Our Blood Our Melanin and Africa Unites Us.

Culturally coded wisdom is symbolically embedded in the REd, Black and Green. It tells us who are willing to know the truth: Our Blood, Our Melanin and Africa UNITES US!!! No one can tell us this but us. No one can know this but us. We were given the RBG on August 13, 1920 by … More Our Blood Our Melanin and Africa Unites Us.

[PRESS RELEASE] The Melanin Convergence: From Maafa to Ubuntu in the Era of the Blessed Generation

“Melanin Convergence” signifies real time prophecy envisioning growth. It confers upon us responsibility to implement African Redemption correcting the immoral and amoral 1883-1884 Berlin Conference. No political authority relinquished African sovereignty to European countries and the U.S.A. No African social, political, and cultural infrastructure developed over hundreds of thousands of years validated that conference. … More [PRESS RELEASE] The Melanin Convergence: From Maafa to Ubuntu in the Era of the Blessed Generation

The RBG Countdown and World Melanin Day: 40 days to the 100th Year of Red, Black and Green on August 13, 2020

The designation of Red, Black, and Green as the colors of Black people worldwide commenced August 13, 1920, in the second Madison Square Garden. The occasion was the signing of the Declaration of Rights of the Negro Peoples of the World. … More The RBG Countdown and World Melanin Day: 40 days to the 100th Year of Red, Black and Green on August 13, 2020

100 years of Red, Black and Green begins on August 13, 2020.

Red, Black and Green is rapidly approaching its second century as the flag of Africans, at home and abroad. Melanin is worth over $395 a gram more than gold. The Afro, official currency of the Sovereign United States of Africa is worth over $2. All of that influences awareness, perception, and power. Is this what Marcus Garvey, Provisional President of Africa referred to by ‘look for me in the whirlwind?’ … More 100 years of Red, Black and Green begins on August 13, 2020.

Opening of UNIA Convention: PRESIDENT-GENERAL WELCOMES DELEGATES

At Liberty Hall, New York, 1 August, 1920 The Honorable Marcus Garvey delivered the opening address as follows: Fellow Members of the Universal Negro Improvement Association, Delegates to the Convention, Friends and Fellow Negroes: At this hour it is my honor to inform you that the Universal Negro Improvement Association of the World declares its … More Opening of UNIA Convention: PRESIDENT-GENERAL WELCOMES DELEGATES

How Much Was the Afro Worth in 1997?

In 1997 I attended a course at Prince Georges County Community College on Trade and Development in Africa. The purpose of the course was to prepare us to begin engaging in export and import with Africa. “The African Business Handbook” by Michael Sudarkasa is the textbook used in the course. During one session, class discussion … More How Much Was the Afro Worth in 1997?

The Value of One Afro (Official Currency of the United States of Africa or the African Union)

Take one of each African currency. Put them in a basket. How much are they worth compared to the dollar? This post demonstrates how to reboot the global economy to an equilibrium based on supply and demand. The answer to the question above is simple and something I’ve known since 1997. During a Saturday course … More The Value of One Afro (Official Currency of the United States of Africa or the African Union)

The United States of Africa Passport t-shirt

The idea of the United States of Africa originated with Marcus Garvey, despite what some people would like you to believe. His 1924 poem, “Hail! United States of Africa” was the first instance of the concept. We created a passport inspired by Garvey’s poem years ago. Now it is on a t-shirt ready for you. … More The United States of Africa Passport t-shirt

Africa For The Africans (poem by Marcus Garvey)

Say! Africa for the Africans, Like America for the Americans: This is the rallying cry for a nation, Be it peace or revolution. Blacks are men, no longer cringing fools; They demand a place, not like weak tools; But among the world of nations great They demand a free self-governing state. Hurrah! Hurrah! Great Africa … More Africa For The Africans (poem by Marcus Garvey)