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"Helicopters hover heavily above, often no higher than the tree tops that dot the battlefield. Staccato vibrations of automatic gunfire crack throughout the night, drowned out only by explosions and sirens. People hustle quickly past, in a dangerous attempt to get anywhere the fighting happens to be heaviest. There is troop movement throughout the city, and in some areas the fighting is intense. The soldiers are engaged in a "civil war." A war without terms. A war fought by any means necessary, with anything at their disposal. This conflict has lasted nine years longer than Vietnam. Though the setting is not jungle per se, its atmosphere is as dangerous and mysterious as any jungle in the world. Neither side receives funding from any government, nor does either side claim allegiance to any particular religion or socioeconomic system of government. There are no representatives from either faction in the United Nations, nor does either side recognize the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Recruitment, or conscription, begins at eleven years of age. Squads of usually five make raids into neighboring territories for preemptive strikes or retaliatory hits on enemies and targets useful to the opposition. Although both armies are predominantly made up of males, there are females involved in the fighting. These infrastructures were built initially on robberies and extortions. Today, however, they are maintained by proceeds from major narcotics deals and distribution throughout America. Each army has a distinct territory--the boundaries of some very large areas are broken by enemy cluster camps. Each army has its own flag, to which total allegiance is pledged. Each army has its own language, customs, philosophy, and has its own GNP." #Monster
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✊ Happy Assata Shakur Liberation Day

On November 2, 1979, the escape began when three BLA members, posing as prison visitors, drew .45 pistols and took two correction officers hostage at Clinton Correctional Facility for Women. They seized a prison van and used it to flee the correctional facility with Shakur.  life in prison. During the next six years (much of it spent in solitary confinement), Shakur beat a half dozen other indictments. In 1979-after giving birth in prison, only to have her daughter taken away in less than a week Assata Shakur managed one of the most impressive jailbreaks of the era. After almost a year in a West Virginia federal prison for women, surrounded by white supremacists from the Aryan Sisterhood prison gang, Shakur was transferred to the maximum security wing of the Clinton Correctional Center in New Jersey.

There she was one of only eight maximum security prisoners held in a small, well-fenced cellblock of their own. The rest of Clinton-including its visiting area-was medium security and not fenced in. According to news reports at the time, Shakur’s November 2 escape proceeded as follows: Three men-two black, one white-using bogus drivers licenses and Social Security cards, requested visits with Assata four weeks in advance, as was prison policy. But prison officials never did the requisite background checks. On the day of the escape, the team of three met in the waiting room at the prison entrance one of them drew a gun and took the guard hostage. Simultaneously, the man visiting Shakur rushed the control booth, put two pistols to the glass wall, and ordered the officer to open the room’s metal door. She obliged. From there Shakur and “the raiders” as some press reports dubbed them took a third guard hostage and made it to the parked van. Because only the maximum security section of the prison was fully fenced-in the escape team was able to speed across a grassy meadow to the parking lot of the Hunterdon State School, where they meet two more female accomplices, and split up into a “two-tone blue sedan” and a Ford Maverick. #AssataShakur #HandsoffAssata #PardonAssataShakur #NewAfrikanIndependenceMovement #Assata

#CONVERSATIONREPARATIONS #Ncobra Join the premiere Coalition at our Annual National Conference in Miami as we evaluate our strategies and put forward new strategies and\or perfect our current strategies for obtaining reparations for Afrikan descendants in the USA.

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MXGM STATEMENT ON THE TRUMP ELECTORAL VICTORY
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MXGM National Coordinating Committee
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To the general population of Africans colonized inside the United States empire, the New Afrikan People. The election of a new administration under Donald Trump has created an impending crisis for our people and for the world. While some have gleefully welcomed this circumstance as an opportunity to forward our people's struggle for liberation "because they will be forced to deal with overt white supremacy", we disagree. The emergence and consolidation of a truly fascist state aligning the worst of capitalist/imperialist policy makers, military forces, and branches of government along with a nihilistic religious fundamentalism aimed at "making America White again" can never be good for New Afrikans or other oppressed people's.
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On the other hand the response and opposition to Trumpist Fascism and the ongoing demonstrations to it are a good thing and an opportunity for our people to organize and prepare ourselves to not only weather the coming storm, but push our fight for self-determination and human rights for New Afrikans forward.
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Already, the shifts and policy changes being signaled by the new fascist government threatens to create such chaos around everyday life in the areas of housing, education, healthcare, policing and employment that it will push the most oppressed of our people into extreme survival mode and subject them even more to the will of the settler-colonial, imperialist patriarchal system. A people in chaos and survival mode with no sense of self reliance can not be organized for self determination and liberation. This demands then that we focus on building our institutional strategic programs for self determination and liberation while at the same time stimulate and intervene in the mass motion against fascism and insure that the demands for self-determination for Black people are not pushed under a "united front" integrationist rug.
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As we undertake actions of resistance, we need to ask the question, "how will this support our struggle for self-determination and liberation from the American empire". We must challenge every effort to normalize

Never let no man or woman seperate ... you ... its bigga then ideology or beliefs... What's Overstood is never Understood... The Explained needs No Explanation .... #newafrikanindependencemovement #augustthirdcollective @augustthirdcollective #NAPLA #NAIM

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CYNTHIA BOSTON SENT TO JAIL FOR SILENCE ON BRINK'S CASE

By GLENN FOWLER

Published: December 8, 1981

Cynthia Boston, who was cleared of complicity in the Brink's armored-car robbery and shootout in Rockland County on Oct. 20, was jailed yesterday for refusing to cooperate with a Federal grand jury.

Judge Lee P. Gagliardi of Federal District Court in Manhattan held the 33-year-old Miss Boston in contempt of court and ordered her remanded to the Metropolitan Correctional Center. The sentence is indeterminate and could last up to the duration of the grand jury or an 18-month maximum if she continues to refuse to testify or to provide handwriting and hair samples.

The grand jury is investigating the bungled $1.6 million robbery in which two police officers and a Brink's guard were killed. Seized in Mississippi Farmhouse

Miss Boston was arrested a week after the robbery at a farmhouse in Gallman, Miss. Authorities in New York said she had been seen the day after the robbery cleaning out a ''safe house'' used by radicals in Mount Vernon, N.Y. Her husband, William Johnson, is a fugitive in the Brink's case.

She was freed on Nov. 5 when an automobile mechanic in New Orleans testified that she was in that city when she was supposed to have been in Mount Vernon. A grand-jury subpoena was handed to her on her release.

Yesterday, after several postponements, Miss Boston went before the grand jury and shortly afterward was told to report to Judge Gagliardi. She asserted, as she has since her arrest, that she would not testify unless she could have the counsel of her choice, Chokwe Lumumba, a Detroit lawyer who has been barred from representing her.

Miss Boston and Mr. Lumumba are members of the Republic of New Afrika, which seeks to establish separate nationhood for black Americans. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has termed it a terrorist group. 50 of Her Supporters Demonstrate

About 50 supporters of Miss Boston picketed outside the United States Court House in Foley Square and sought entry to the courtroom. They protested loudly when Judge Gagliardi ordered the courtroom cleared

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#BlackAugust Weusi Agosti GJU Radio Wed August the 9th,2017 at 8:00 pm est (5pm LA/7pm Chicago ) as we politick with Thandisizwe Chimurenga @tchimurenga , Thandisizwe is a award winning freelance journalist based in Los Angeles, CA She has written for New American Media the Los Angeles Watts Times, Sentinel and Wave newspapers; Black Agenda Report Ebony CounterPunch Truth-Out and Daily Kos Thandisizwe Chimurenga is a former radio reporter for the KPFK Evening News (Pacifica-Los Angeles) and Free Speech Radio News(FSRN) SiStar Chimurenga is a creator and/or co-creator of independent grassroots media(newspapers,cable tv,radio) for over 20 years,and her activism has ranged from electora organizing;anti-police terror wok; freedom for political prisoners and prisoners of war; to organizing against violence against woman. Mama Thandiszwe wrote her first book 'No Doubt: The Murder(s) of Oscar Grant , released in 2014. She relased her second book Reparations Not Yet in 2015 . SiStar Chimurenga has written various witings one she wrote was a tribute to Yuri Kochiyama To listen and join into the George Jackson University Radio call into 347-826-7332 #georgejacksonuniversity
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@Regrann from @august_third_napla - 🐉@haki_kweli_shakur #BAM The Five Tenets of Black August

Doc Holiday a longtime member of the Black liberation and prison struggle has written that the tenets of the Black August Program include:
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1. A fast which historically has been used as an expression of personal commitment and resistance.
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2. We abstain from consuming any type of intoxicants for the entire month of August.
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3. We limit our selection of television and radio to educational programs, i.e. news, documentaries and cultural programs, etc.
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4. During BA we emphasize political and cultural studies for individuals involved in BA. Participants in BA should pair off with someone else you know to study and share knowledge of African Affairs.
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5. As an outward expression of BA we wear a Black arm band on the left arm or wrist as a tribute to those Africans who have died as a result of their sacrifice for African Liberation. The arm band can be worn either on the inside or outside of your clothing.
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6. Black August (BA) is a revolutionary concept. Therefore, all revolutionaries, nationalists and others who are committed to ending oppression should actively participate in Black August. #fivetenets #fivetenentaofblackaugust #blackaugust #blackaugustresistance
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🐉@haki_kweli_shakur #BAM The Five Tenets of Black August

Doc Holiday a longtime member of the Black liberation and prison struggle has written that the tenets of the Black August Program include:
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1. A fast which historically has been used as an expression of personal commitment and resistance.
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2. We abstain from consuming any type of intoxicants for the entire month of August.
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3. We limit our selection of television and radio to educational programs, i.e. news, documentaries and cultural programs, etc.
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4. During BA we emphasize political and cultural studies for individuals involved in BA. Participants in BA should pair off with someone else you know to study and share knowledge of African Affairs.
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5. As an outward expression of BA we wear a Black arm band on the left arm or wrist as a tribute to those Africans who have died as a result of their sacrifice for African Liberation. The arm band can be worn either on the inside or outside of your clothing.
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6. Black August (BA) is a revolutionary concept. Therefore, all revolutionaries, nationalists and others who are committed to ending oppression should actively participate in Black August. #fivetenets #fivetenentaofblackaugust #blackaugust #blackaugustresistance
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By @raspy_rawls "♻ @Haki_kweli_shakur The Underground Railroad was started on August 2, 1850 The Underground Railroad was a network of secret routes and safe houses used by 19th-century enslaved people of African descent in the United States in efforts to escape to free states and Canada with the aid of abolitionists and allies

Various other routes led to Mexico or overseas. An "Underground Railroad" running south toward Florida, then a Spanish possession, existed from the late 17th century until shortly after the American Revolution. However, the network now generally known as the Underground Railroad was formed in the early 19th century, and reached its height between 1850 and 1860. One estimate suggests that by 1850, 100,000 slaves had escaped via the "Railroad". More than 30,000 people were said to have escaped there via the network during its 20-year peak period

At its peak, nearly 1,000 slaves per year escaped from slave-holding states using the Underground Railroad – more than 5,000 court cases for escaped slaves were recorded – many fewer than the natural increase of the enslaved population. The resulting economic impact was minuscule, but the psychological influence on slaveholders was immense. Under the original Fugitive Slave Act of 1793, officials from slave-holding states were responsible for the recovery of runaway slaves, but citizens and governments of many free states ignored the law, and the Underground Railroad thrive.. #BlackAugust #BlackAugustResistance #undergroundrailroad #FreedomArt #August2nd1850 via #newafrikanindependencemovement #augustthirdcollectivesouth #augustthirdcollective Sponsored By The #UpCommunity" via @PhotoRepost_app

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"Helicopters hover heavily above, often no higher than the tree tops that dot the battlefield. Staccato vibrations of automatic gunfire crack throughout the night, drowned out only by explosions and sirens. People hustle quickly past, in a dangerous attempt to get anywhere the fighting happens to be heaviest. There is troop movement throughout the city, and in some areas the fighting is intense. The soldiers are engaged in a "civil war." A war without terms. A war fought by any means necessary, with anything at their disposal. This conflict has lasted nine years longer than Vietnam. Though the setting is not jungle per se, its atmosphere is as dangerous and mysterious as any jungle in the world. Neither side receives funding from any government, nor does either side claim allegiance to any particular religion or socioeconomic system of government. There are no representatives from either faction in the United Nations, nor does either side recognize the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Recruitment, or conscription, begins at eleven years of age. Squads of usually five make raids into neighboring territories for preemptive strikes or retaliatory hits on enemies and targets useful to the opposition. Although both armies are predominantly made up of males, there are females involved in the fighting. These infrastructures were built initially on robberies and extortions. Today, however, they are maintained by proceeds from major narcotics deals and distribution throughout America. Each army has a distinct territory--the boundaries of some very large areas are broken by enemy cluster camps. Each army has its own flag, to which total allegiance is pledged. Each army has its own language, customs, philosophy, and has its own GNP." #Monster
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@haki_kweli_shakur Enslaved New Afrikans from Beaufort , Pitt and Craven Counties of North Carolina Planned to Attack Plantantions Freeing Slaves , Killing a Whites , Grabbing Arms , and Then Move to a Area Call Black Country in The Mountains of North Carolina and Found Their Own Independent Black Nation & Government 40 Slaves & Leaders Captured , They Were whipped and Ears Cropped , Main Leader Executed , Whites in Wilmington North Carolina Hear Rumors of Slave Uprisings and Disarm Blacks , Put in 9 PM Curfews!
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The period between 1775 and 1800 was a turbulent time for North Carolina slave owners, as the American Revolution destabilized race relations in the state. As the people won independence from Great Britain and then struggled to define the new American nation, they kept a constant watch over their slaves. Many slaves were themselves involved in social and political pursuits. Black men fought for both sides in the Revolutionary War, and many supported the principles of liberty and democracy. During the war, white North Carolinians investigated numerous rumors of slave revolts. In 1775 whites in Wilmington gained peace of mind by disarming all blacks, imposing a 9:00 p.m. curfew, and requiring an oath of allegiance from their slaves. A posse of Beaufort County whites rounded up more than 40 African Americans believed to be plotting an insurrection, including the 2 alleged leaders. These men reportedly planned to kill white families and burn their houses on 8 July 1775 as they traveled to "black country" for weapons and a new black-led government. #newafrikan77wordpress #NorthCarolina #slaverebellions #slaverebellion #Maroons #wilmington #wilimingtonnc #beaufortnc #PittNC #CravenNC #WorldWide #WeFaughtBack #newyork #losangeles #Africa #Miami #Atlanta #Virginia #DMV #SouthCarolina #NationHood #newafrikanindependencemovement #seedofgabrielprosser #hakikwelishakur

#tbt @haki_kweli_shakur This a Lifestyle Tribal , Hundreds of Thousands of Afrikans ( Igbo , Ewe , Yoruba , Ashanti , Wolof, Angolan , Mandinka , Kongolese, Fulani, Mande, Guinean, Ivorian, Cameroonian , Senegalese ) were sold from this spot in Shockoe bottom , There were over 28 Slave Traders and 40 Auction Houses in Operation 350,000 Women , Children , Men were sold in this area between 1790 and 1859 Making It the Slave Trade Hub of that time External and Internal ( Down River Slave Trade ) Richmond Virginia This Area is nicknamed The Goree Island of The United States Come Visit this Sacred Space 🔴 Red is for the blood they Shed - Haki Shakur #newafrikan77wordpress #shockoebottom #shockoevalley #SaveShockoe #ShockoeSlip #17streetMarketPlace #RVA #804 #RichmondVA #richmondafricanburialground #richmondslavetrail #Virginia #Atlanta #Houston #Miami #NewOrleans #NewYork #Lasvegas #Losangeles #Lasvegas #Chicago #seedofgabrielprosser #HakiKweliShakur #newafrikanindependencemovement #BlackBelt #Selfie #NewAfrika

#throwbackthursday Comrad Sanyika Shakur Born Monster Kody Interview " who were righteous revolutionaries. And too, I began to look at all the others who’d accepted the New Afrikan ideology – practically all of the POWs: Kuwasi Balagoon, Jalil Muntaquim, Sekou Odinga, Abdul Shanna, Sundiata Acoli etc. etc. etc. So that was it for me. I dug into the ideological formation, overstood it and pressed on, in concert with those who’d proved themselves worthy in countless battles with the beast.
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To be New Afrikan is to recognize that you are a member of a distinct culture, that you are a citizen of a nation unto itself in the belly of the beast. It is a determination to exert this national reality, build a strong state (government) around it and struggle against the forces which oppress it in order to get free. And free here means free to determine our own destiny, free to develop our own productive forces to meet our needs as a nation, free to be ourselves for our own benefit and of course free of mind-warping genocidal violence perpetrated against our nationals from the cradle to the grave. This entails being free from capitalism, imperialism and colonialism.
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To be a New Afrikan is to be guided by the New Afrikan Declaration of Independence, the New Afrikan Creed, and the Code of Umoja and the Nguzo Saba. It is to have allegiance to the Provisional Government of the Republic of New Afrika and to struggle to establish our sovereignty beyond contradiction. It’s revolutionary nationalism! #MonsterKody #SanyikaShakur #AugustThirdCollective #newafrikanindependencemovement #newafrikan77wordpress #MonsterKody #FreeMonsterKody
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What is Your Nation Flag? What is its Colors ? What is its Name? - This is Ours The New Afrikan Independence Flag ( Provisional Government of The Republic of New Afrika) - The Pan-Afrikan flag created by Marcus Garvey is red (top), black (middle), and green (bottom). The New Afrikan flag order is different. If We were free and independent, the Black (representing the people) would be at the top and green on the bottom. Since We are an oppressed nation, our flag is upside down reflecting We are in crisis. The green is on top and the black on the bottom. It will reverse when We achieve self-determination. The red (the blood) is in smaller proportion to the black and the green on the New Afrikan flag representing the desire and hope that We shed as little blood as necessary.
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New Afrikan Revolution, is the solution. The New Afrikan Independence Movement/NAIM is the LIBERATING vehicle. NAIM is a movement in the process of bulding the STATE to protect the NATION/RNA. Through struggle the many afrikan nations that were enslaved became one through the shared experiences of enslavement & colonization. We have become a distinct people here in the u.s., recognizing our different interests as people we declared our independence via Declaration of Independence in 1968, proclaiming freedom from the jurisdiction of the united states of amerikkka. We are engaged in a national liberation revolution. We realize that many are unaware of the existence of the Nation= Republic of New Afrika, so Our primary concern is that of informing those of Afrikan descent born in the u.s. of their right to be apart of the nation as citizens by birthrite. These efforts to fully inform New Afrikans is being led and organized by the Provisional Government Republic of New Afrika. The Fundamental Solution to Our problems as a people is a Nation State. Their are no individual remedies to our situation. This is a matter of generating the Force and Power needed to accomplish our mandate to FREE THE LAND! We shall Win by People Power organized on the basis of Identity, Direction & Purpose. #GreenRedBlack #newafrikan77wordpress #NationFlag #newafrikanindependencemovement #sovereignty

Cheat Sheet: slow grilled two whole chickens, cut into halves. Turned little BBQ grill into a semi-smoker by using indirect heat. Eating all weekend for under $10. Now I gotta convert Open Pit into my signature sauce.
Won't be attending any BBQs this weekend. Not my holiday and I can be quite disagreeable when observing my colonized people paying homage to their enemies victory over Britain. What they didn't teach you in history class is that the so-called Revolutionary War was actually a counter-revolution. Britain was abolishing slavery at home and was preparing to do so in its colonies. "Taxation without representation" was a false flag. They really didn't wanna have to end such a good thing that slavery was for them.
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Cheat Sheet: slow grilled two whole chickens, cut into halves. Turned little BBQ grill into a semi-smoker by using indirect heat. Eating all weekend for under $10. Now I gotta convert Open Pit into my signature sauce.
Won't be attending any BBQs this weekend. Not my holiday and I can be quite disagreeable when observing my colonized people paying homage to their enemies victory over Britain. What they didn't teach you in history class is that the so-called Revolutionary War was actually a counter-revolution. Britain was abolishing slavery at home and was preparing to do so in its colonies. "Taxation without representation" was a false flag. The settler americans really didn't wanna have to end such a good thing that slavery was for them.
#history #blackhistory #americanhistory #fourthofjuly #julyfourth #independence #independenceday #newafrikanindependencemovement #naim #woke #awake #rbg #realconsciousness

RepostBy @haki_kweli_shakur: "Sometimes We Get Railroaded & We Need Our Elders to Put Us Back on That RailRoad Track ( Mutulu Opposed Alotta Gangsterism Tupac Indulged in ) Haki Shakur x K. Kinte Discussing the Importance of Elders in The Black Liberation Struggle @k1kinte
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Mama Njeri Akousa Aminah Alghanee June 24, 1952 - June 24, 2010 ( Black Nationalism & Self - Identity ) Mama Njeri A respected leader of the reparations movement in the U.S., Alghanee had served in several capacities for NCOBRA, the National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America, and was a national co-chair at the time of her death. Alghanee’s life was dedicated to the liberation of African peoples. As a teenager in Indianapolis she joined the Black Panther Party and continued her activism as a student at Wayne State University in Detroit. She became a citizen of The Republic of New Africa and was a vocal supporter of African liberation struggles in Zimbabwe, Angola, Namibia and South Africa.
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Detroit was a center of revolutionary Black political activism, and she established relationships with many who are today leaders of such organizations as the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement and The Republic of New Africa, as well as elected officials in Detroit and Mississippi. Among Alghanee’s many areas of work was her unceasing concern for the many political prisoners who have now spent decades in prisons as a result of their stands against racism and police terror. With degrees in mass communications and early childhood education, Alghanee held executive positions at the Georgia Citizen’s Coalition on Hunger and the Georgia Advocates for Battered Women and Children. She also devoted considerable energy to Disabled in Action, consistently including the struggle of this marginalized community in the overall liberation agenda. Several schools, community arts centers, youth programs and women’s organizations. @haki_kweli_shakur #MamaNjereAlghanee #NjereAlghanee #mamanjerialghanee #MamaNjeriAkousaAminahAlghanee #MamaNjeri #NCOBRA #ReparationsEnforcer #newafrikan77wordpress #RNA #newafrikanindependencemovement #QueenMotherMoore #JoanFranklin #DaraAbubakaru
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Iyalosha Fulani Nandi Adegbalola Sunni-Ali 1948- June 17 2016 A Revolutionary Black Female Nationalist /Republic of New Afrika if you know Assata , Afeni , Safiya , Get Familiar wit Fulani @haki_kweli_shakur
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From her early years she was a citizen of the Provisional Government of the Republic of New Africa which has sought to create a black nation in the five Southern States of Mississippi, Georgia, Louisiana, Alabama, and Florida. The PGRNA, established in 1968 will celebrate 50 years in 2018.

Iya Fulani experienced the building of Black Nationhood over several decades. She was a revolutionary, wife, mother, spiritual leader, and community builder. Fulani was a committed wife to revolutionary nationalist, activist, and musician - Bilal Sunni Ali
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