The community is invited to participate in forums in Alabama and Georgia with Professor Yaa Lengi Ngemi of the Democratic Republic of the Congo on November 2-4, 2013. Prof. Ngemi is a Congolese activist, instructor of math, science and history and the translator and master teacher of Dr. Cheik Anta Diop’s book “Civilization or Barbarism. ” Ngemi is also the author of the book “Genocide in the Congo/Zaire in the name of Bill Clinton…” Prof. Ngemi will speak on the topic of Genocide in the Congo & Diop’s Guide for African Unity and power. Prof. Ngemi comes at a time when Libya, recently one the most prosperous country in Africa (world) is now in chaos after a unified U.S. and European Union military attack on this African nation. Currently, the Congo (DR), the richest real estate in the heart of Black Africa and world has become a wasteland and the Africa center of a neo-colonial global criminal network directed by 21st century robber barons. Like President Khadafy of Libya (Martin, Malcolm, Medgar), the great Patrice Lumumba of Congo/Zaire was hunted and killed over 50 years ago by western directed mercenaries supported by American and European military forces. Zimbabweans, who are shouldering the burden of the overall Pan African movement is noted to be the next target for destruction by imperialists. Therefore, the people of Zimbabwe are appealing to African Americans to send a clear message to the U.S. government to stop the boycott of Zimbabwe. Across Africa, corporate agents in collusion with and under the guise of manufactured wars by U.S. Africom and NATO are fully engaged in Land Grab as part of a larger scramble for African resources. Therefore, Africans are urging all people of good will to continue to work for Africa’s liberation to halt Africa’s descent into re-colonization. In 2003, the African Union has called for the African Diaspora to organize itself as the 6th region of Africa. However, with too many African nations influenced or directed by foreign interests, the AU is now weakened and African people are less respected and so have become the most vulnerable people in the world. In May 2003, Elombe Brath, an African freedom fighter, chair of the Patrice Lumumba Coalition and co-founder of WADU warned Pan Africanists to ready themselves to face the renewed dangers confronting Africa and Black people, globally. This was after a meeting with some AU representatives at the historic Schomburg Center in Harlem, New York. The community is invited to participate in the WADUGA led forums; in Birmingham, Alabama on Saturday, November 2, 2013/3:00 p.m. (300 8th Avenue west/35204)and in East Point, Georgia on Sunday, November 3, 2013/3:00 p.m. Virginia Avenue/30337/near Atlanta airport. The main objective is to strengthen the family ties of Black people across the African Diaspora for a cultural, political and economic union with our Homeland, Africa. For more information, please Mr. Kofi Adjei at 678-614-9058 or wadupam.org.
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