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WEDNESDAY (brown), 8/16/2017=7=HetHeru=Creative, Imaginative. The Composite of HetHeru is Sekher, the delineated “Law of Maat” that governs power. To enhance the use of power be Creative and Creative.
The “Original Confessions of NAT TURNER,” and selected books, will be sold during and after the 76th MARCUS GARVEY PARADE, AUGUST 17, 2017 in Harlem, N. Y.
The Marcus Garvey Parade is, perhaps, Black America’s longest running Black Nationalist parade in history. Of course the first UNIA parades were organized and led by the Great Mr. Garvey, beginning in the 1920’s. After he was criminally accused and deported, there was a gap in most all of the UNIA programs. But in 1940 a young, energetic, loyal, fervent Garveyite named Carlos A. Cooks stepped up and stepped into the bold, unafraid leadership dynamism of the Great man.
Mr. Cooks revived Garveyism with the founding of “The Afrikan Nationalist Pioneer Movement (ANPM).” He ignited a generation of Black Nationalist under three main dynamisms of Garveyism: 1) He reconstituted the Afrikan Legion 2) He reignited the Buy Black Campaign – Don’t buy where you can’t work and 3) 4. He continued The Annual Marcus Garvey Parade through Harlem.
After the suspicious death of Mr. Cooks, there has been a secession of Administrators of ANPM. The successors included the organizer of The125th Street Vendors Association, Mr. Morris Powell. This was a natural outgrowth of the Buy Black Campaign of Carlos Cooks. Thutmosis, as he was also called, transitioned while living in exiled in South Africa in the year 2016.
The current ANPM Administrator is a youthful veteran of the organization. She has served in a variety of positions, under a variety of other leaders. Her Name is Yaa Ashantewaa. She has been the Leader, or Co-Leader since 2009. When her Co-Leader husband transitioned, she became the Administrator. Sister Yaa has identified Economics as her main focus. She made some key alliances to support essential to continue ANPM programs in the year 2017 and beyond.
She is busy these days promoting and preparing for the 76th Annual Marcus Garvey Day Parade. The traditional rally after the parade will feature a display of UBUS Communication Systems Books. One of the best sellers is The Confessions of Nat Turner.
The Parade will assemble on Thursday, August 17 at 5:00 pm at Marcus Garvey Park @ west 124th Street & 5th Ave., Harlem NY; proceed to Adam Powell Jr. Blvd, up to 126th to the Our Mecca In Harlem School at 2122 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd. at 126th Street, Harlem, New York.
A Selection of books will be available for purchase at the End of the Parade; at a Town Hall Meeting at Our Mecca in Harlem School. The Meeting will be from 7:30 to 9:30 PM. For more information about the Marcus Garvey Parade; the Town Hall Meeting or to purchase a copies of The Confessions of Nat Turner or other UBUS Books, call 347 876 0122 or 434-378-2140.


FRIDAY (green), 3/18/2016=3=Sekher. Sekher is a name for the Universal Melanin Law that predominate our execution of Power to relate to Persons, Places and Things in our Life Experience. The execution is with the expression of our Words, Acts and Deeds.
UBUS Communications Systems, the publisher that claims to be “Black America’s Most Reliable Publisher, Printer and Distributor” opened a 14-day trial bookstore on the world’s leading social network organization.
UBUS is instrumental in the publication of some 600 individual titles since publishing the first, in Harlem, in 1973 (“Black But Comely). Besides making the unsubstantiated claim to be “Black America’s Most Reliable Publisher, Printer and Distributor, UBUS claim to have set the blueprint that actually changed the way Black people buy books and other publications that are “Written By, For or About Black people.”
Deceased legendary, dedicated, would-have-Liberated Black people, Minister Barashango Ikhamusa said about UBUS:“Sooner or later all serious Black writers check to see what Khalifah has to offer.”
Making a bold move on Face Book presents a tremendous challenge; either white people are lying again, but they are the only ones that make “Big Money” on Social Networks. We’ll report weekly about what happens with our story, “UBUS BOOKS & THINGS.” For more information, call 434-378-2140 or mail publish@khabooks.com


December 12, 2015
NEWPORT NEWS, VA —It is called by many names, but the most popular is “giving back to the community from whence you came.” Whatever it is called, it means celebrities and other successful people who were first supported by their own community returning to give away some of whom they became and products they may have used the support to so-called “make it.”
Saturday afternoon, December 19, 2015 in Newport News, Virginia, Major Black Publisher, H. Khalif Khalifah, Founding President of The Southeast Community Day Parade and Festival,” and business owner of “UBUS BOOKS & THINGS” in Hampton, Virginia is returning to reportedly, “The oldest Black Community in America,” Newsome Park, to give away 500 Children Books & Things.
The giveaways will be at a Holiday, Pre-Kwanzaa Event in the new Moorish Science Cultural Center at 39th Street and Marshall Avenue. The event is sponsored by the only Black Bookstore in the City of Newport News or Hampton, Virginia. This is recently opened “Stone of the Sun Bookstore” 611 25th Street Newport News, Virginia 23607.
High quality Books and Things will be given to children between the ages of “new born” to 15 years old. A limit of two per child applies. The Holiday event will be from 10am to 6pm. Free Vendor setup available in the spacious building. Vendors will sell hand crafted products. The giveaway will be after a free Publishers Workshop by Khalifah at 2 pm. Native Newport News Author, Terrence Mckiney Moor, will introduce Khalifah.
There will also be a program to introduce the New Bookstore and Cultural Center, beginning at 3pm. Guest Speakers will feature the Leader of the Moorish Science Leader of Virginia.
Publisher H. Khalif Khalifah came to Newport News in 1978 to marry Carver H. S. Graduate, Class of 1967, Sister Reathella Bowser. The Bowser family lived in Newsome Park. Not within, but in a private house near the Newsome Park Housing Project. Historian he also happens to be, Khalifah said: “I recognized immediately the historic importance of Newsome Park.”
“The Newsome Park Community is reportedly, the first autonomous settlement of Chattel Slaves who moved away from the slave plantation between 1555 and 1619.
“When Newsome Park was demolished to make way for interstate 664, Reda and I bought a house as near to the former Bowser Homestead as possible. We lived and raised three daughters in a house at 3810 Orcutt Ave. We lived there for 19 years.”
Sister Reda died of Breast Cancer, December 18, 1997. Widower Khalifah raised the children in Southampton County, Virginia. He still lives in what was built to be Sister Reda Faard Khalifah’s “Dream House.” The Free Books will be given away in her name to commemorate the 18th year since her death.
For more information, call 434-378-2140. Email publish@khabooks.com