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

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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 28, 2008 at 12:40pm
In reply to the discussion titled Pan Africans, enemy of the people to which I made a reply, but it would seem got lost in this web of things. First of all who are the people? Are they the masses on the continent of Africa and the African Diaspora in the West? or, are they individuals that maintain the interests of neo-colonialism over their own people? Now, before I go putting designation on others, I would first wait for others to define who they are. So that I can see if they are one with me and my interests. I will not define Morgan Tsvangirai, Clarence Thomas or Bruce Golding it is for them to state who they are and I hope they are in line with what constitute the good care, protection and provision of the masses of African people found suffering and struggling in every part of this world. To say pan Africans are enemies of the people is a very strong statement indeed. We are our natural selves as to whom we identify with is another concern. If the word Wafrakan taken from the Kiafrakan language with Kiswahili and Amharic roots is used to designate and define all Africans, then it behoves all Africans to work not only in their own interests, but in the interests of others as well. It is what we identify with that tell us who we are. We need to unite as one African people with distinction. Time for the fractions of who we are become united with the whole and together we can move ahead successfully. I am, Nefertari A. Ahmose, Founder, Office of Black Sovereign, Queendom of Wafrakan.

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Comment by Nefertari Ahmose on April 28, 2008 at 12:14pm
As a pan African people lack of money and lack or representation among others have plagued us as a people. I come forward with Black Sovereign the Black Alternative as an office for leadership representation for our people. To mobilize us and give us financial access. I have created Merkhutu and with Merkhutu which is the currency used by the Queendom of Wafrakan and its affiliated organizations and institutions. The Queendom offers through the Royal Wafrakan Insurance benefits in healthcare, housing, education to people who pay into the system using Merkhutu as the medium of exchange. Through the Royal Wafrakan University education in Kiafran and Wafrakan studies are available in workshops and tele-classes. Merkhutu is controlled by the Royal Bank of Wafrakan. Websites for information will soon be available. People interested in services offered by the Queendom may send an e-mail to nefertari_ahmose@yahoo.com. Thank you. I am, Nefertari A Ahmose, Founder, Queendom of Wafrakan.

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Comment by jocelyn braddell on April 27, 2008 at 9:07am
At 8:56am on April 27th, 2008, jocelyn braddell said…
Dear Friends, This is a little story that shows that friendship is not alone valued for its confidence building but that small measures of aid can give people the impetus for extraordinary outcome.
Early in the history of my magazine The Handstand I received material from a sad and shy young Palestinian in a refugee camp (Deheishe) near Bethlehem. He felt the loss of happy innocent childhood for Palestinian children and he and some other young teenagers started a youthclub for very young children to dance and sing there, make jokes together, feel friendship develop. after 2-3 years they got a computer and started a website and learnt to use the machine hoping to get in touch with the outside world for help and aid for their project. The boy even achieved a visit to supporters in England, although the revelation of other life-styles impressed him he was amazed by the English inability to
communicate with him, or to talk atall, silence on car journeys, during meals etc. seemed incredible to him! This young boy grew up to late teens experiencing every measure of Israeli occupation of his country and he thought to study. He wrote to many many governments to appeal for a student study in medicine - only the Ukraine Government replied to him. He travelled to Ukraine late last year and entered the Campus to learn a new language and to begin that inexorably difficult study of medicine. What money would support him? His father has not been allowed to work by Israel govt. edict for many many Palestinian men and thus his parents can only send him a very small sum. He is lonely, he must try to communicate in Ukraine language and try to eat enough to keep going. I recently received this letter from him which is so affectionate and typical of his strong will that I am sure you, dear friends will take the measure of it for your own community.
dearest Jocelyn,
thank you very much for sending that great book to me, i have got it, it reached me to my campus, and i showed it to my medical teacher and she said its really really great. and she told me that it will help me a lot, and the next years. i am really grateful for you to send that book to me.
and about the palestinian doctor, please dont leave him or he would forget about me, so, please remind him often, and please make sure that he has sent me the message .
dear jocelyn plz dont make your self tired with me, please take care of yourself, ad dont be sad or unhappy for me, because you should know that i would never stop or give up.
please agine , take care of your self and have all my worm greeting.
PS. plz dont get angry from me because i took some time to set on the internet, but it was because of studies.
 
 
 

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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 yesterday. 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

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