50th Anniversary Founder’s Kwanzaa Statement

Dr. Maulana Karenga Kwanzaa, the Nguzo Saba and Our Constant Striving: Repairing, Renewing and Remaking the world The 50th anniversary of the pan-African holiday, Kwanzaa, of necessity brings added focus and emphasis on its customary call for remembrance, reflection and recommitment. We remember our history and the legacies left and the people who made and left them for us and the world. We reflect on the expansive meaning of being African in the world, on the context and issues of our times, and on our way forward in struggle to forge a future responsive to our needs and interests as well as those of the world. And we recommit ourselves to our highest values, to our most anchoring, elevatin

N’Joya Weusi Saturday School

During the summer of 2012 at Turkey Thicket Recreation Center in the Brookland Section of Washington DC, the National Black United Front (NBUF) initiated its N’Joya Weusi Saturday School. The school is named after two of NBUF’s founding members Baba Seydou N’Joya and Baba Jitu Weusi. Seydou N’Joya is a long time Pan African Activist that started as a member of the Labor Section of NBUF. He helped people with discrimination complaints in the workforce. Before his passing, he worked in the area of political prisoners, electoral politics and reparations. Jitu Weusi is known as the architect of NBUF and is a long time Pan African Activist as well. He was a founding member of The East Cultural C

Malcolm X Conference on Self-Determination

MALCOLM X CONFERENCE ON SELF-DETERMINATION MAY 19-20, 2017, HARLEM NEW YORK CITY NY: A CALL TO CONFERENCE ON MALCOLM X’S BIRTHDAY In honoring the 92nd year of the birth of Malcolm X, we are challenged to apply the lessons Malcolm taught us to the rapidly deteriorating conditions of Black people in America. Conditions founded on chattel enslavement; passage of the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments denying Black people the right to choose their destiny, chaining Black people to a second class citizenship of terrorism, cheap labor and poverty. Conditions through which Black people have been forced and educated to believe that integration is the road to equality and prosperity, while in reality we

National Black United Front National Statement on Missing Black Children in Washington DC and Across

The National Black United Front supports the families of missing Black children in the District of Columbia and across the nation. We demand that the local police department and national law enforcement agencies adopt more aggressive strategies to investigate these cases. We demand a larger media presence to increase public awareness about the nature of these events and provide a platform for the families that are affected. Finally, we urge our community leaders to join us in our efforts to promote family safety and educate Black families on protecting their children and preventing further cases of missing persons. National Statistics In 2016 37% of all missing persons in the nation were id

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