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KWASI Akyeampong
Bronx, New York
United States
The Malcolm X Grassroots Movement
&
Community Aid & Development (CAD)
presents
The 21st Annual
Malcolm X Commemorative Banquet
Saturday - February 18, 2012

7:00 pm
(doors open at 6:30pm)
Paschal's Restaurant

180 Northside Dr., SW
Atlanta, GA30313

Ujima Award Recipients:
Wekesa & Afiya Madzimoyo
Contact:
Malcolm X
Grassroots
Movement

Phone:
877-248-6095

Web:
www.cbpm.org/malcolmx
http://malcolmxfestival.com/
www.mxgm.org
www.malcolm-x.org












"We declare our right on this
earth...to be a human being, to
be respected as a human being,
to be given the rights of a human
being in this society, on this
earth, in this day, which we
intend to bring into existence by
any means necessary."
Keynote Speaker
Dr. Conrad Worrill, PH.D.
Malcolm X Self-Determination Award Recipient:
Senator Vincent Fort
Some Images from 2011
Banquet
Thanks to Brother Kwadwo
Geronimo jiJaga
September 13, 1947 - June 2, 2011
 
Ed Brown
August 19, 1941 -
November 23, 2011
Bob Mants
1943 - December 7, 2011

"If you've studied the captives
being caught by the American
soldiers in South Vietnam, you'll
find that these guerrillas are
young people. Some of them are
just children and some haven't
reached their teens. Most are
teenagers. It is the teenagers
abroad, all over the world, who
are actually involving themselves
in the struggle to eliminate
oppression and exploitation. In
the Congo, the refugees point
out that many of the Congolese
revolutionaries, they shoot all the
way down to seven years old -
that's been reported in the press.
Because the revolutionaries are
children, young people. In these
countries, the young people are
the ones who most quickly
identify with the struggle and the
necessity to eliminate the evil
conditions that exist. And here in
this country, it has been my own
observation that when you get
into a conversation on racism
and discrimination and
segregation, you will find young
people more incensed over it -
they feel more filled with an urge
to eliminate it."
Counter
By Any Means
Necessary...

"We declare our right
on this earth...to be a
human being, to be
respected as a
human being, to be
given the rights of a
human being in this
society, on this earth,
in this day, which we
intend to bring into
existence by any
means necessary."

Malcolm X
Black Man
must do
for Self!
The Republic of New Afrika flag
El-Hajj Malik El Shabazz
High Flying Rockets Getting Ready to Blast Off
Malcolm X Day - Atlanta
Malcolm X Day - Atlanta
Dancing
Baba Baruti, Bro, Kalongi, Prof Griff
Youths with High Flying Rockets
Drum Session
Sisters
Malcolm X - Born May 25th, 1925
Malik Kalom & Emanuel Faces
Mike Chambers, Ktu, Malik
Pics: Malcolm X Day,
Atlanta, Georgia - May
26-27th, 2012: