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March 2, 2007

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  2. repair said

    Reparation: ‘to repair’ is given as the root definition. With this definition at the base of the Reparations Movement in North America African Americans can begin the ‘Long March’ toward repairing the effects of Slavery in North America. We can and must take the lead in this glorious movement. We must honor our American Slave Ancestors with a massive collective consciousness of goodwill and mutual benefit. To wait on a check is to delay the Work. Devine providence has called forth African Americans to repair. This generation has been given the great responsiblity to compliment the Era of Civil Rights with an Era of Repair. The Kibbutz in Israel offer an egalitarian socialist model African Americans can follow in developing farming and industrial office parks throughout North America. We can welcome assistance from our fellow Americans but should not develop a dependence. Our reliance should be only on Allah(Jehovah God). Let us sing songs of praise to God as we return to the fields of our Ancestors!

  3. Today March 4, 2007 the Cherokee Nation, second largest tribe in America, voted to revoke the tribal citizenship of an estimated 2,800 descendants of the people the Cherokees once owned as slaves (the same people the tribe made members after the Civil War). This is the same as the citizens of the United States voting to revoke the citizenship of every man woman and child descendant of American Slaves. With one vote the Cherokee Nation has expressed its Will and Testament. African Americans can no longer see the Cherokee as a People who honor our Ancestors. Instead we must struggle for the land rights of free slaves granted in the 1866 treaty between the Cherokee Nation and the United States. Yesterday no one could have convinced me the Reparations Movement in North America would one day struggle with the Cherokee Nation the People of my Grand Mother.

    Pierre Harbin-Ahmed

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