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  • Happy Birthday to these truly revolutionary women. The movement as it exists today would not be what it is without the work of Assata Shakur and Id...
  • Happy Birthday to these truly revolutionary women. The movement as it exists today would not be what it is without the work of Assata Shakur and Ida Wells. We must learn from their contributions to the Black Radical Tradition, we must move away from liberalizing their legacy to solely faces on shirts & catchy slogans, we must truly familiarize ourselves with their work and ideologies if we seek to build upon their legacies for liberation. Happy Birthday to them both, we honor y’all with reverence.
  • 445 3 5 days ago
  • We need "Master Builders" not destroyers. New Afrikans willing to love our people. First we start in our homes we teach our children the importance...
  • We need "Master Builders" not destroyers. New Afrikans willing to love our people. First we start in our homes we teach our children the importance of working together as a team and it will be hard because this European has a self generating system that never quits and it attacks from all angles and keeps White Supremacy alive. We must leave Religion and Philosophy out of this we must only concern ourselves with the issues that affect all New Afrikan People. A great Grassroots Organization that I like to give a Clinched Fist Zalute to is New Era much respect they are for Our People. Also all Conscious New Afrikans every Conscious New Afrikan I see is staying dedicated to the Creed especially "i will love my Brothers and Sisters as myself". To all Grassroot Organizations that are really For The People much Love. #NewAfrikanFreedomFighters #Newafrikan #NABLLM #NABLP #RBG4LIFE #RBGFLAG #SELFDETERMINATION #FREETHELAND #BAMN
  • 5 0 6 days ago
  • What is a Nationality for? It is an identifier for instance if I see someone who look like me and I say Free The Land, and they respond By Any Mean...
  • What is a Nationality for? It is an identifier for instance if I see someone who look like me and I say Free The Land, and they respond By Any Means Necessary I know that they're my People I know that they have my back, but if I say Free The Land and someone turn and say Oh no Buddy this is America we are Americans nothing is free Buddy lol I know that they are not consciously New Afrikan and probably claim no Nationality. A nationality is also for uniting and building with the same intentions. Nationality also builds self love, self-esteem, self-accountability and comradery. No one should ever argue with you about what nationality you are if they stand for Human Rights because everyone has a Right to choose their Nationality. #Newafrikan #PGRNA #NewAfrikanFreedomFighters #REPUBLICOFNEWAFRIKA #FREETHELAND #BAMN
  • 11 0 6 days ago
  • What is a Nationality for? It is an identifier for instance if I see someone who look like me and I say Free The Land, and they respond By Any Mean...
  • What is a Nationality for? It is an identifier for instance if I see someone who look like me and I say Free The Land, and they respond By Any Means Necessary I know that they're my People I know that they have my back, but if I say Free The Land and someone turn and say Oh no Buddy this is America we are Americans nothing is free Buddy lol I know that they are not consciously New Afrikan and probably claim no Nationality. A nationality is also for uniting and building with the same intentions. Nationality also builds self love, self-esteem, self-accountability and comradery. No one should ever argue with you about what nationality you are if they stand for Human Rights because everyone has a Right to choose their Nationality. #Newafrikan #PGRNA #NewAfrikanFreedomFighters #REPUBLICOFNEWAFRIKA #FREETHELAND #BAMN
  • 16 1 6 days ago
  • #GabrielsRebellion Swipe! Birth Day Anniversary of The Great New Afrikan Freedom Fighter Gabriel Today Commonly — Incorrectly — Known as Gabriel Pr...
  • #GabrielsRebellion Swipe! Birth Day Anniversary of The Great New Afrikan Freedom Fighter Gabriel Today Commonly — Incorrectly — Known as Gabriel Prosser, Gabriel never took on the name of the slave owner’s last name Prosser even tho many of us call him by that name, It’s unfortunately do to the way the united states colonized history is set up in Book Texts, Archives, Data Bases, Libraries, History and Information Sites, Google, and every other place to search and find history he is listed under the Colonizers Name of Gabriel Prosser, we call him Gabriel, Gabriel X, or General Gabriel in a Proper Context to Honor His Spiritual Memory! Gabriel was a black man born into slavery on a plantation in July 12th, 1776 in Henrico County, Virginia. He specialized as a blacksmith, usually spending his time making tools and other equipment used for farming. Unlike most other slaves back then, Gabriel Prosser was a literate man and was capable of reading and writing at a basic level since he was educated at a young age while training for his profession as a blacksmith. This also helped him have more access (compared to other slaves) to freedom. Gabriel Prosser was motivated to rebel for freedom after hearing about the Haitian Revolt. ___ PT II I was recently asked if there are any extant images of Gabriel and the answer is no. In 1800, and in Gabriel’s specific situation there would have been only exceptional reasons for a portrait to have been made of an enslaved person. And yet, there is an image commonly used to depict Gabriel, an image that belonged to another enslaved man who saw a path to freedom, and walked it. Not Gabriel, Still “Gabriel”: The image most associated with Gabriel is not Gabriel, but is of an unnamed man who self-emancipated in order to join the Union Army. PT II Not Gabriel But Still Gabriel are the words of Historian Ana Edwards #richmondva #richmondvirginia #virginia #seedofgabrielprosser #historicrichmond #therichmondplanet #southsiderva #northsiderva #eastendrva #westendrva #altriatheater #richmondcoliseum #power921fm #1065thebeat #visitvirginia #NewAfrikan #GabrielProsser #gabrielprosservilledistrict @haki_kweli_shakur
  • 28 2 8:20 PM Jul 12, 2018
  • #GabrielsRebellion Swipe! Birth Day Anniversary of The Great New Afrikan Freedom Fighter Gabriel Today Commonly — Incorrectly — Known as Gabriel Pr...
  • #GabrielsRebellion Swipe! Birth Day Anniversary of The Great New Afrikan Freedom Fighter Gabriel Today Commonly — Incorrectly — Known as Gabriel Prosser, Gabriel never took on the name of the slave owner’s last name Prosser even tho many of us call him by that name, It’s unfortunately do to the way the united states colonized history is set up in Book Texts, Archives, Data Bases, Libraries, History and Information Sites, Google, and every other place to search and find history he is listed under the Colonizers Name of Gabriel Prosser, we call him Gabriel, Gabriel X, or General Gabriel in a Proper Context to Honor His Spiritual Memory! Gabriel was a black man born into slavery on a plantation in July 12th, 1776 in Henrico County, Virginia. He specialized as a blacksmith, usually spending his time making tools and other equipment used for farming. Unlike most other slaves back then, Gabriel Prosser was a literate man and was capable of reading and writing at a basic level since he was educated at a young age while training for his profession as a blacksmith. This also helped him have more access (compared to other slaves) to freedom. Gabriel Prosser was motivated to rebel for freedom after hearing about the Haitian Revolt. ___ PT II I was recently asked if there are any extant images of Gabriel and the answer is no. In 1800, and in Gabriel’s specific situation there would have been only exceptional reasons for a portrait to have been made of an enslaved person. And yet, there is an image commonly used to depict Gabriel, an image that belonged to another enslaved man who saw a path to freedom, and walked it. Not Gabriel, Still “Gabriel”: The image most associated with Gabriel is not Gabriel, but is of an unnamed man who self-emancipated in order to join the Union Army. Pictures & PT II Not Gabriel But Still Gabriel are the words of Ana Edwards @ourrosewood #richmondva #richmondvirginia #virginia #seedofgabrielprosser #historicrichmond #therichmondplanet #southsiderva #northsiderva #eastendrva #westendrva #altriatheater #richmondcoliseum #power921fm #1065thebeat #visitvirginia #NewAfrikan #GabrielProsser #gabrielprosservilledistrict
  • 58 0 8:01 PM Jul 12, 2018
  • @haki_kweli_shakur #JohnMitchellJrDay Swipe: “Born in the Wake of Freedom He had a gun in his hand, truth at his lips and an army at his back,” | B...
  • @haki_kweli_shakur #JohnMitchellJrDay Swipe: “Born in the Wake of Freedom He had a gun in his hand, truth at his lips and an army at his back,” | Born a slave in Richmond on July 11, 1863, Mitchell was appointed editor of the weekly paper in 1884 at the age of just twenty-one. He quickly gained a reputation as a man determined to expose racial injustice wherever it lurked. One writer described him as, “daring to hurl the thunderbolts of truth into the ranks of the wicked.” “No stronger race man is known among us,” the adulation continued. “Clinging to no party, subserving to no one interest save that of the oppressed, he throws the full force of heart and mind into every question that will affect…the welfare of his brethren.” [Freeman, (Indianapolis, Indiana, 8/30/1890)] Under Mitchell, the Planet’s masthead, the ‘Strong Arm’, was a flexed bicep surrounded by shock waves that radiated out from a clenched fist, reflecting the force and energy with which Mitchell projected his opinions. For forty-five years, the Planet covered news: local; national; and worldwide. Much of the paper’s focus, however was on lynchings, segregation and the rise of the Ku Klux Klan. Deterred by none, Mitchell’s reports, editorials and cartoons denounced racial prejudice and ridiculed its perpetrators. civic leader as well as a civil rights activist in Richmond’s Jackson Ward community. The area gained notoriety as being a hub for freedmen both before and after the Civil War and was given the nickname: “Black Wall Street of America.” Revolutionist, Editor, Bank Owner ( Mechanics Savings Bank ) Armed Self Defense Advocate! #johnmitchelljr #jacksonward #jacksonwarddistrict #rva #richmondva #richmondvirginia #virginia #seedofgabrielprosser #historicrichmond #therichmondplanet #southsiderva #northsiderva #eastendrva #westendrva #altriatheater #richmondcoliseum #power921fm #1065thebeat #visitvirginia #NewAfrikan #hakikwelishakur #blackwallstreet
  • 35 0 8:30 PM Jul 11, 2018
  • #JohnMitchellJrDay Swipe: “Born in the Wake of Freedom He had a gun in his hand, truth at his lips and an army at his back,” | Born a slave in Rich...
  • #JohnMitchellJrDay Swipe: “Born in the Wake of Freedom He had a gun in his hand, truth at his lips and an army at his back,” | Born a slave in Richmond on July 11, 1863, Mitchell was appointed editor of the weekly paper in 1884 at the age of just twenty-one. He quickly gained a reputation as a man determined to expose racial injustice wherever it lurked. One writer described him as, “daring to hurl the thunderbolts of truth into the ranks of the wicked.” “No stronger race man is known among us,” the adulation continued. “Clinging to no party, subserving to no one interest save that of the oppressed, he throws the full force of heart and mind into every question that will affect…the welfare of his brethren.” [Freeman, (Indianapolis, Indiana, 8/30/1890)] Under Mitchell, the Planet’s masthead, the ‘Strong Arm’, was a flexed bicep surrounded by shock waves that radiated out from a clenched fist, reflecting the force and energy with which Mitchell projected his opinions. For forty-five years, the Planet covered news: local; national; and worldwide. Much of the paper’s focus, however was on lynchings, segregation and the rise of the Ku Klux Klan. Deterred by none, Mitchell’s reports, editorials and cartoons denounced racial prejudice and ridiculed its perpetrators. civic leader as well as a civil rights activist in Richmond’s Jackson Ward community. The area gained notoriety as being a hub for freedmen both before and after the Civil War and was given the nickname: “Black Wall Street of America.” Revolutionist, Editor, Bank Owner ( Mechanics Savings Bank ) Armed Self Defense Advocate! #johnmitchelljr #jacksonward #jacksonwarddistrict #rva #richmondva #richmondvirginia #virginia #seedofgabrielprosser #historicrichmond #therichmondplanet #southsiderva #northsiderva #eastendrva #westendrva #altriatheater #richmondcoliseum #power921fm #1065thebeat #visitvirginia #NewAfrikan #hakikwelishakur #blackwallstreet
  • 44 1 8:18 PM Jul 11, 2018
  • 📊I been saying this for a minute the African-American title has to be dealt with 2020! The next census is that year there is no such thing as a Af...
  • 📊I been saying this for a minute the African-American title has to be dealt with 2020! The next census is that year there is no such thing as a African-American because there is no such thing as a Country called Africa America! Your nationality reflects your Country or Tribe! We can’t continue to walk around as the only ones in the global Community with no true identity! Dr Imari Obadele “ The most modest count indicates that over nine percent of our 40 million population desire independence today, despite the years of U.S. brainwashing. “ Our effort is to recruit those who do believe that creating a state as independent as Canada is possible and will work to achieve it. People have a right to believe it is a fantasy. But what’s new? The United States and its institutions have worked to make all of our people believe that because of the Fourteenth Amendment we have been “made” into U.S. citizens. Even many Black professors refuse to write in their books or teach their classes that New Afrikan people — persons born in the United States and descended from Afrikans once held in slavery — had and have after the Thirteenth Amendment the right to political self-determination. We should have been asked — as a group and individually — what we wanted to choose as our political future. Instead, the United States, which theretofore had refused the application of the Rule of Jus Soli [an ancient legal standard that tied citizenship to place of birth] to Africans born in America, assumed that they could deny us the right to self-determination when they passed the Thirteenth Amendment and, then, passing the Fourteenth Amendment two-and-a-half years later, could impose the Rule of Jus Soli upon us. The most modest count indicates that over nine percent of our 40 million population desire independence today, despite the years of U.S. brainwashing. Time and events will bring the reality to the rest of us. The key is information & Choice! #census #census2020 #unitedstatescensusbureau #unitedstatescensus #survey #population #currentpopulation #NewAfrikanCensus #NewAfrikan or #AfricanAmerican #Race #Nationality #African #NationalityMatters #Identity @Haki_kweli_shakur:
  • 8 0 10:39 PM Jul 7, 2018
  • #4thofJulie #makeamericapayreparations Black Nationalist & Reparations Enforcer Henry McNeal Turner | Black Nationalism ( McNeal Turner A Certified...
  • #4thofJulie #makeamericapayreparations Black Nationalist & Reparations Enforcer Henry McNeal Turner | Black Nationalism ( McNeal Turner A Certified Reparations Enforcer) Angered by the Democrats' regaining power and instituting Jim Crow laws in the late nineteenth century South, Turner began to support black nationalism and emigration of blacks to Africa. He was the chief figure to do so in the late nineteenth century; the movement grew after World War I, In the late nineteenth century, he witnessed state legislatures in Georgia and across the South passing measures to disfranchise blacks. He became a proponent of black nationalism and supported emigration of American blacks to Africa. He thought it was the only way they could make free and independent lives for themselves. When he traveled to Africa, he was struck by the differences in the attitude of Africans who ruled themselves and had never known the degradation of slavery. He founded the International Migration Society, supported by his own newspapers: The Voice of Missions (he served as editor, 1893-1900) and later The Voice of the People (editor, 1901-4). He organized two ships with a total of 500 or more emigrants, who traveled to Liberia in 1895 and 1896. This was established as an American colony by the American Colonization Society before the Civil War, and settled by free American blacks, who tended to push aside the native African peoples. Disliking the lack of economic opportunity, cultural shock and disease, some of the migrants returned to the United States. After that, Turner did not organize another expedition. #4thofjuly #HenryMcnealTurner #BlackNationalist #BlackNationalism #FreeTheLand #blackandbrownunity #blackandbrownpower #revolutionarywar #newafrikan77wordpress #Africa #counterrevolutionof1776 #thisisamerica #400years #fuckdonaldtrump #fuckice #immigrantchildren #african #chicano #mexica #immigration #july4th #newafrikan #imafrican #domesticslavetrade #slavery @Haki_kweli_shakur:
  • 12 0 8:49 PM Jul 7, 2018
  • Freedom Fighter of the Week (who we discussed on Thursday) goes to Kuwasi Balagoon. Kuwasi was a tenant organizer, a Black Panther, later a member ...
  • Freedom Fighter of the Week (who we discussed on Thursday) goes to Kuwasi Balagoon. Kuwasi was a tenant organizer, a Black Panther, later a member of the Black Liberation Army, and an anarchist within the New Afrikan Independence Movement. Balagoon escaped from prison several times, each time going underground and resuming BLA activity. He was finally captured and charged with participation in what became known as the Brinks Robbery. As a queer New Afrikan man, Kuwasi dedicated his life in service of Black self-determination and liberation. He was and still stands today as a prime example of a People’s soldier.
  • 35 2 4:11 PM Jul 7, 2018
  • 📊I been saying this for a minute the African-American title has to be dealt with 2020! The next census is that year there is no such thing as a Af...
  • 📊I been saying this for a minute the African-American title has to be dealt with 2020! The next census is that year there is no such thing as a African-American because there is no such thing as a Country called Africa America! Your nationality reflects your Country or Tribe! We can’t continue to walk around as the only ones in the global Community with no true identity! Dr Imari Obadele “ The most modest count indicates that over nine percent of our 40 million population desire independence today, despite the years of U.S. brainwashing. “ Our effort is to recruit those who do believe that creating a state as independent as Canada is possible and will work to achieve it. People have a right to believe it is a fantasy. But what’s new? The United States and its institutions have worked to make all of our people believe that because of the Fourteenth Amendment we have been “made” into U.S. citizens. Even many Black professors refuse to write in their books or teach their classes that New Afrikan people — persons born in the United States and descended from Afrikans once held in slavery — had and have after the Thirteenth Amendment the right to political self-determination. We should have been asked — as a group and individually — what we wanted to choose as our political future. Instead, the United States, which theretofore had refused the application of the Rule of Jus Soli [an ancient legal standard that tied citizenship to place of birth] to Africans born in America, assumed that they could deny us the right to self-determination when they passed the Thirteenth Amendment and, then, passing the Fourteenth Amendment two-and-a-half years later, could impose the Rule of Jus Soli upon us. The most modest count indicates that over nine percent of our 40 million population desire independence today, despite the years of U.S. brainwashing. Time and events will bring the reality to the rest of us. The key is information & Choice! #census #census2020 #unitedstatescensusbureau #unitedstatescensus #survey #population #currentpopulation #NewAfrikanCensus #NewAfrikan or #AfricanAmerican #Race #Nationality #African #NationalityMatters #Identity #ethnicity #40millionblacks
  • 42 11 5:28 AM Jul 6, 2018
  • #4thofJulie #makeamericapayreparations Black Nationalist & Reparations Enforcer Henry McNeal Turner | Black Nationalism ( McNeal Turner A Certified...
  • #4thofJulie #makeamericapayreparations Black Nationalist & Reparations Enforcer Henry McNeal Turner | Black Nationalism ( McNeal Turner A Certified Reparations Enforcer) Angered by the Democrats' regaining power and instituting Jim Crow laws in the late nineteenth century South, Turner began to support black nationalism and emigration of blacks to Africa. He was the chief figure to do so in the late nineteenth century; the movement grew after World War I, In the late nineteenth century, he witnessed state legislatures in Georgia and across the South passing measures to disfranchise blacks. He became a proponent of black nationalism and supported emigration of American blacks to Africa. He thought it was the only way they could make free and independent lives for themselves. When he traveled to Africa, he was struck by the differences in the attitude of Africans who ruled themselves and had never known the degradation of slavery. He founded the International Migration Society, supported by his own newspapers: The Voice of Missions (he served as editor, 1893-1900) and later The Voice of the People (editor, 1901-4). He organized two ships with a total of 500 or more emigrants, who traveled to Liberia in 1895 and 1896. This was established as an American colony by the American Colonization Society before the Civil War, and settled by free American blacks, who tended to push aside the native African peoples. Disliking the lack of economic opportunity, cultural shock and disease, some of the migrants returned to the United States. After that, Turner did not organize another expedition. @haki_kweli_shakur #4thofjuly #HenryMcnealTurner #BlackNationalist #BlackNationalism #FreeTheLand #blackandbrownunity #blackandbrownpower #revolutionarywar #newafrikan77wordpress #Africa #counterrevolutionof1776 #thisisamerica #400years #fuckdonaldtrump #fuckice #immigrantchildren #african #chicano #mexica #immigration #july4th #newafrikan #imafrican #domesticslavetrade #slavery
  • 28 0 4:24 PM Jul 4, 2018
  • Daddy Freeze Eulogises Fela As Africa’s True “God-Sent” Prophet

The popular OAP,  Daddy Freeze who has taken up the challenge of rewriting some of...
  • Daddy Freeze Eulogises Fela As Africa’s True “God-Sent” Prophet The popular OAP,  Daddy Freeze who has taken up the challenge of rewriting some of the preachings of Nigerian and African pastors which he ascertain as false preachings has again made public some concerns on the situation of the country after French President, Emmanuel Macron’s visit to the popular Fela Shrine. According to the controversial Radio personality,  the late Fela Kuti was indeed a true prophet as all his prophesies have come to pass. Read more on bio-link #nigerianculture #macronvisits #frenchpresident #daadyfreeze #felashrine #newafrikan kashrine
  • 8 0 12:09 PM Jul 4, 2018
  • This symbol represents all Afrikan Descendants who would rather argue over Philosophies and ideologies than come together for common issues... Lite...
  • This symbol represents all Afrikan Descendants who would rather argue over Philosophies and ideologies than come together for common issues... Literally translated FUNTUNFUNEFU-DENKYEMFUNEFU means “a two-headed crocodile with a common stomach.” It is a symbol for unity amongst humanity despite cultural differences. It symbolizes working together in a democratic society to reach our destiny as humanity. The funny thing about the crocodiles is even though they have a common stomach, they fight each other for the food. It’s as if they do not understand that their destiny’s are linked so whatever food one mouth eats, both will be nourished. As humans, we argue and fight over shared “food” not realizing we can both receive nourishment if we work together. We are like the siamese crocodile. #NEWAFRIKAN #MOORS #NUWAPIANS #HEBREW #CHRISTIANS #MUSLIMS #NOI #DIVIDEDWEFALL
  • 7 0 9:17 PM Jul 3, 2018
  • This symbol represents all Afrikan Descendants who would rather argue over Philosophies and ideologies than come together for common issues... Lite...
  • This symbol represents all Afrikan Descendants who would rather argue over Philosophies and ideologies than come together for common issues... Literally translated FUNTUNFUNEFU-DENKYEMFUNEFU means “a two-headed crocodile with a common stomach.” It is a symbol for unity amongst humanity despite cultural differences. It symbolizes working together in a democratic society to reach our destiny as humanity. The funny thing about the crocodiles is even though they have a common stomach, they fight each other for the food. It’s as if they do not understand that their destiny’s are linked so whatever food one mouth eats, both will be nourished. As humans, we argue and fight over shared “food” not realizing we can both receive nourishment if we work together. We are like the siamese crocodile. #NEWAFRIKAN #MOORS #NUWAPIANS #HEBREW #CHRISTIANS #MUSLIMS #NOI #DIVIDEDWEFALL
  • 6 5 7:20 PM Jul 3, 2018
  • 🕯🕊 July 2nd Alotta powerful Ase/Iseee on This Day! Patrice Lumumba & Medgar Evers Both Would Be turning 93 today , New Afrikan Freedom Fighter De...
  • 🕯🕊 July 2nd Alotta powerful Ase/Iseee on This Day! Patrice Lumumba & Medgar Evers Both Would Be turning 93 today , New Afrikan Freedom Fighter Denmark Vesey Was Hung on This Day for Organizing a Slave Rebellion in Low Country South Carolina , Sengbe Pieh aka Cinque and Mende Political Prisoners Lead a Rebellion on The Amistad on This Day! Happy Ancestor Day Asé __ Patrice Lumumba was the first prime minister of the Democratic Republic of Congo, calling for national unity and overall African independence. Denmark Vesey, known as Telemaque while enslaved, (1767 – July 2, 1822) was a free black and former slave in Charleston, South Carolina who is noted for his plan for "the rising," a major slave revolt in 1822; Medgar Wiley Evers (July 2, 1925 – June 12, 1963) was an African American civil rights activist in Mississippi and the state's field secretary of the NAACP. He worked to overturn segregation at the University of Mississippi, to end segregation of public facilities, and to expand opportunities for African Americans, including enforcement of voting rights. He was assassinated by a white supremacist and Klansman. Amistad Rebellion: On July 2, 1839, one of the Africans, Mende Warrior Sengbe Pieh aka Cinqué, freed himself and the other captives using a file that had been found and kept by a woman who, like them, had been on the Tecora (the ship that had transported them illegally as slaves from Africa to Cuba). #NewAfrikan #patricelumumba #medgarevers #amistadrebellion #denmarkvesey #makeamericapayreparations #ConversationReparations #REPARATIONSNOW #WECHARGEGENOCIDE #fuckdonaldtrump #mississippi #congo #sierraleone #democraticrepublicofcongo #NewYork #NewJersey #Chicago #400years #NewOrleans #Virginia #Southcarolina #Africa #thisisamerica #denmarkveseyrebellion #amistad #4thofjulie #fourthofjuly
  • 23 1 4:04 AM Jul 3, 2018
  • #AncestralShrine Full Flic.. Our Ancestors in amerikan captivity were denied the ability to worship the shrines of their Mothers and Fathers. Due t...
  • #AncestralShrine Full Flic.. Our Ancestors in amerikan captivity were denied the ability to worship the shrines of their Mothers and Fathers. Due to force, fraud, and as a means of survival; our Ancestors adopted the faith system of our oppressors. The efforts by Nana Yao Opare Dinizulu, Oseijeman Adefunmi, and Medahochi Kofi Zannu and other pioneers of the Afrikan Recovery Movement to recover Afrikan faith systems and culture was an act of Afrikan Nationalism. From the late 1950's to the late 1960's, the pioneers of the Afrikan Recovery Movement chose to reclaim Afrikan religion as a means of reclaiming our Afrikan minds. Unlike the chauvinistic nationalism of European and Arab imperialism, the nationalism of the Afrikan Recovery Movement was self–defense for an oppressed people. So, the question for us is, We are attempting to reclaim an Afrikan faith system which will empower us through a connection with the Ultimate Mystery through Divine Forces of Nature and our common and respective Ancestry. Just as our Ancestors built their respective clans and nations, spirituality must be in the forefront of our efforts to build family, community, and nation. Reconstructing the shrines of our Mothers and Fathers is a nationalist project. It is re–establishing our connection with the Ultimate Mystery through our own culture, tradition, and experience. #NewAfrikanSpirituality #seedofgabrielprosser #indigenousspiritualscience #republicofnewafrika #newafrikan #rva #richmondvirginia #virginia #eastendrva #southsiderva #westendrva #northsiderva #saveshockoe
  • 72 7 12:28 AM Apr 7, 2015