Will August 13, 2020 be One Bright Day?

Let us excite and expand human awareness with a U.N.I.A. revived with 12 million card carrying members by August 1, 2020. The 12 million provides the organization with $408 million in dues. Consolidating our energy prepares us for the 100th anniversary of the First International Convention of the U.N.I.A. in August 2020. Calling the gathering “The Melanin Convergence” sets the tone for everything happening during August 2020. Out of the events we produce “The Ubuntu Declaration.” August 13th as #RBG100 and World Melanin Day positions us to we flood the internet and social media with well-being through the #RBG100, #AR2020 and #WMD2020 hashtags.

BUY NOW: Melanin Is Worth More Than Gold by Nnamdi Azikiwe #MIWMTG

Front Cover to the book Melanin Is Worth More Than Gold #MIWMTG ISBN: 9780578480862 Click here to buy paperback from Amazon.com. Click here to buy e-book from Smashwords. It started nine months after a marker was placed at the grave of the Honorable Lady Henrietta Vinton Davis. As we prepared to conduct a Sacred Libation…… Continue reading BUY NOW: Melanin Is Worth More Than Gold by Nnamdi Azikiwe #MIWMTG

Why Is August 13th World Melanin Day?

Melanin puts the “B” in RBG and the “Black” in Red, Black and Green.

THE PASSING NEGRO “INTELLECTUAL”

The Negro who has had the benefit of an education of forty, thirty, and twenty years ago, is the greatest fraud and stumbling block to the real progress of the race. He was educated with the wrong psychology and perspective.

Marcus Garvey Centenary 1887-1987 in the Jamaica Journal

August 17, 1987 was the centenary of Marcus Mosiah Garvey. To honor the milestone, the Jamaica Journal devoted their entire August issue to articles on Garvey. The thirteen articles included:

This flag of mine by Amy Jacques Garvey

During the African Independence explosion and civil rights movement of the 1960s the Red, Black and Green saw a resurgence of popularity. In addition to the RBG being used as a model for flags in countries gaining independence such as Kenya, Zambia, Sudan, Libya, Ghana and others it was used as a symbol for unity…… Continue reading This flag of mine by Amy Jacques Garvey

Flyer for #RBG101: The 101st year of Red, Black and Green

Flyer for #RBG101 the 101st year of Red, Black and Green. #RBG101 Wear RED, BLACK AND GREEN on FRIDAY THE 13TH OF AUGUST 2021 August 13th, 2020 is #RBG101. That day begins 101 years of Red, Black and Green as the colors of ALL African people worldwide. Celebrate our symbol of pride, dignity, nobility and…… Continue reading Flyer for #RBG101: The 101st year of Red, Black and Green

Red, Black, and Green by Roy Ayers

https://youtu.be/TSOXlQQLoBs The Red, Black and Green flag symbolizes the Sovereign United States of Africa. The concept of the United States of Africa was envisioned by Marcus Garvey in a poem entitled “Hail! United States of Africa.” The Red, Black and Green has been the flag of Africans, at home and abroad, for over 100 years…… Continue reading Red, Black, and Green by Roy Ayers

Melanin Is Worth Over $395 A Gram More Than Gold T-Shirt

We decided to put it on a t-shirt reading “Melanin Is Worth Over $395 A Gram More Than Gold.”

John Henrik Clarke’s History is a Clock

The quote below is from the documentary A Great And Mighty Walk on the life of legendary scholar and teacher Dr. John Henrik Clarke. History is a clock that people use to tell their political and cultural time of day. It is also a compass that people use to find themselves on the map of…… Continue reading John Henrik Clarke’s History is a Clock

What’s wrong with this picture?

Ad from Black Enterprise Jan 1983 The advertisement above from Black Enterprise Jan 1983 was published by the Black Owned Communications Alliance. It shows a little boy seeing a hero that has a different look from himself. How can a child see the world as it really is when the world it sees does not…… Continue reading What’s wrong with this picture?

Islamic Manuscripts from Mali at the Library of Congress

A page from Kashf al-Ghummah fi Nafa al-Ummah (The Important Stars Among the Multitude of the Heavens) Islamic Manuscripts from Mali features 32 manuscripts from the Mamma Haidara Commemorative Library and the Library of Cheick Zayni Baye of Boujbeha, both in Timbuktu, Mali. The manuscripts presented online are displayed in their entirety and are an…… Continue reading Islamic Manuscripts from Mali at the Library of Congress

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