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Reparations: H.R.40 is not the only answer - Al Calloway

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[By AL CALLOWAY] Typically, too many…Continue

Kilanji Bangarah on Reparations and Germany's campaign of Genocide in Namibia

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Reparation Master of Ceremony, Mr. Paramount Chief Vekuii Rukoro of the Herero people, Hon Madam Ida  Hoffmann, the Chair Person of the Nama people, Distinguish Guest, friends and comrades, Brothers…Continue

The Pan-African Institute for the Study of African Society: An Interview with Nahas Angula

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AJPAS: Greetings Nahas Angula, and thank you for agreeing to participate in this (February 2017) interview. NA: My name is Nahas Angula, former Prime Minister of the Republic of Namibia and now a…Continue

The 121st Anniversary of the Victory of Adwa - Ethiopia's Defeat of Italian Invaders

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schrieb Mulugeta Haile:On the 121st anniversary of the battle of Adwa, I would like tointroduce you to the battle with Emperor Menelik’s fatherlydeclaration of the war and the battle of Amba…Continue

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Comment by Nefertari Ahmose on April 13, 2012 at 3:07am

The sure way out of the trickery is being presented with the truth, but we are a very brainwash people and so it is hard to digest. Firstly, I have to give credit to those who seek righteousness through religion. Applauded they must, but because there are so many different churches and denominations it is very hard to ferret out the truth. Also with the accomplishment of science we must give appaulse, but I am afraid that the foundation of science is not based on the truth neither is our religious base. I will tell you why. If we go back to the era before Christ we will see that our ancestors revered the creation much more than the Creator. The ancestors did not only revere one God. They revered many Gods. The ancestors did not only revere a son, but sons and daughters. The ancestors did not only revere the male divinity, the ancestors also revered the female divinity. They spoke of Gods and Goddesses. Therefore Akhenaten with his conviction towards one God led to monotheism which the Christians, Moslems and Jews made their foundation. King Tut'ankhamun, a boy king overthrew Akhenaten one God philosophy and restored the many God philosophy. But what happened to King Tut'ankhamun? He died young and became the Hero who a certain Lord and his wife in England for a better place sold to certain American entity the whole story of Tut'akhamun. We are in America so I think it is only appropriate for those who are the keepers of the life of King Tut would come forward and so instead of me telling the story I would reserve that for them to tell. I need for this bit of knowledge to surface so I can continue with the falsehood of both science and religion, though with good intentions.


NYMetro
Comment by Nefertari Ahmose on August 26, 2010 at 4:27pm
Freedom comes from the innermost control of oneself. Therefore it is what one does or involves oneself with that determines his freedom. Why are we not free? We are not free because we do not make day to day decisions that concern us as a people. We talk of providers, is it us that provide food for our table? Is it us who provide the curriculum for our children's education? Is it us who fund our own operations? Is it us in charge of our mental condition. We can go on and on with these questions and if in deed you answer yes, then in my mind you are a free human being with potentials to be great.

South
Comment by ms. gg owens aka QUEEN AKEBA on August 12, 2010 at 9:50am
HOTEP ...WE WILL HONOR THIS MOST ARTICULATE AFRIKAN KING THIS AUGUST 17, 2010 WITH A GLOBAL READ A THON....VISIT THIS SITE FOR MORE INFO....IT IS A GREAT FEELING TO BE AN AFRIKAN FOR ME !!!!!!!!

NYMetro
Comment by KWASI Akyeampong on February 22, 2010 at 12:50pm
Brother Ali Aminitu, I get that "Tricks are still, being played", so then, where do you we as a people go from here? What is the way out of the TRICKERY?

kwasi

Chicago-Midwest
Comment by Ali Aminifu on February 22, 2010 at 12:20pm
Hotep, words from one of our greatest ancestors. The concept of an African Union is the workings of The Illuminati. They are making it sound and look good, by uniting the countries in Africa, under The African Union. It's not what it seems...Tricks are still, being played.

South
Comment by Osiris Akkebala on December 21, 2009 at 7:24am
Hoteph Beloved Black Divine Beings:

I am humble to be invited to be a member of a wall that set upon the foundation of the Greatest Black advocate for the freedom of Black people and Afrika since our fall ever!!!

The Honorable Marcus Garvey I respect to be my Leader and Spiritual Father, a Father who demonstrated how much he loved Afrika and the Afrikan.

You have as they say, hit a Home Run by erecting this Wall and the members of this wall must serve to not allow it to be penetrated by traitors to Afrika and the Black Race.

To You Do I Bow, Beloved KWASI Akyeampong.

Divine Respect To The Honorable Marcus Garvey

Be Kind To Your Self, Beloved.

Hoteph

Osiris
Chief Elder
The First Way Institute Of Afrikan Mythicism/Reparation/Repatriation

South
Comment by ms. gg owens aka QUEEN AKEBA on July 19, 2009 at 10:09pm
MA'AT HOTEP....IT IS INDEED AN HONOR TO BE PART OF THIS PARTICULAR GROUP,,,MARCUS M. GARVEY IS HIGH ON MY LIST FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE INSPIRED ME TO WANT TO BECOME MORE CULTURALLY AWARE OF WHO I AM AND THOSE AROUND ME...THE RED/BLACK AND GREEN...WHICH GAVE ME THE DESIRE TO PURCHASE A FLAG OF THOSE COLORS AND HANG IT HIGH ON MY HOUSE...WEAR MY FIINGERNAILS IN THOSE COLORS NOW FOR 15 YEARS AND THE NOSE RING FOR 16 YEARS WITH THE CULTURAL COLORS ON MY HOOP..READING ABOUT HIM AND HIS INTELLIGENT WIFE HAVE LEFT AN IMPACT ON ME ABOUT LIBERATION THAT WILL NOT AND CANNOT BE DENIED...STAND UP YOU MIGHTY RACE..WE CAN ACCOMPLISH WHAT WE CAN AND WILL....ASANTE' SANA FOR HAVING THIS SITE TO SHARE ON AND KEEP THE HOME FIRES BURNING........QUEEN AKEBA.

NYMetro
Comment by Nefertari Ahmose on March 1, 2009 at 5:12pm
All honour and praise to Sister Agnes Johnson with let us get with reality. Our Black masses will not buy into this, meaning Merkhutu and the Queendom of Wafrakan. My dear sister the good part is that Merkhutu is not just for sale, but for a people to grow in the knowledge and understanding of self and when they do be rewarded the things that give honour, dignity, success, education, self-worth and excellence by just making the effort. One cannot be apart of something that is truly not inclusive of them. Hence, the Civil Rights Movement, Garveyism, the struggle to reach today's height. I leave you with the Jamaican saying, "What is for you cannot be not for you". Love, peace and blessings. Nefertari A. Ahmose.

South
Comment by Okpara Nosakhere on February 28, 2009 at 9:31pm
Greetings Everyone,

Educational Management Associates, www.educationalmanagementassociates.com, has been given the honor of arranging speaking engagements starting the month of May 2009, for Dr. Julius Garvey, the son of the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey, founder of the Universal Negro Improvement Association of 1914.

Dr. Julius Garvey will be available for lectures to discuss the life of one of our most revered and greatest freedom fighters in America, his father.

"Where did the name of the organization come from? It was while speaking to a West Indian Negro who was a passenger with me from Southampton, who was returning home to the West Indies from Basutoland with his Basuto wife, that I further learned of the horrors of native life in Africa. He related to me in conversation such horrible and pitiable tales that my heart bled within me. Retiring from the conversation to my cabin, all day and the following night I pondered over the subject matter of that conversation, and at midnight, lying flat on my back, the vision and thought came to me that I should name the organization the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities (Imperial) League. Such a name I thought would embrace the purpose of all black humanity. Thus to the world a name was born, a movement created, and a man became known." Marcus Mosiah Garvey.

If you know of an organization that would like to have him share an important part of African American history contact: Okpara Nosakhere at okpara@aol.com. This would be an excellent opportunity to support your fund raising efforts. Peace!

West
Comment by Prophetees Leerma on February 28, 2009 at 4:24pm
Blessings to you and may you be richly blessed.
 
 
 

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Reparations: H.R.40 is not the only answer - Al Calloway

Started by TheBlackList. Last reply by Anne M Jennings See on Friday. 10 Replies

[By AL CALLOWAY] Typically, too many African American political leaders, preachers and…Continue

Kilanji Bangarah on Reparations and Germany's campaign of Genocide in Namibia

Started by TBL_Promoter Apr 10. 0 Replies

Reparation Master of Ceremony, Mr. Paramount Chief Vekuii Rukoro of the Herero people, Hon Madam Ida  Hoffmann, the Chair Person of the Nama people, Distinguish Guest, friends and comrades, Brothers and Sisters, I greet you all in unity, love and…Continue

The Pan-African Institute for the Study of African Society: An Interview with Nahas Angula

Started by TBL_Promoter Apr 6. 0 Replies

AJPAS: Greetings Nahas Angula, and thank you for agreeing to participate in this (February 2017) interview. NA: My name is Nahas Angula, former Prime Minister of the Republic of Namibia and now a retired politician. On my retirement a group of…Continue

Relationality and Resilience in a Not So Relational World?: Knowledge, Chivanhu and (De-)Coloniality in 21st Century Conflict-Torn Zimbabwe.

Started by TBL_Promoter. Last reply by Dr. Kinaya C. Sokoya Apr 3. 1 Reply

Relationality and Resilience in a Not SoRelational World?:…Continue

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