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Baba Amefika D. Geuka

A Black Paper

September 20, 2015

"EVENT" Defined:

An important occasion; an incident; an activity or one of a series of activities. NIWPD*



"PROCESS" Defined:


A set of actions; a system marked by gradual changes that lead toward a particular result.  Websters

 "SYSTEM" Defined:

A group or arrangement of parts, facts, etc. that relate to or interact with each other; a group of logically related facts, be

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From “us” to “WE”

Listening to conscious black talk radio programs as I often do, I am struck by the frequency with which callers, and occasionally even the guests, make statements about what “we” need to do about some issue of concern to black people. Invariably, actions they call for would require that “we” be organized as a prerequisite to any potential success; thus my question: How do “we” expect to accomplish anything that requires “us” to become

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After an historic response from supporters, members of the Coalition for the Exoneration of Marcus Garvey delivered more than 10,000 signatures  for the exoneration of the Right Honorable Marcus Garvey to Representative Frederica Wilson's office.


We, the undersigned, are requesting the assistance of our representatives in reintroducing the resolution with the following change in the wording: "Expressing the sense of the Congress that the President should exonerate Marcus Mo

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April 27th is the 130th Anniversary of the Birth of Hubert Henry Harrison (1883-1927)

Extraordinary Harlem-Based Intellectual and Activist

Hubert Henry Harrison (1883-1927) is one of the truly important figures of early twentieth-century America. A brilliant writer, orator, educator, critic, and political activist, he was described by the historian Joel A. Rogers, in "World’s Great Men of Color" as “the foremost Afro-American intellect of his time.” Rogers adds that “No one worked more seriously a

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I am proud to let you know that as of this morning after months and some long hours of collaboration, Once again a Black Power Salute is given to Sis. Andrea and Ras Marvin for helping to make this project a reality Just read what the President General of the UNIA-ACL has to say about the finished project...

Greetings all,

As the President General of the UNIA-ACL government and a consultant to the Collective Black Peoples Movement CBPM, I am both elated and pleased to see this collaboration taki

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By Rudwaan AmenRa Lumumba


Now Yurugu is telling the story from his perspective of the RISE OF THE AFRICAN ON THIS PLANET, his schizophrenia demands that he calls us APES

There are several important messages conveyed in this movie, first we must understand that the role of Hollywood and the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) has never been to entertain us Africans and other highly melanated people, we wer

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Based on a lack of the required quorum as determined by the Constitution and Bylaws of the Ethiopian World Federation, Incorporated, the Annual Convention of the organization which convened on July 16 and July 17, 2011 in Harlem, New York was recessed to November 19 and 20, 2011. The attorney-at-law who was present to provide oversight of the Convention and Election process, as required by the Court for certification, provided advice and the directives to call a recess.

The lack of a quorum w

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A True Blackman
Robert Acemendeces Harris


If, as the new saying goes, "truth is [really] on its way" then, perhaps, Black People can finally also be back on their way. Which way? The way out of all of the confusion, contradictions and cultural degeneration that has retarded the liberation of our people these last few years. 

Truth is not an abstract, it refers to sincerity, honesty, conformity to fact, correctness, exactitude, et cetera. Carlos Cooks was truth personified.

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African Diaspora Conference-Call for Papers


PROPOSED topic of conference:
Diasporan Africans as the Sixth Region of the African Union: Roles, Expectations and Responsibilities in Building Pan-Africanism in the 21st Century


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“Our continent gives us the second largest land stretch in the world. The natural wealth of Africa is estimated to be greater than that of almost any other continent in the world. To draw the mo

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Pan-African consciousness, racial allegiance, and sense of sacred historical obligation are the missing elements in every school, church, and university that Blacks have inherited from their slave masters and their colonizers. And it should not come as a surprise that the slave-master will not teach his slave how to escape. As should be expected he will only teach his slave how to be a better servant. Is it any wonder that the main spiration of the typical educated Black is to

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Saturday 15 & Sunday 16 january 2011

Théatre de Ménilmontant

15, rue de Retrait

Paris 20, France


At a time when some have chosen to celebrate the so called 50th anniversary of African political independence, it is important to remember that even before the war against Fascism all the means (including criminal) had been used to sabotage the different attempts made for the liberation of African people.

Rather than some phantasmagorical independence, the contemporary political history of African

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Shaka Barak:

From my perspective as a 35 - year veteran of Garveyism, I think the most important event for delegates and Africans at home and abroad in this decade, is The World Festival of Black Arts and Cultures held in the Republic of Senegal from December 10-31, 2010. No other event recently has brought Africans together on this scale and with these kinds of meaningful deliberations.


Not since the Jamaican born, Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey (born August 17, 1887, died. June 10, 1940), f

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Internet Pioneer/Committed Businessman Is Revitalizing The Vision Of The Great Marcus Garvey JANUARY 22, 2010 by H. khalif Khalifah SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY, VA. – When The Great Marcus Garvey was leaving America under a deportation order in the nineteen twenties, he promised that he would return. He said, “Look for me in the whirlwind. “When times are rough, I shall return, wrapped in the Red, Black And Green that you know so well.” Anyone who observes, or study the rise of Baba Master Keidi Awad
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The Spirit of Fela Kuti Lives!

by Dr. Ron Daniels: One of the most exhilarating and fulfilling experiences I have had recently was attending the Broadway Musical Fela, which depicts the life of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, the flamboyant, defiant, multitalented, artistic phenom who challenged corruption and dictatorial rule in his native Nigeria and Africa. In a word, the Play is Phenomenal! I first learned about Fela Kuti from Sandino Thompson, the son of Wayne Thompson, my long time friend and partner in struggle, now deceased.
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It's Up To Us

From The RampartsJunious Ricardo StantonIt’s Up To Us“We must give up the silly idea of folding our hands and waiting upon God to do everything for us. If God intended that He would not have given us a mind; He would not have given us intelligence; He would not have given us His Soul; He would not have placed us here in the midst of creation and surrounded us with all the beautiful things of nature. Whatsoever you want in life you must make up your mind to do it for yourself and accomplish it fo
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Jeffrey B. Perry newest book Hubert Harrison: The Voice of Harlem Radicalism, 1883-1918. "Hubert Harrison was an immensely skilled writer, orator, educator, critic, and political activist who, more than any other political leader of his era, combined class consciousness and anti-white-supremacist race consciousness into a coherent political radicalism. Harrison's ideas profoundly influenced "New Negro" militants, including A. Philip Randolph and Marcus Garvey, and his synthesis of class and r
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