Listen Siblings, I come in peace,
“Peace is the fruit of activity, not of sleep.” — KMT Proverbs
“The Law of Morality,” describes Morality as an action, which explains this proverb. Specifically, one must be active to morally assert.
So now, I bring to you the idea of Monthly Meetings. I invite you to be active in creating prosperous, independent African communities (PIACs).
We need to plan boycotts, train participants, contact alternative providers, and coordinate funding.
As much as we enjoy “reading” about liberation, we must also speak and do about liberation.
Marcus Garvey warned “[We] must not mistake lip-service and noise for bravery and service.”
Some have heard me promise PIACs. Help me deliver on that promise.
The location for meetings is thus far Prospect Park’s “columned” structure. Our ancestors built columned structures and held open classrooms. There are little more fitting area for meeting than a columned, open classroom.
Below are images, video and directions to the columned structure. Contact me concerning availability for meeting. In time, I will update with a concrete day.
Whether you can meet or not, help gather teams of Africans to build an African Blood Siblings Community Center where you are. It can develop our consciousness and give us a better standing sociologically, ecologically and psychologically. Subscribe, share, love.
The Monthly Meeting Place
By Onitaset Kumat
This is a video in the Park where I recite some of “You Go Along With it.”
This is a video in the Park where I recite the ancient dismissal of Greek “wisdom.”
The South-Eastern most corner of Prospect Park is Ocean Avenue and Parkside Avenue. At that entrance, walk along Parkside westbound and the first entrance along Parkside Avenue leads you straight to this structure.
See you there. Share this with our Kin.
2 thoughts on “The Monthly Meeting Place”
You already read my post on meetings (“,) ps nice rooms. How about sleepovers. Maybe even homeless shelters for us global yet dispossessed people
Do not underestimate the importance of meetings. For the eyes are an important communicator, tone as well inspires and touch has profound meaning. To forsake these senses is to forsake vital information.
This vital information may mean the difference between a team doing lip-service for Racial Independence and doing service for Racial Independence.
After a Meeting Place becomes an African Blood Siblings Community Center, the income generated can support paying speakers and lecturers.