Pan Africanism : Million Youth March Endorsers / Organizers

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  1. Destee

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    <center>Saturday September 6th, 2003
    Million Youth March
    Organizers and Endorsers


    MILLION YOUTH MARCH NATIONAL ORGANIZING TEAM


    National Convener: Attorney Malik Zulu Shabazz,
    in honor of Dr. Khallid Abdul Muhammad

    Honorary Co-Convenors:Honorable Charles Barron (Host Councilman), Fred Hampton Jr., Dr. James Mcintosh, Sister Betty Dopson (CEMOTAP) Prof James Smalls (OAAU), Dr. Leonard Jeffries, Attorney Alton Maddox (UAM),
    Attorney Chokwe Lumumba, Bro. Mukassa Ricks,
    New Black Panther Party

    National Youth Director: Bro Divine Allah
    National Assistant: Minister Hashim Nzinga
    National Field Director: Bro Akbar Bilal
    New York Co-Chair: Sis Nzinga Alston
    New Jersey Co-Chair: Bro Zayid Muhammad

    Presiding Elders: Dr. Yosef Ben Jochannon, Minister Morris Thutmosis Powell, Baba Herman Furgeson

    ther positions tba announced soon!!!


    MILLION YOUTH MARCH ENDORSERS (AS of 5-19-02)

    DJ Greg Street, Black Lawyers For Justice, Nas, Cash Money Records, Honorable Louis Farrakhan, Baby 'Birdman',, Reverend Al Sharpton , 50 Cent,
    Committee To Honor Black Heroes,
    Minister Kevin Muhammad, NOI Mosque #7, Ludacris,
    Baba Afrika Bambaata Hon. Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney,
    The Government Of Zimbabwe Under the Leadership Of Honorable
    President Robert Mugabe, Erika Baydu, Dr. Conrad Worill, Warrior Woman, Chief Ernie Longwalker, Imhotep Gary Byrd, All African Peoples Revolutionary Party (AAPRP), Million Man/ Million Woman/Million Youth March Reunion Committee, Def Jam South, Jay Z, New Black Panther Party, G.A.M.E. (Grassroots Artists Movement) Hon. Charles Barron, Akua Njeri (Mrs. Fred Hampton Sr), Pastor William Jones, Honorable Silis Muhammad, Lost Found Nation Of Islam, Provisional Government of the Republic of New Afrika (PGRNA), Malcolm X Grassroots Organizing Committee, Organization Of Afro American Unity (OAAU), Jitu Weusi, , Mrs. Jaqueline Jackson, Tehut Nine, Dr. Maulana Karenga, Bridge Back Inc, Herman Russell, Farrakhan Khallid Muhammad, DJ Jazzy Phae, Pastor Troy, Queen Fuvi, 'Dead Prez', NCOBRA, Rev. Stafford Sutton Sr, Trina, Sylvia's Restaurant, Reverend Grayland Hagler, Comer Cotrell, Backyard Band, United Afrikan Movement, All African Peoples Revolutionary Party, Heru Ptah, National Black United Front,, Pam Afrika, City Wide Youth Conference, Dedon, Our Turn Inc, Dr. Leonard Jeffries, Dorothy Lewis, Professor James Small, UGK, Dr Adelai Sanford, Kwame Ture Institute, National Action Network, Strong Brothers Alliance, Coalition To End Black on Black Murder Inc., Connie Tucker, Elombe Brath, Lil Flip,, Dr Clinton Crawford, Nefetari Nzinga, , Bone Thugs And Harmony, Bob Brown, Rev. Theodore Sutton. Bob Law, Lil Bow Wow, Mystical, Segun Shabaka, Patrice Lumumba Coalition, Minister Sharon Roach, Actor Robert Townsend, Sadiki Kambon, Brother Man Comics, Hannibal Afrika, Del Jones, Shaka Zulu, Gregory Baranco, Reverend Menelik Harris, The US Organization, National Association Of Kawaida Organizations (NAKO) , All Of It Barber Shop, Carol Taylor (Little Black Book), Minister Quanell X, Houston NBUF, Dr. Clinton Crawford, Alliance Of Concerned Men, Cease Fire Don't Smoke The Brothers Inc, Ahmad M. Abdulibad (Minister General) Of Sons Of Afrika, Boston , Mannie Fresh, , Bob Winfield, Afrikan Nationalist Pioneer Movement, Imam Musa, Rambro, Rev. Raymond Brown, Nubian Leadership Circle, CEMOTAP, K.O Studios, Smokke, Yusef Salaaam, Redwind Nation, Hearafter Foundation, Nubian Heritage Cultural Center, Will Mega, STEPs, Soul Brothers Boutique, Nubian Eye, Phyllis Stickney, Empress Lioness, Atty. Michael Hardy, Rev. Clemson Brown, Prisoners Of Conscious Committee, Patchwork Studios, Pan African Liberation Organization (PALO), Prisoners Of Conscious Committee, New Afrikan Peoples Organization (NAPO), Minister Sharon Roach, Imam Akbar Bilal, Najee Ali, Project Islamic Hope, Kofi Taharka & Houston NBUF, peoples Coalition For Police Accountability, Dee Dee Cocheta, Yusef Shabazz, Melchesideck Shabazz Allah, Dr. Jack Felder. A Black Clan Associates, African Brain Economic Thrust, Assata Sankofa Sistahood, Atty. Donald M. Temple., Gotti and Boo, Dallas Austin, Da Ghetto Tymz, Conscious Hiphop.com, Mother Marylin Preston Killingham.
    Concerned Dads Inc. of Decatur GA.
    Youth In Progress Organization, Sankofa
    Community Empowerment, Inc, Dee Jay Red Alert, Grand Master Flash, Sankofa Community Empowerment, www.******************, Pam Africa,
    Grand Wizard Theodore,

    To add your endorsement or if we missed you, email [email protected]
    Join Us In Our Efforts To Stop The Violence, Bring Justice To Our Youth And People, and Bring Black Power and Unity to the Black Community. Call (202) 234 8878


    THE MILLION YOUTH MARCH IS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6TH IN BROOKLYN NEW YORK ON FULTON STREET

    THE MARCH THROUGH BROOKLYN BEGINS AT 10:00 AM
    THE MASS RALLY BEGINS AT 12:00 NOON

    BE THERE FOR THIS HISTORY MAKING MOVE!
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    Very worthy cause. Impressive list of endorsers. Some organizations I've never heard of but would like to know more about. Thanks for the information, Destee :heart:
     
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    indeed love to learn more about this i agree with NNQueen
     
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    Hey ya'll one of the endorsers I know, da ghetto tymz magazine. Ya'll definitely need to check that out. It's Hot!!!!!! Go to the forum on websites and technology and hit em up....
     
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    Thanks will do
     
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    Necessity of Youth to form permanent organization

    Revolutionary Greetings,

    The youth spark the revolution and that is axiomatic, but if our youth are not in organizations then all the marches in the world will not do us any good. We are not opposed to the MYM. This is a stepping stone. Our mission at a gathering of this caliber should always be to organize, organize, organize.

    We who plan on attending need to go armed with revolutionary consciousness and push that the youth ground swell the organizations that are listed. The representatives of the organizations that will attend should push for this with the utmost impetusness.

    We need to demand that our youth join our organizations and come this time next year we want more than just a march; but we want to have made some revolutionary gains. Afterall personally, this is a revolutionary Pan-African forum in our personally view, far more than Afrocentric.

    Our organization will be represented (AAPRP). We will be about the work of political education and organization. We hope everyone else does the same. And if any of you are not in an organization come help build the AAPRP. You can find us online and locate a Chapter near you.

    Now that the call is for Black Power again, we better be prepare to educate the masses on the history most properly and encourage endlessly the unconditional particpation of the youth in organization. This MYM is also a great opportunity to continue the call and push for the African United Front.

    And as we move to terminate, we better make sure that our sisters have more of a representation and that their voices are heard as equally well. Women are the subject of our liberation and not the object or our liberation
     
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    Kuumba chi nia, Welcome to the forum!!! Its great to have you here....I have to say that I definitely agree with what you're saying..Organization is a must!! Also teaching our people our true history is critical because unfortunatley alot of our people have been deliberately pushed into confusion and we all should be well aware of the effects of confusion. I will be at the march and I hope that others from the Destee community will participate also..
    Peace..
     
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