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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 the Past, which is embarrassingly missing from the curriculum they study in school. We know that children who know the truth of their history do better in school and in life. So, it is no surprise that mississippi excluded the truth of its own history and Ourstory from the learning in schools.
Working collectively, Baba Lukata and Bishop Bolden-Gardner expects the youth's Afrikan Cultural Awareness to increase and their apathy towards active involvement in the New Afrikan Liberation Struggle to decrease. Knowing the struggle, work, and sacrifice of Fannie Lou Hamer, Medgar Evers, Rev. George Lee, Lamar Smith, Emmett Till, Cpl R. Ducksworth, James Chaney, Ben Chester White, Vernon Dahmer, Wharlest Jackson, James Green, Phillip Gibbs, and Clyde Kennard, among others, our youth will better understand the term Hellacaust (aka Maafa).
Like the Spiritual Pilgrimage to the mississippi Delta (SP2mD), this tour is part of the antidote to the African Cultural Deprivation Syndrome (ACDS) impacting all New Afrikans. African Cultural Deprivation Syndrome is a major mentally and physically debilitating disease that inhibits New Afrikans in american, and throughout the Diaspora, from climbing the social hierarchy of self-actualization. This failure to rise is due in large part to New Afrikans' lack of self awareness and connection to their historical roots.
We wanna encourage more New Afrikan to begin their Cultural Healing by visiting the PG-RNA National Territory. Look for more tour opportunities and/or contact Baba Lukata to schedule a special tour during our next/upcoming visit to the National Territory. Contact Baba Lukata at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the meantime, We wish you Peace of Mind, A Strong Afrikan Spirit and New Afrikan Prosperity.