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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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“The building of a United States of Africa is most critical for the security and the sustainable economic development of African people in the world”, declared Omowale Clay, Vice Chair of the African Union Diaspora Task Team (AUDITT). Omowale was speaking at the second annual African Diaspora-Strategy Session on the African Union (ADISSAU) to report on AUDTT and the 2012 Global Diaspora Summit scheduled for South Africa. The meeting took place at African Union (AU) Mission in Washington, D.C.

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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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Submitted by Sis. Iman Uqdah Hameen SRDC By Prof. David Horne, Ph.D Sixth Region Diaspora Caucus (SRDC) After thousands of conferences, Ndabas, roundtable discussions, forums and meetings talking about the need to unify for positive action, action is now upon us. From January, 2010 to December, 2010, the DECADE OF THE DIASPORA has now been formally announced in OUR WEEKLY in California by the Sixth Region Diasporan Caucus/PADU. The unity and partnership of African descendant folks now has a sp
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