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Jamaica, A Pilgrimage for Pan African Leaders
A team of three Pan African Federalists will be heading to Jamaica to take part in the production of the annual Mwalimu Marcus Mosiah Garvey Lecture and Concert on Sunday, August 20, 2017 in celebration of the birthday of Jamaica’s first national hero.
The team consists of Brother Joomaay Faye, Deputy Coordinator and Founding member, International Provisional Initiating Committee (IPIC), Pan African Federalist Movement (PAFM) (Senegal/New Jersey); Felipe Noguera, Caribbean Coordinator, Regional Initiating Committee (RIC), Pan African Federalist Movement (PAFM) and Michael Cherry, Award-Winning Actor who will perform a Soliloquy of Mwalimu Marcus Garvey’s life. (Both are from Trinidad & Tobago).
The Pan African Federalists will be joined by an emerging National Initiating Team (NIC) on the ground which includes Dr Danovan Whyte, Coordinator, members Kamau Janai, Valerie Dixon and others.
Sharon Parris-Chambers, Deputy Coordinator, Regional Initiating Committee, Caribbean will spearhead the planning and organization of their visit and meetings to include dialogue with Pan Africanists in all spheres, civic and community leaders.
The organization is a grassroots coalition for African Unity built around the Call for the First Pan African Federalist Congress, which was officially launched by the International Provisional Initiating Committee (IPIC) on Wednesday, February 25, 2015.
The Mwalimu Marcus Mosiah Garvey Lecture and Concert is the premier annual event produced by IRIE FM Radio which invites Africans far and wide to the IRIE FM Courtyard and Great House to celebrate Jamaica’s first national hero through Tributes in the form of spoken word, dance, lectures and concert performances CONTINUES