August 13, 2020 marks 100 years of Red, Black and Green. We have an opportunity to send a message, make a statement and demonstrate mental emancipation by wearing Red, Black and Green on August Thirteen!!! Wearing Red, Black and Green on August Thirteen demonstrates mental emancipation. Truth is a force. The truth of our flag…… Continue reading Celebrate the first 100 years of Red, Black and Green t-shirt
We have produced two versions of flyers for download. They are available at the links below. These flyers are for anyone to distribute. Use them to spread the word about the 95th year of Red, Black and Green beginning on August 13, 2015. We are encouraging all Black people worldwide to wear Red, Black and…… Continue reading #RBG95 FLYERS FOR DOWNLOAD AND DISTRIBUTION
Logo of the Universal Negro Improvement Association with its motto: One God! One Aim! One Destiny! Why the name Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League? Since, “All people of African ancestry are regarded as ordinary members” of the UNIA-ACL it is a valid question for our people to ask. Unfortunately, the active (dues…… Continue reading Why The Name Universal Negro Improvement Association?
In 1896 the [United States] Supreme Court’s decision in Plessy v. Ferguson legalized racial segregation, so that a legally racialized nation was confirmed. Notions of the race inferiority of non-European-origin populations stemmed from the fear of the genetic annihilation* of European-origin populations. Northern European intellectuals feared racial annihilation by way of miscegenation with non-European populations,…… Continue reading On the ‘Fear of Genetic Annihilation.’
We don’t want to be integrated out of power; we want to be integrated in power.
When people talk about the “Red pill” or the “Blue pill” we can loudly proclaim there are other options, such as the “RBG pill.”
ANNUAL SACRED LIBATION CEREMONY FOR OUR SISTERS The community remembers Black women lynched in America Spiritually-conscious women and men of African descent will gather 3:00PM sharp, Sunday, March 29, rain or shine, at Congo (Washington) Square, 7th & Walnut Streets in Philadelphia for the Second Annual Sacred Libation Ceremony in remembrance of the 150 documented…… Continue reading ANNUAL SACRED LIBATION CEREMONY FOR OUR SISTERS: The community remembers Black women lynched in America
According to the FBI James Wormley Jones was one of the first, if not, the first African American FBI agent. Jones was born in Newport News, Virginia on September 21, 1884 to John Bradford Jones, a lighthouse keeper and Sally B. Jones who assisted him in his duties. In the 1900 census Jones and his…… Continue reading Was James Wormley Jones the first African American FBI agent or a pseudo Caucasian?
By Marilyn Kai Jewett The Laura Nelson Lynching is the only photograph of a Black woman who was lynched in the USA. Many of us who are students of history know about the thousands of Black men who were lynched in this nation. However, most don’t know about the many African American women who were…… Continue reading WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH: THE LYNCHING OF AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN
Second Annual Sacred Libation Ceremony in Remembrance on March 29, 2015 By Iya Marilyn Kai Jewett Last year while reading articles on a Black news website, I noticed a link to an article about Black women who were lynched. Being a student of history, I followed the link which led to another Black website and…… Continue reading REMEMBERING OUR SISTERS: BLACK WOMEN WHO WERE LYNCHED IN AMERICA