

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