Re: African People Must Nourish Pan Africanizatio
Posted By: seshatasefekht In Response To: Re: African People Must Nourish Pan Africanizatio (Bantu-Kelani)
Date: Thursday, 16 December 2004, at 10:34 a.m.
In Response To: Re: African People Must Nourish Pan Africanizatio (Bantu-Kelani)
peace and hotep,
bantu-kelani, firsty, what about organizations like trans-africa?
secondly, what can we expect from africans in the amoricas when, we in the u.s, are operating from a civil rights act of 1965 that only pays lip service to diasporic africans in the caribbean and central-south amorica? i associate withe all sorts of hueman beings every day, from every point on the globe. most do not even recognise the effect of civil rights act of 1965 on their livilyhood while they are here in amorica. they all encourage african amoricans to travel beyond the confines of this whore, amorica. but they are here......for whatever opportunity. the number of diasporic africans continue to increace from levels prior to 1965. people are coming here for opportunities that are not even available in africa and elsewhere.
it is obvious to me that africans in amorica have open some great portal of opportunity in the west for our diaspora from marcus to martin and beyond, yet we build and they come. i do not believe that it is a matter of comfort or opportunity of why we stay in this beast. if this beast is feasting world-wide, this is the only place to subdue this beast. if it was possible to do that from a distance i would be
out of here. so we keep our friends close and our enemies closer.
no slingshot. we gonna cut the heart out.
every thing here is on schedule.
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