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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

Im recieving & Hearing news that former B.L.A.,BPP, and Citizen of PGRNA Political Prisoner Abdullah Majid Transition/Passed Away waiting for more info and confirmation on this news.. Majid has spent over 33 1/3 years in prison he was targeted by the criminal tactics of j edgar hoover's cointel pro/FBI he was jailed and sentence on trumped of charges and framed in his own words he stated " As a result of this awareness, I began working with other brothers in Jamaica, Queens, starting with the Grass Roots Advisory Council. We attempted to get funding from the poverty programs in the community with no success. After about two years of this, we realized the limitations placed upon us struggling in this manner. By this time I became involved with the Black Panther Party and the Republic of New Africa. I found both of these organizations to be much more relevant and effective with respect to the issues affecting our people. I worked in various programs such as free breakfasts for children, free clothing, liberation schools for youth, and adult political education classes, all with positive results. The Party and the RNA were also involved in important community issues, i.e., community control of the murderous police department and community control of the schools, as well as the struggle around health care in our communities. I was also in a leadership position which required more and more time working with new Party members. From 1968 to 1971, I was a full-time Party member.

Needless to say, I became a target of this government’s “law enforcement establishment” (COINTELPRO) for my political work, along with thousands of other activists. Recently, some of the underhanded operations to disrupt, frame, and murder many of the imprisoned freedom fighters are coming to light. " - Abdullah Majid

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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

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#Tomorrow!!! Join George Jackson University this Wednesday January the 27th 2016 at 8:00 pm eastern time . On this educational platform we will be presenting a lot of info ,facts and history from two perspectives : New Afrikan Independnce Movement ; Black Liberation Movement . Please tune in into this double header full of history,struggle,politics,prison reform,education and overall peoples liberation . As we have Kwasi Akwamu a new afrikan(black) business owner ,student of the late Atiba Shana of the Spear and Shield Collective ,student of the late President Imari Obadele of the PG-RNA . Listen to this brother shed light on re- organizing the Detroit territory of the RNA and the work he is contributing via Poltical Educatio -n classes,newspapers,distribution of historical and political books and community events . He will be on from 8:00-9:00 pm east standard time . You may very well hear the brother on later in the second hour . In the second part of our show George Jackson University Radio from 9:00 pm- 10:00 pm eastern time . We will be hearing from Chairman Eddie Conway of the Baltimore Black Panther Party for Self -Defense . Brother Eddie was a former political prisoner that just recently served 44 years behind the iron wall of oppression that we call prison . Listen to Chairman Eddie tells you why he supports political prisoners ,why he continued to support the liberation of the black nation behind the walls and on the street . Learn what kept this soldier holding the political lines to gain freedom and liberation . Get first hand knowledge from an original Panther whom honors and respects the ancestors that struggled before us . FTL. BP. The call in number is 347-826-7332 to listen in and ask questions . Uhuru Sasa . Kwa Kwamu Eddie Conway

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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

#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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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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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. #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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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
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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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🌹🙏🏾 Long Live Iya Fulani Sunni-Ali 1948- June 17 2016 A Revolutionary Black Female Nationalist /Republic of New Afrika
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I am a revolutionary black female nationalist: A womanist analysis of Fulani Sunni Ali's role as a New African citizen and Minister of Information in the Provisional Government of the Republic of New Africa
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Historically, black women have always played key roles in the struggle for liberation. A critical determinant of black women’s activism was the influence of both race and gender, as these factors were immutably married to their subjectivities. African American women faced the socio-cultural and structural challenge of sexism prevalent in the United States and also in the black community. My study examines the life of Fulani Sunni Ali, her role in black liberation, her role as the Minister of Information for the Provisional Government for the Republic of New Africa, and her communication strategies. In doing so, I evaluate a black female revolutionary nationalist’s discursive negotiation of her identity during the Black Power and Black Nationalist Movement.
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Iyalosha Fulani Sunni Ali took the oath under her father, Alajo Adegbalola, who held various offices in the PGRNA that ranged from Minister of Defense (1970) to first Vice President (1971-1972). She was born in New Rochelle, New York and completed her primary education in that state. Since the early age of nineteen in 1967, she developed as a vocalist, educator, PGRNA government worker, and ultimately the Minister of Information for the PGRNA. #iyafulanisunniali #fulanisunniali #sunniali #FreedomFighter #AliObafemi #newafrikan77wordpress #republicofnewafrika #blackpantherparty #newafrikanindependencemovement #mutulushakur #chokwelumumba #RNA #alleyezonme #bilalsunniali

🌹🙏🏾 Long Live Iya Fulani Sunni-Ali 1948- June 17 2016 A Revolutionary Black Female Nationalist /Republic of New Afrika
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I am a revolutionary black female nationalist: A womanist analysis of Fulani Sunni Ali's role as a New African citizen and Minister of Information in the Provisional Government of the Republic of New Africa
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Historically, black women have always played key roles in the struggle for liberation. A critical determinant of black women’s activism was the influence of both race and gender, as these factors were immutably married to their subjectivities. African American women faced the socio-cultural and structural challenge of sexism prevalent in the United States and also in the black community. My study examines the life of Fulani Sunni Ali, her role in black liberation, her role as the Minister of Information for the Provisional Government for the Republic of New Africa, and her communication strategies. In doing so, I evaluate a black female revolutionary nationalist’s discursive negotiation of her identity during the Black Power and Black Nationalist Movement.
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@haki_kweli_shakur Seed of Gabriel Prosser - Late Spring 1800 Comrad Freedom Fighter Sam Byrd Jr., an enslaved New Afrikan owned by Jane Clarke of Henrico, proposes an uprising and begins recruiting among other enslaved men residing in the neighborhood of the Brook. The recruiting lasts through the summer. Sam Byrd Jr Sparked the Mind for rebellion that Gabriel Prosser acted Upon , Sam Byrd Jr was a active Organizer of Gabriel's Rebellion he went far and near County to county organizing & recruiting New Afrikans for the Liberation Army that would liberate Afrikans out of the bondage of slavery and end the capitalist system for good in the colony of Virginia! The End Goal was a Independent New Afrikan ( Black Nation ) Carved out of Virginia , Many don't know who Sam Byrd Jr is he is rarely Mention but he was a Comrad of Gabriel who was already organizing a Slave Uprising Long Live Sam Byrd Jr Resistant Spirit #RememberThatName
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Compared to the more famous Nat Turner Rebellion in Southampton County, Gabriel’s Rebellion gets barely a nod in the history books. But 31 years before the Southampton event, a slave known as Prosser’s Gabriel (commonly but incorrectly called Gabriel Prosser) masterminded the most extensive U.S. slave revolt ever planned – a revolt that would have brought to Richmond 1,000 or more slaves from as far away as Petersburg, Norfolk, North Carolina and at least 10 other localities.
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Although the rebellion was quelled before it began, the event plotted at Young’s Spring (now Spring Park) had a far-reaching impact, and two centuries later Gabriel is viewed as an icon of the Human Rights struggle for African Americans and other freedom fighters. #GabrielProsserFreedomPark
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#Mondays Principles & Methods of Community Organizing ( Spear & Shield ) SUSF
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Effective organizing in New Afrikan communities must rest on a foundation of philosophy, ideology, theory, line, and correct policies…
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By “philosophy,” i mean, essentially, that NAC cadres must know “how the world works.” Our cadres must have a firm grasp on the laws of social development, and the relation between thinking and being…
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By “ideology,” i mean, essentially, that NAC cadres must know who We are, why We struggle, and what We struggle for…
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By “theory,” i mean, in essence, that We must know how philosophy and ideology inform how We struggle, how to deal with the questions that arise in the course of struggle — pursuing a “strategy” that is consistent with our ideology…
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By “line and correct policies,” i mean, in essence, the guides to action developed for specific time periods and with regard to specific issues or situations…
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A. We must stand on philosophy because the success of our practice (i.e., community organizing), depends largely upon the correctness of our thinking… Our grasp and use of rev. philosophy is/will be a measure of our ability to build an org. (to build a movement; to help in the development of new people) with an intellectual content powerful enough to oppose and overcome the hegemony of the empire and all reactionary philosophical expressions…
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The process of organizing in New Afrikan communities requires a conscious expression of our conception of the world and the process of social development. Such conscious expression is one of the missing components of a NAIM “style,” and accounts for the absence of a comprehensive movement and struggle, i.e., our general failure to attack the ideas of the empire, the philosophical foundations of bourgeois hegemony — the many concrete manifestations of idealism that present themselves as obstacles to the development of national and revolutionary consciousness and practice among our people and their would-be vanguards…
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#Mondays Principles & Methods of Community Organizing ( Spear & Shield ) SUSF
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Effective organizing in New Afrikan communities must rest on a foundation of philosophy, ideology, theory, line, and correct policies…
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By “philosophy,” i mean, essentially, that NAC cadres must know “how the world works.” Our cadres must have a firm grasp on the laws of social development, and the relation between thinking and being…
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By “ideology,” i mean, essentially, that NAC cadres must know who We are, why We struggle, and what We struggle for…
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By “theory,” i mean, in essence, that We must know how philosophy and ideology inform how We struggle, how to deal with the questions that arise in the course of struggle — pursuing a “strategy” that is consistent with our ideology…
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By “line and correct policies,” i mean, in essence, the guides to action developed for specific time periods and with regard to specific issues or situations…
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A. We must stand on philosophy because the success of our practice (i.e., community organizing), depends largely upon the correctness of our thinking… Our grasp and use of rev. philosophy is/will be a measure of our ability to build an org. (to build a movement; to help in the development of new people) with an intellectual content powerful enough to oppose and overcome the hegemony of the empire and all reactionary philosophical expressions…
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The process of organizing in New Afrikan communities requires a conscious expression of our conception of the world and the process of social development. Such conscious expression is one of the missing components of a NAIM “style,” and accounts for the absence of a comprehensive movement and struggle, i.e., our general failure to attack the ideas of the empire, the philosophical foundations of bourgeois hegemony — the many concrete manifestations of idealism that present themselves as obstacles to the development of national and revolutionary consciousness and practice among our people and their would-be vanguards…
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