The Doozers are a race of characters from Fraggle Rock who LOVE to work and build hard infrastructures.

Greetings Sistas and Brothas!

The objective of this group is to bring all skilled trades, and people who want to get into these skilled trades together, so we can network, and brainstorm on how to master our trade skills. 

In the future, we can start a skilled trades training system like the union here in the U.S.

Skilled Trades workers will be the hard, dirty hands, pioneers and builders of our own nation and a tangible & concrete black community.

Carpentry
Electrician
Welders
Cement Mason
Geothermal Heating Technician
Heavy Equipment Operator
Rig Technician
Boilermaker
Pipefitter
Formwork Technician
Collision Repair Technician
Crane Operator
Automotive Service Technician
Industrial Instrument Mechanics
Millwright Dock builders
Ironworkers and Plumbers

are some of the skilled trades we are reaching out to. Feel free to respond back to let us know your thoughts on this.

LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE & NATIONHOOD

Kawun Enen TanqaZH (is our salvation)

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  • Anybody interested in bringing their welding skills to Afrakan states.
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  • Doozers, what international markets should us Afrikstanu/afrikstani electricians look at, if we all desire to work outside the U.S.? Besides afrika, I would look at australia, some cities in china, or south korea.
  • This is whats up.We have a lot of electricians in the BAIO. I will be glad to share experiences and knowledge as well. Not as skilled though. Ive only been in the trade going on for 4 years and Im in the FEAT program down here in FL.
  • Whats up Kwelism, I have been an Electrician for over 10+ years any questions you may have far as Electrical industry you are welcome to ask.
  • What's up doozers. I'm am a beginning electrician, but I would like to move my skills outside the US for the obvious reason of the non Afrikstani society denying training and opportunity. If anybody have suggestions for work for electricians, please message me.
  • Doozers let's connect family
    • Asante sana or peace Mansa. Here's the scoop on me, i'm 29 in california enrolled in a electrical program due to the states requirements. I just started the commercial portion today. I my short term plans is to move to caribbean and out the united states. My long term plans is to live in afrikstan and help build or contribute a blak owned country in afrika. In the caribbean, i'm leaning on jamaica, given the quality of development and workers traveling to jamica, and its blak owned.
  • I hope to finally live and give and earn, learn and teach our younger brothers and sisters. I have learned I have drained myself operating in areas outside of producing for ourselves. I'm from 5th Ward Texas, schooled at CAU Clark Atlanta University, joined the Navy and contracted in Iraq and Afghanistan. I have a small company in Australia but have a vision of building in Africa. I want to join with those that are builders of the internet. Fiber Civil Install, pit installation, and cooper augmentation. Look forward to learning and sharing with this group. I hope we get off to a powerful start and be prepared for hardship as we know this will not be a cake walk. Hope we are prayed up and informed of events and obstacles that will grow us , but we overcome them...Power up brothers and sisters. lets change ourselves and continue building for our futures..I'm glad to take this walk with all of ya'll
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