"November 2, 1979 the Soul of the Black Liberation Army, Assata Shakur, was liberated from Clinton New Jersey Correctional Facility by the BLA and white allies. While still in exile she is a courageous sheroe and freedom fighter. Her voice still resonates along with all of our exiles, Prisoners of War and Political Prisoners. Salute them! Support them! On November 5 (Black Solidarity Day), 1979 Queen Mother Moore and Provisional Government of the Republic of New Afrika President Dara Abubakari marched to the United Nations with 5,000 people charging the United States empire with genocide. The fight for sovereignty is still on. Ancestral blessings. Free the Land!!!" ~ Baba Kwame
Having a commitment that allows you to give back, to feel fulfilled, and to pay it forward weekly is really a gift.
Weekly time with The New Afrikan Scouts is my commitment. Ill always brag about these youth, so if you're on my page, get used to it.
This will always be my favorite part of every Friday. This will always be my favorite form of paying it forward.
Especially when four of the community greats are there with us all.
Youth ages 6-17 meet weekly, 6:30pm-8pm. Kilombo Academic & Cultural Institute.
So much sweetness in community time together.
Give thanks for @gearact and Aztec Cycles for assisting with our first New Afrikan Scouts community bike ride!
We got in almost 4 miles together and it was perfect. Give thanks for the wealth of good health and community family.
Kevin "Rashid" Johnson.
Founder of the New Afrikan Black Panther Party - Prison Chapter. Revolutionary journalist catalyzed by prison conditions. His documentation of prison abuse has led to him being targeted, isolated and assaulted. A strong new voice who's work serves as a continuation of New Afrikan prisoners principles and direct action. Along with his writings are his beautifully intense ink drawings. A truly prolific artist, writer and human being. "DEFYING THE TOMB" - KEVIN "RASHID" JOHNSON
An excellent dialogue between New Afrikan Black Panther Party - Prison Chapter Founder, Kevin "Rashid" Johnson and a fellow prisoner. A helpful read to anyone getting into organizing, one who is questioning tactics and anyone concerned about prisons and human rights. The sprawling conversation covers many subjects such as, Marxism, New Afrikan Independence, Machiavelli, the Five Percenters, Nationalism, Dead Prez, etc.
With a foreword by Russel "Maroon" Shoats and an afterword by Sundiata Acoli, this work is important for anyone interested in Black Liberation in the contemporary world.
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