Today, August 3, 2019, is the 80th day of the 90 Days of Hope campaign. We are spending the next 10 days inviting millions of people worldwide to wear Red, Black and Green on Tuesday, August 13, 2019.
Africa has a flag. The Red, Black and Green has been the flag of Africa since August 13, 1920. That means nearly 99 years ago a flag was created for Africans at home and abroad. The creation of the Red, Black and Green flag is part of #Ourstory. We continue to create #Ourstory simply by acknowledging the history of our flag as a current event. Let’s make an epic global experience. Take the #RBGChallenge. Celebrate #RBG99 by wearing Red, Black and Green on August 13. Wearing #RBG on August 13 is a simple act. The #RBGChallenge sends a message of hope, makes a statement of global unity and demonstrates mental emancipation.
10 days from now, August 13, 2019, will be the Reddest, Blackest and Greenest day ever. August 13, begins the 99th year since Red, Black and Green were designated the colors of all Africans at home and abroad. We encourage you to take the #RBGChallenge by wearing Red, Black and Green on August 13 to send a message of hope, make a statement of global unity and demonstrate mental emancipation.
Melanin is worth over $380 a gram more than gold. The Red, Black and Green is rapidly approaching the beginning of its second century in 2020. The Afro, official currency of the United States of Africa or the African Union is poised to be worth $2.50 to $3. We are living in a new era. The era of African Redemption is upon us.
We have taken the liberty of designating August 13th World Melanin Day. During the August 1920 Universal Negro Improvement Association convention our ancestors invoked uniquely high science by designating Red for the blood, Black for the people and Green for the motherland, Africa. Melanin puts the “B” in RBG and the Black in Red, Black and Green. Melanin is currently worth over $380 a gram more than gold. Melanin is worth more than gold, silver, platinum, palladium, rhodium and coltan combined. Are the dry bones waking up? Has the stone the builder refused now become the cornerstone? Has the truth begun to emancipate us from mental slavery?