Amadi Ajamu



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Malcolm X @ 95

On Tuesday, May 19, 2020 the December 12th Movement will honor the 95th birthday of our Black hero Malcolm X, in the streets of Harlem, NY with a “Black Power Motorcade” from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

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Zimbabwe turns 40

On April 18, 1980, the people of Zimbabwe declared their independence from British colonizers after many years of armed struggle.

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Honoring Black contemporary heroes for Black History Month 2020

Traditionally Black History Month has honored our great leaders of the past.

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Honoring Black contemporary heroes for Black History Month 2020

Traditionally Black History Month has honored our great leaders of the past.

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Black Solidarity Day—Action toward 2020

A New York citywide Unity program held on Black Solidarity Day, Nov. 4, 2019, launched a citywide plan of action to build a political-economic platform for Black Solidarity Day 2020.

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Demand to end illegal sanctions on Zimbabwe intensifies

During the opening of the United Nations General Assembly this week the United States came under fire.

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New Yorkers attend funeral of Zimbabwe former president Robert Mugabe saying ‘The struggle continues’

Members of the Brooklyn-based December 12th Movement have just returned this Monday, Sept. 16, 2019, from Zimbabwe where they attended the funeral of the recently late former premier.

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SADC Solidarity on ending illegal sanctions on Zimbabwe

On August 18, the 39th Southern African Development Community summit of the heads of state and government held in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, declared October 25, 2019 as “A Day of Solidarity to Lift the Illegal Sanctions Imposed on Zimbabwe.”

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Our fight for reparations

The Dec. 12th Movement International Secretariat will host a screening of the “Durban 400,” a documentary film of the historic World Conference against Racism held in Durban, South Africa in 2001.

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Celebration and re-internment of our ancestors

NYC Councilmember Inez Barron and NYS Assemblymember Charles Barron joined together to honor the legacy of African ancestors who endured centuries of enslavement in the formation of East New York, Brooklyn.

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