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Kalambayi Andenet, International President of International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement shares with us her experience in Ferguson MO after Mike Brown was murdered; his body left a spectacle in hot summer streets for four hours. She also speaks to her story, and the difficult struggle that Africans face here in the U.S. right now. This is an active reality for the Black Colonies here in North America; has been since we forced them here to be slaves. #ForWhitesOnly - Please, if you're a white organizer, activist, humanitarian that feels compelled to help with the Black Liberation Movement, join Uhuru Solidarity Movement, help us organize in white communities. Help us raise awareness around the importance of white people paying #Reparations to African People's Education and Defense Fund and Black Power Blueprint. We've stacked the odds against black people for too long. Let them be free! To build their own economic development! Self-determination! And healthy communities! We've stood by for too long and watched as the state pushed them into poverty, corrupt colonies, and private parasitic prisons where they're tortured, raped, and killed. The system needs to be overturned. The Uhuru Movement has been around for 47 years. Lead strong by courageous African Women like Kalambayi Andenet. I am so honored to work under African leadership. You should be too. Uhuru! Uhuru means Freedom in Swahili. The Mau Mau yelled it during the uprising against the white European colonist-settlers in Kenya from 1952–1964.
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