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The Historic 7th Commemoration Celebration of NAT TURNER & THE B. L. A. IS HISTORY

The Prince of Pan Africanism, Dr. Umar Ifatunde, headlined a large gathering in KKVV (Khalifah Kujichagulia Village Virginia) August 19-21, to “Commemorate and Celebrate” the Revolt of Nat Turner and the Black Liberation Army of 1831. He spoke outdoors on the last day to a healthy mixture of Elders, Black youth, men women and children.
The gathering witnessed the occurrence of the phenomenal Great Eclipse of 2017. The shared experience of the Eclipse, on the lawn of the Nat Turner Library, ingrained the historic occasion in the memory of all who were present. Khalifah stated during the large circled ceremony during the eclipse:
“This is a historic moment with a significant meaning, but no one knows the exact meaning. I suspect it is what we make of the tremendous energy that is prevalent here and on the Nat Turner War Trail this weekend. We personally have not decided on any particular thing, but I do note that the Great Eclipse in August 1831 was the sign that moved the Great Nat Turner to action in an attempt to free every Black Man woman and children in the United States of America.”
Also ingrained in our collective memories are dynamic speeches by two of African peoples most dynamic Freedom Leader advocates: Elder Kojo Yankah, directly from Ghana & still, relatively speaking, Black Youth, Dr. Umar Ifatunde Johnson. Dr. Johnson originated in Pennsylvania, Pa. There appeasr to be a consensus that he brings the right message for this Period of Time in History. Adoring crowds are turning out in numbers that reflect this assertion. We have said previously, “The only ones who know about Dr. Umar & have an opportunity but do not take it to go see and hear him,
“More likely than not are of the same mindset as humans who had an opportunity to see and hear Special, Great Ancestor Black men and women like, The Great Marcus Mosiah Garvey, The Honorable Elijah Muhammad, Noble Drew Ali, Minister Malcolm X or Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.”
Dr. Kojo Yankah, renoun scholar, Statesman, former Minister of State for the nation of Ghana enjoys an appeal, in kind above for Dr. Umar, to the worldwide African Independence Movement in the. In a two hours command speech without notes, Dr. Yankah treated a near capacity crowd in The Nat Turner Library to first hand accounts of historic facts and information: previously read or heard about.
Dr. Kojo also treated us to some background and personal accounts of his acquaintanceship with the Great Visionary for a United States of Africa, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. He deftly merged the common cause of One People, African people, who survived or are surviving domination by a cruel, brutal people; a people attempting to govern worldwide via an experimental, already proved false, muderous doctrine called White Supremacy.
The speeches were buttressed by an accomplished, fiery Young Black woman Leader from Baltimore, MD. She is Attorney Amy Jenkins. In a riveting few minutes, Ms Jenkins made an announcement about major Black Unity Conference in April of 2019. There will be a “Kickoff” gathering this October 5. She is Executive Director of the coming Event overall sponsored by BLACK LAWYERS FOR JUSTICE, founded by Attorney Zulu malik Shabazz.
The Open mic segment ended with a powerful testimonial about the raising of her universal Black consciousness by Sister Oladele; she and her mate Christopher Jackson and little boy, followed through on plans to camp out.
The above is but a “Snapshot” of the latest events of gathering Black people at the evolving “Place of destination and HEALING for Black people…” in appropriate modalities of Rites of Passage into Blackman and Womanhood. This one followed The First Fundraiser with Professor Griff, organized by publisher/author A. J. Jones, July 2, next was A 10 days retreat by one of Black America’s premier Healers, Dr. Jewel Pookum; as always, the Nat Turner War Trail tours are the regular, constant activity at KKVV
Next event in this Solar Cycle Journey of Healing will be the 2nd Ancestral Remembrance Day, November 11, 2017. Anyone who would like to attend KKVV events; or to come here and make an event yourself, should call asap 434-378-2140; 10am to 3pm.

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