Marcus Garvey made a powerful choice when he prophesied “We are going to emancipate ourselves from mental slavery, for though others may free the body, none but ourselves can free the mind. Mind is our only ruler; sovereign,” during his speech “The Work That Has Been Done” in October 1937. Bob Marley chose to bring … More Choose to Wear Red, Black and Green on August 13, 2018
James Brown was a Garveyite. These lyrics are pure Garveyism. I don’t want nobody to give me nothing Open up the door, I’ll get it myself (3 times) Don’t give me integration Give me true communication Don’t give me sorrow I want equal opportunity to live tomorrow Give me schools and give me better … More I Don’t Want Nobody To Give Me Nothin’ (Open up the door, I’ll get it myself )
Several years ago I found myself perplexed by a quandary. On numerous occasions I experienced a feeling that I couldn’t name. The feeling was good. Whenever it came upon me I felt as though life was something special; more special than before. When the feeling first came I do not recall the day or time. … More On Feeling Human
Malcolm X…Marcus Garvey…Bob Marley…Martin Luther King, Jr. Those four names are synonymous with Keyamsha, the Awakening. Interestingly, their names all have the letter “M.” In this post we look at several facts that connect these men. What led to such connections? Coincidence? Synchronicity? Fate? Destiny? Something we can not begin to comprehend? All of the above? We … More Malcolm, Marcus, Marley and Martin: A look at connections between four icons of Keyamsha, the Awakening
For over thirty years, the Empire State Building has honored Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a Red, Black and Green tower lighting. January 18, 2016 the Empire State Building was lit Red, Black and Green on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. It was also lit RBG January 16, 2017 and January 15, 2018. The Red, Black and Green … More Dr. Martin Luther King Lit The Empire State Building Red, Black and Green.
“I always had a deep affection for Malcolm” … More Telegram from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to Betty al-Shabazz expressing his sympathy for the death of her husband, Malcolm X.