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🐉🦍 #Linkinbio #SanyikaShakurII All Broadcast and Guest you may have missed can be streamed at GJU Radio Site Link in Bio!! Sanyika Shakur II @too_hunnit Will Be a Guest On Tomorrows GJU Radio Tune In! Free The Land ! Revolutionary Greetings ! Tune into George Jackson University Radio every Wed night at 8:00 pm eastern time (5:00 pm west coast time ) . As we present history education, politics, social development struggle, revolution and all other affairs that pertains to our new Afrikan (Afrikan/Black ) Nation. On Wed Feb the 8th,2017 we will be rapping with Sanyika Shakur II . Sanyika "Santu" Shakur 2 was born in Los Angeles California to Sanyika Shakur (long term new Afrikan freedom fighter organizer and political prisoner ) and Tamu Shakur He was raised in Houston,Texas. Attended college in Atlanta Georgia at Clark University as a Psychology Major Sanyika has been active in New Afrikan Scouts Organization and he joined Malcolm X GrassRoots Movement under the tutelage of Baba Watani Tyehimba . Comrade Sanyika has read notable books such as Soledad Brother ,Assata,FBI War On Tupac Shakur and Black Leaders to name a few . Brother Shakur is also a spoken word poet whom has travelled all over the States to perform . He is a very committed new Afrikan working towards independence ,land and socialism . And is dedicated to carry out the work of the ancestors /elders . Join us as we build /educate during the Black History Month . The call in number to listen ,ask questions and make statements is 347-826-7332 . See you there . The Struggle Is For Land ! #georgejacksonuniversity #georgejacksonradio
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🐉🦍 #Linkinbio #ThandisizweChmurenga All Broadcast and Guest you may have missed can be streamed at GJU Radio Site Link in Bio!!! 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 #OscarGrant #georgejacksonuniversity
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Repost from @haki_kweli_shakur Cadres & Politics in Command ( Means consistent adherence to the principles of OUR philosophy and OUR ideology, it means WE must keep OUR theory policies and lines in command of ALL OUR thoughts and actions, as WE Re-Build We must base Ourselves on an Overstanding of “ POLITICS “ as a ENTIRE WORLDVIEW and EVOLVING new WAY OF LIFE forged in the process of Struggle to end OUR oppression!
_
July 18, 1981 The first New Afrikan Freedom Fighters Day was held in Harlem, NYC. It was called in honor of Assata Shakur, the Black Liberation Army, Black revolutionary fighters killed in action, those New Afrikans held behind the walls, and those fighting in clandestinity. The event mobilized about 1000 people representing freedom struggles throughout the colonized world, such as Puerto Rico, Mexico, as well as u.s. socialist organizations.
Let us never forget those among us who made the ultimate sacrifices in the name of our collective liberation Ancestors:
Harriet Tubman
Nat Turner
Denmark Vessey
Baba Omowale/ el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz/ Malcolm X
George Jackson
Jonathan Jackson
Zayd Malik Shakur
Kuwasi Balagoon
Mytayari Shabaka Sundiata
Alprentice "Bunchy" Cater
John Huggins
Bobby Hutton
Herman Ferguson
Afeni Shakur
Queen Mother Moore
Chokwe Lumumba
Hugo Pinell
Phil Africa
Merele Africa
Albert "Nuh" Washington
Safiya Bukhari
Geronimo Ji-Jaga
Abdul Majid
Saladin Shakur
Fleeta Drumgo
Prisoners:
Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin
Herman Bell
Joe Joe Bowen
Robert Seth Hayes
Ruchell Magee
Jalil Muntaquim
Ronald Reed
Kojo Bomani Sababu
Kamau Sadiki
Mutulu Shakur
Russell Maroon Shoatz
Chuck Africa
Debbie Africa
Janet Africa
Delbert Africa
Eddie Africa
Janine Africa
Mike Africa
Mumia Abu Jamal
Sundiata Acoli
Exiled:
Nehanda Isoke Abiodun
Assata Olugbala Shakur
Veterans:
Sekou Odinga
Albert Woodfox
Jamal Joseph
Ashanti Alston
Dr. Muhammad Ahmad/ Max Stanford
John Clutchette
Dhoruba Bin-Wahad
This is by no means a complete list and so feel free to add names you see missing.
Asante Sana to them all.
Free The Land! #blackgovernmentmatters #NewAfrikanIndependenceMovement #SeedofGabrielProsser #newafrikanpoliticaleducation #DMV #hakikwelishakur #ste

Cadres & Politics in Command ( Means consistent adherence to the principles of OUR philosophy and OUR ideology, it means WE must keep OUR theory policies and lines in command of ALL OUR thoughts and actions, as WE Re-Build We must base Ourselves on an Overstanding of “ POLITICS “ as a ENTIRE WORLDVIEW and EVOLVING new WAY OF LIFE forged in the process of Struggle to end OUR oppression!
_
July 18, 1981 The first New Afrikan Freedom Fighters Day was held in Harlem, NYC. It was called in honor of Assata Shakur, the Black Liberation Army, Black revolutionary fighters killed in action, those New Afrikans held behind the walls, and those fighting in clandestinity. The event mobilized about 1000 people representing freedom struggles throughout the colonized world, such as Puerto Rico, Mexico, as well as u.s. socialist organizations.
Let us never forget those among us who made the ultimate sacrifices in the name of our collective liberation Ancestors:
Harriet Tubman
Nat Turner
Denmark Vessey
Baba Omowale/ el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz/ Malcolm X
George Jackson
Jonathan Jackson
Zayd Malik Shakur
Kuwasi Balagoon
Mytayari Shabaka Sundiata
Alprentice "Bunchy" Cater
John Huggins
Bobby Hutton
Herman Ferguson
Afeni Shakur
Queen Mother Moore
Chokwe Lumumba
Hugo Pinell
Phil Africa
Merele Africa
Albert "Nuh" Washington
Safiya Bukhari
Geronimo Ji-Jaga
Abdul Majid
Saladin Shakur
Fleeta Drumgo
Prisoners:
Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin
Herman Bell
Joe Joe Bowen
Robert Seth Hayes
Ruchell Magee
Jalil Muntaquim
Ronald Reed
Kojo Bomani Sababu
Kamau Sadiki
Mutulu Shakur
Russell Maroon Shoatz
Chuck Africa
Debbie Africa
Janet Africa
Delbert Africa
Eddie Africa
Janine Africa
Mike Africa
Mumia Abu Jamal
Sundiata Acoli
Exiled:
Nehanda Isoke Abiodun
Assata Olugbala Shakur
Veterans:
Sekou Odinga
Albert Woodfox
Jamal Joseph
Ashanti Alston
Dr. Muhammad Ahmad/ Max Stanford
John Clutchette
Dhoruba Bin-Wahad
This is by no means a complete list and so feel free to add names you see missing.
Asante Sana to them all.
Free The Land! #blackgovernmentmatters #NewAfrikanIndependenceMovement #SeedofGabrielProsser #newafrikanpoliticaleducation #DMV #hakikwelishakur #stephonclark #altonsterling

Cadres & Politics in Command ( Means consistent adherence to the principles of OUR philosophy and OUR ideology, it means WE must keep OUR theory policies and lines in command of ALL OUR thoughts and actions, as WE Re-Build We must base Ourselves on an Overstanding of “ POLITICS “ as a ENTIRE WORLDVIEW and EVOLVING new WAY OF LIFE forged in the process of Struggle to end OUR oppression!
_
July 18, 1981 The first New Afrikan Freedom Fighters Day was held in Harlem, NYC. It was called in honor of Assata Shakur, the Black Liberation Army, Black revolutionary fighters killed in action, those New Afrikans held behind the walls, and those fighting in clandestinity. The event mobilized about 1000 people representing freedom struggles throughout the colonized world, such as Puerto Rico, Mexico, as well as u.s. socialist organizations.
Let us never forget those among us who made the ultimate sacrifices in the name of our collective liberation Ancestors:
Harriet Tubman
Nat Turner
Denmark Vessey
Baba Omowale/ el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz/ Malcolm X
George Jackson
Jonathan Jackson
Zayd Malik Shakur
Kuwasi Balagoon
Mytayari Shabaka Sundiata
Alprentice "Bunchy" Cater
John Huggins
Bobby Hutton
Herman Ferguson
Afeni Shakur
Queen Mother Moore
Chokwe Lumumba
Hugo Pinell
Phil Africa
Merele Africa
Albert "Nuh" Washington
Safiya Bukhari
Geronimo Ji-Jaga
Abdul Majid
Saladin Shakur
Fleeta Drumgo
Prisoners:
Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin
Herman Bell
Joe Joe Bowen
Robert Seth Hayes
Ruchell Magee
Jalil Muntaquim
Ronald Reed
Kojo Bomani Sababu
Kamau Sadiki
Mutulu Shakur
Russell Maroon Shoatz
Chuck Africa
Debbie Africa
Janet Africa
Delbert Africa
Eddie Africa
Janine Africa
Mike Africa
Mumia Abu Jamal
Sundiata Acoli
Exiled:
Nehanda Isoke Abiodun
Assata Olugbala Shakur
Veterans:
Sekou Odinga
Albert Woodfox
Jamal Joseph
Ashanti Alston
Dr. Muhammad Ahmad/ Max Stanford
John Clutchette
Dhoruba Bin-Wahad
This is by no means a complete list and so feel free to add names you see missing.
Asante Sana to them all.
Free The Land! #blackgovernmentmatters #NewAfrikanIndependenceMovement #SeedofGabrielProsser #newafrikanpoliticaleducation #DMV #hakikwelishakur #stephonclark #altonsterling

Regrann from @obadelesociety - General Rashid holding the original program book from the Black Government Conference held in Detroit in March 1968. That conference shifted focus shortly after it started to become a convention with voting delegates. The New Afrikan Declaration of Independence was drafted that weekend and signed on March 31 by 100 of the 500 conveners, launching the modern nationalist independence movement in the shape of the Provisional Government of the Republic of New Afrika. Age 73 today, Gen. Rashid was 99th signer and has remained a staunch and active revolutionary in the struggle to #FREETHELAND Queen Mother Moore was the first signer. #livinghistory #pgrna #rna50 #blacklegionaires #newafrikan #newafrikanindependencemovement #rna11 #REBUILDTOWIN - #regrann

#blackgovernmentmatters #RNA50 #Repost @obadelesociety General Rashid holding the original program book from the Black Government Conference held in Detroit in March 1968. That conference shifted focus shortly after it started to become a convention with voting delegates. The New Afrikan Declaration of Independence was drafted that weekend and signed on March 31 by 100 of the 500 conveners, launching the modern nationalist independence movement in the shape of the Provisional Government of the Republic of New Afrika. Age 73 today, Gen. Rashid was 99th signer and has remained a staunch and active revolutionary in the struggle to #FREETHELAND Queen Mother Moore was the first signer. #livinghistory #pgrna #blacklegionaires #newafrikan #newafrikanindependencemovement #rna11 #REBUILDTOWIN
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General Rashid holding the original program book from the Black Government Conference held in Detroit in March 1968. That conference shifted focus shortly after it started to become a convention with voting delegates. The New Afrikan Declaration of Independence was drafted that weekend and signed on March 31 by 100 of the 500 conveners, launching the modern nationalist independence movement in the shape of the Provisional Government of the Republic of New Afrika. Age 73 today, Gen. Rashid was 99th signer and has remained a staunch and active revolutionary in the struggle to #FREETHELAND Queen Mother Moore was the first signer. #livinghistory #pgrna #rna50 #blacklegionaires #newafrikan #newafrikanindependencemovement #rna11 #REBUILDTOWIN

General Rashid holding the original program book from the Black Government Conference held in Detroit in March 1968. That conference shifted focus shortly after it started to become a convention with voting delegates. The New Afrikan Declaration of Independence was drafted that weekend and signed on March 31 by 100 of the 500 conveners, launching the modern nationalist independence movement in the shape of the Provisional Government of the Republic of New Afrika. Age 73 today, Gen. Rashid was 99th signer and has remained a staunch and active revolutionary in the struggle to #FREETHELAND Queen Mother Moore was the first signer. #livinghistory #pgrna #rna50 #blacklegionaires #newafrikan #newafrikanindependencemovement #rna11 #REBUILDTOWIN

🐉🦍 Swipe! #50 PGRNA New Afrikan Nation Day Weekend March 29 - April 1 1968-2018 The Malcolm X Society ( MXS ) Black Nationalists in Detroit such as Obadele Brothers, Reverend Albert B. Cleage, Jr. and members of the Malcolm X Society (MXS) devised alternative plans for a Black Detroit and demanded resources from the local corporate and political elite. These visions were intellectual and political descendants of Black Nationalist projects stretching back to Marcus Garvey and the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA). Several other activists emphasized these ideals in the years leading up to the 1967 rebellion. The Autobiography of the Race Concept. Several years later, Detroit labor radical James Boggs argued for the takeover of predominately Black urban spaces in his 1966 essay, “The City is the Black Man’s Land.” In the aftermath of the rebellion, Black Power advocates in the city advanced their visions of a new, independent Black Detroit in this unstable political milieu. Members of the Malcolm X Society, a revolutionary nationalist organization established in 1967 by Milton and Richard Henry (who later changed their names to Gaidi Obadele and Imari Obadele), issued a set of demands for Black Detroit. In addition to calling for cooperative housing, they also called for a full employment economy like many progressives before and after them. Members of the Malcolm X Society also demanded the institutionalization of a concept I call Black federalism—a relationship where the state would deal directly with Black-ran communities and cities.
https://newafrikan77.wordpress.com/2018/03/29/the-malcolm-x-society-mxs-black-community-independence-nationhood-1967-68/ #Detroit #TheMalcolmXSociety #AlbertCleageJr #MalcolmX #ImariObadele #GaidiObadele #JamesBoggs #GraceBoggs #DetroitRed #ideologicalfatherofnewafrika #ObadeleSociety #BlackCommunityControl #RNA50 #RNADetroit #ObadeleSociety #newafrikanindependencemovement #50yearsofpgrna #instapost #instagood #instafollowers #instapic #instaquote #instahumanrights #instaviral #stephonclark #justiceforstephonclark #stephonclark🤴🏾

Swipe! #50 PGRNA New Afrikan Nation Day Weekend March 29 - April 1 1968-2018 The Malcolm X Society ( MXS ) Black Nationalists in Detroit such as Obadele Brothers, Reverend Albert B. Cleage, Jr. and members of the Malcolm X Society (MXS) devised alternative plans for a Black Detroit and demanded resources from the local corporate and political elite. These visions were intellectual and political descendants of Black Nationalist projects stretching back to Marcus Garvey and the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA). Several other activists emphasized these ideals in the years leading up to the 1967 rebellion. The Autobiography of the Race Concept. Several years later, Detroit labor radical James Boggs argued for the takeover of predominately Black urban spaces in his 1966 essay, “The City is the Black Man’s Land.” In the aftermath of the rebellion, Black Power advocates in the city advanced their visions of a new, independent Black Detroit in this unstable political milieu. Members of the Malcolm X Society, a revolutionary nationalist organization established in 1967 by Milton and Richard Henry (who later changed their names to Gaidi Obadele and Imari Obadele), issued a set of demands for Black Detroit. In addition to calling for cooperative housing, they also called for a full employment economy like many progressives before and after them. Members of the Malcolm X Society also demanded the institutionalization of a concept I call Black federalism—a relationship where the state would deal directly with Black-ran communities and cities.
https://newafrikan77.wordpress.com/2018/03/29/the-malcolm-x-society-mxs-black-community-independence-nationhood-1967-68/ #Detroit #TheMalcolmXSociety #AlbertCleageJr #MalcolmX #ImariObadele #GaidiObadele #JamesBoggs #GraceBoggs #DetroitRed #ideologicalfatherofnewafrika #ObadeleSociety #BlackCommunityControl #RNA50 #RNADetroit #ObadeleSociety #newafrikanindependencemovement #50yearsofpgrna #instapost #instagood #instafollowers #instapic #instaquote #instahumanrights #instaviral #stephonclark #justiceforstephonclark #stephonclark🤴🏾

Repost from @haki_kweli_shakur 🕯 1619 - 1865 Today yearly (March 25) marks International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Iseee Yagozie!!!@the_frugal_introvert @k1kinte For over 400 years, more than 15 million - 100 million men, women and children were the victims of the tragic transatlantic slave trade, one of the darkest chapters in human history. Every year on 25 March, the International Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade offers the opportunity to honour and remember those who suffered and died at the hands of the brutal slavery system. The International Day also aims at raising awareness about the dangers of racism and prejudice today. #internationaldayofremembranceofthevictimsofslaveryandthetransatlanticslavetrade
#RepublicofNewAfrika #africa
#newafrikanindependencemovement
#Virginia
#WashingtonDC
#Atlanta
#Charlotte
#Losangeles
#Oakland
#NewYork
#richmondcitycouncil
#richmondcityhall
#levarstoney
#transatlanticslavetrade
#domesticslavetrade
#804
#richmondva
#DMV
#marchonwashington
#seedofgabrielprosser
#richmondafricanburialground
#SaveShockoe
#RVA@august_third_collective_napla

🕯 1619-1865 Today yearly (March 25) marks International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Iseee Yagozie!!! @the_frugal_introvert @k1kinte For over 400 years, more than 15 million - 100 million men, women and children were the victims of the tragic transatlantic slave trade, one of the darkest chapters in human history. Every year on 25 March, the International Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade offers the opportunity to honour and remember those who suffered and died at the hands of the brutal slavery system. The International Day also aims at raising awareness about the dangers of racism and prejudice today. #internationaldayofremembranceofthevictimsofslaveryandthetransatlanticslavetrade
#RepublicofNewAfrika #africa
#newafrikanindependencemovement
#Virginia
#WashingtonDC
#Atlanta
#Charlotte
#Losangeles
#Oakland
#NewYork
#richmondcitycouncil
#richmondcityhall
#levarstoney
#transatlanticslavetrade
#domesticslavetrade
#804
#richmondva
#DMV
#marchonwashington
#seedofgabrielprosser
#richmondafricanburialground
#SaveShockoe
#RVA @haki_kweli_shakur

🕯 1619 - 1865 Today yearly (March 25) marks International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Iseee Yagozie!!!@the_frugal_introvert @k1kinte For over 400 years, more than 15 million - 100 million men, women and children were the victims of the tragic transatlantic slave trade, one of the darkest chapters in human history. Every year on 25 March, the International Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade offers the opportunity to honour and remember those who suffered and died at the hands of the brutal slavery system. The International Day also aims at raising awareness about the dangers of racism and prejudice today. #internationaldayofremembranceofthevictimsofslaveryandthetransatlanticslavetrade
#RepublicofNewAfrika #africa
#newafrikanindependencemovement
#Virginia
#WashingtonDC
#Atlanta
#Charlotte
#Losangeles
#Oakland
#NewYork
#richmondcitycouncil
#richmondcityhall
#levarstoney
#transatlanticslavetrade
#domesticslavetrade
#804
#richmondva
#DMV
#marchonwashington
#seedofgabrielprosser
#richmondafricanburialground
#SaveShockoe
#RVA

📸 Pictured are Afrikans from Different Nations being Exploited for their Labor, When European Nations Invaded The Afrikan Continent they Invaded INDEPENDENT NATIONS or SOCIO-ECONOMIC FORMATIONS. The Invaded AFRIKAN NATIONS/SOCIO-FORMATIONS weren’t destroyed, they were transformed and for those of US forcible brought here partially transplanted — We had been Independent and we then were forced into national dependency, Our social and production relations were denied Freedom/Free Development And as the New Afrikan Nation took root in The North American Continent the expression of its social and productive relations were suppressed and distorted. @haki_kweli_shakur #50yearsofPGRNA
#owusuyakiyakubu
#RevolutionaryNationalism
#Virginia
#Baltimore
#WashingtonDC
#Atlanta
#Charlotte
#rva
#NewOrleans
#Tennessee
#Houston
#Florida
#Losangeles
#Oakland
#stlouis
#NewYork
#NewJersey
#Chicago
#DMV
#Detroit
#newafrikan77wordpress
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#blackpanthermovie
#wakanda
#newafrikanindependencemovement

📸 Pictured are Afrikans from Different Nations being Exploited for their Labor, When European Nations Invaded The Afrikan Continent they Invaded INDEPENDENT NATIONS or SOCIO-ECONOMIC FORMATIONS. The Invaded AFRIKAN NATIONS/SOCIO-FORMATIONS weren’t destroyed, they were transformed and for those of US forcible brought here partially transplanted — We had been Independent and we then were forced into national dependency, Our social and production relations were denied Freedom/Free Development And as the New Afrikan Nation took root in The North American Continent the expression of its social and productive relations were suppressed and distorted. #50yearsofPGRNA
#owusuyakiyakubu
#RevolutionaryNationalism
#Virginia
#Baltimore
#WashingtonDC
#Atlanta
#Charlotte
#rva
#NewOrleans
#Tennessee
#Houston
#Florida
#Losangeles
#Oakland
#stlouis
#NewYork
#NewJersey
#Chicago
#DMV
#Detroit
#newafrikan77wordpress
#instaphoto
#instaphotos
#blackpanther
#blackpanthermovie
#wakanda
#newafrikanindependencemovement

#womenshistorymonth Afrikan Women With Political Education: It's Our Birth Right To Establish a New Afrikan Nation - Mama Njere Akousa Aminah Alghanee @haki_kweli_shakur
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Mama Njeri Alghanee Woman Warrioress of Reparations & Liberation Struggle
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. #detroit #50yearsofPGRNA #NjeriAlghanee
#thestruggleizforland
#anationwithinanation
#newafrikanindependencemovement
#RepublicofNewAfrika
#Ncobra
#Matriarchy
#Mothership
#newyork
#losangeles
#Africa
#Atlanta
#DMV
#Chicago
#Philadelphia
#jacksonmississippi
#instablackwomen
#africanwomen
#newafrikanwomen
#blackqueens
#revolutionarywomen

#womenshistorymonth Afrikan Women With Political Education: It's Our Birth Right To Establish a New Afrikan Nation - Mama Njere Akousa Aminah Alghanee
________
Mama Njeri Alghanee Woman Warrioress of Reparations & Liberation Struggle
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. #detroit #50yearsofPGRNA #NjeriAlghanee
#thestruggleizforland
#anationwithinanation
#newafrikanindependencemovement
#RepublicofNewAfrika
#Ncobra
#Matriarchy
#Mothership
#newyork
#losangeles
#Africa
#Atlanta
#DMV
#Chicago
#Philadelphia
#jacksonmississippi
#instablackwomen
#africanwomen
#newafrikanwomen
#blackqueens
#revolutionarywomen

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