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New publication on "Legacies of Slavery - A Resource Book for Managers of Sites and Itineraries of Memory" 20/05/2019 https://en.unesco.org/news/new-publication-legacies-slavery-resource-book-managers-sites-and-i tineraries-memory healing wounds https://healingthewoundsofslavery.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/UNESCO-GHFP_2020_Hea ling-the-Wounds-of-Slavey_Desk-Review_Report.pdf Slavery in America The Montgomery Slave Trade https://eji.org/reports/slavery-in-america/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI04b4ooXA8QIVuzizAB0dCQO hEAMYAiAAEgJ34PD_BwE Race, Racism and American Law by Derrick. A. Bell, Jr. Book review by William Payne https://escholarship.org/uc/item/5kc0r4gg Criminalization of black people https://eji.org/search/criminalization+of+black+people/page/1

NAPO/MXGM Statement on Sanyika Shakur On behalf of the men, women, youth, and the entire family of the New Afrikan People’s Organization and the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, we offer our heartfelt condolences to the Scott / Shakur family. We acknowledge Brother Sanyika’s many contributions to our movement, especially his important writings. They have served as an inspiration to many to transform their lives and fight for the liberation of our people. I thank Sheikh Muhammad Abdullah for bringing Brother Sanyika into our lives. And giving us the opportunity to continue his legacy by working with his son, Sanyika II, at Camp Pumziko, our national summer youth camp held annually in Georgia. It is our honor to include the Libations and 8 Bowl Ceremony from the House of Umoja at this memorial service for KODY SCOTT aka SANYIKA SHAKUR. Free the land! Thank you, Watani Tyehimba

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