For All Points-Of-The-View.
Black August isn’t for just celebrating Ourstory, it also is for reflecting on it and using it to create solutions to our issues. It is a month to focus specifically on all the New Afrikans in Ourstory that refused to be enslaved or unjustly imprisoned, or those that have lost their lives in the struggle for our humanity and historic figures and events who were birthed in the month of August. Black August is a tribute to the New Afrikan Warrior Spirit expressed by…Continue
Black Community as a Family Gathering - July 4th
4th of U-lie Cookout and Black Community-Family Gathering
at the Chokwe Lumumba Center
939 West Capitol Street
MedgarEversville (bka Jackson), ms
Monday, July 4th - - 2pm - 8pm
Bring your lawn chair, cooler, grill and Party Attitude
MUSIC BY THE INTERNATIONAL FARMER
Black Political Future Rally throughout the Gathering will address the hostile Medgar Evers Airport Takeover by the Governor phil bryant…Continue
Baba Lukata believes that the best way for him to live up to his chosen name (Lukata meaning Dynamic or moral force) is to share his cultural growth and development with our children. To that end, Baba Lukata will lead a small group of 15 New Afrikan Youth from Carthage, MS to tour the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, TN.
Coordinated by Bishop Dr. Cynthia King Bolden-Gardner, Pastor of Greater Love Baptist Church, this tour is design to introduce these youngsters to Ourstory of…
Targeting Black People by Baba Asinia Lukata Chikuyu
During the 2012 Community Kwanzaa Celebration (CKC) at the Medgar Evers Community Center in Jackson, ms the seven night celebration averaged 75 people nightly for the event. That means there were over 500 willing participants engaged in cultural enrichment, self-love affirming and positive community improvement strategizing at the Annual New Afrikan Cultural Celebration.…Continue
Commemoration Ceremony of the assassination of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., (April 4, 1968)…