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The leader of garveyista cimarron panafricanista internacional, Dr Abuy Nfubea, and founder of the www.malcolmgarveyuniversity.com and veteran community organizer and political activist in Spanish world, recently delivered his final lecture in his capacity as a ‘Distinguished Lecturer’ at UNED University, faculty of law and and politics. The historical speech was inside of the comemoration of 50 year of Equatorial Guinea.
He pointed out the importance of the struggle and leadership that Guinean women have exercised during these 5 years for the configuration of pan-Africanism and the culture of black protest, fight for natural beauty, immigrant and anti-racist struggle today.
His final lecture was open to the public and in attendance were scores of UNED’s administration, faculty, and former students who had been tutored and guided by him, along with representatives of local elected officials as well as Dr. Obiang Biko from New York college, Delfin Mocache, Remei Sipi, Eugenio Nkogo, Donato Ndong, Aranzadi Juan, Benita San Pedro other members of Equatoguineana and African comunitty, friends, media and colleagues and embassadors.
In a passionate and wide-ranging presentation, Dr. Abuy Nfubea elaborated on his political world view and on his vision of 50 year of strugle of Equatoguinean women moving forward to freedom.
Before delivering his lecture, Dr. Abuy Nfubea honored several citations and proclamations for this freedom figther African womens who inspired us and gave us the Field Negro spirit years.