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Baba Mosi
The WOODSON
BANNEKER
JACKSON-BEY
Division 330
UNIA-ACL
P.O. BOX 64038
Washington DC
USA
CBPM's 870th Member

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THE MISSION FOR AFRICAN PEOPLE
In the early 20th century, the Right Excellent Honorable Marcus
Mosiah Garvey had a mission to liberate African people
worldwide.  He worked to accomplish his mission by organizing
the UNIVERSAL NEGRO IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION and
AFRICAN COMMUNITIES LEAGUE (UNIA-ACL) which at its
peak had over six million members worldwide.  The UNIA-ACL
established successful factories, businesses, educational
institutions, international news publications and social programs
while promoting love and race pride among people of African
descent.
Because of the popularity of this great association, the U.S.
Government waged a vicious attack against Marcus Garvey and the
UNIA-ACL.  Now, there is a great resurgence of interest in continuing
the mission of this great association and its founder.
For the African people and African descendants throughout the
African diaspora to reach their greatest potential, the UNIA-ACL is
calling for all african people to focus on the re-establishment of
institutions that suport the unification and liberation of  all African
people because if one of us is chained, none of us is free.
YOUTH/CHILDREN
Many of our youth do not have the proper guidance they need to grow and develop
in positive ways.  The youth are our future: therefore, we must set positive
examples by taking an active role in their lives and by establishing and
strengthening community institutions.  
We need millions more mentors for our youth.
We need millions more African/Black families to foster or adopt orphaned or
neglected black children.
We need a million more institutions  and projects to serve our youth.
We need millions more youth to be uplifted from poverty, hunger, violence and
abuse.
We need millions more high school, college and vocational school graduates
who are committed to the social and  economic elevation of African people.
Solution:  African/African descendant/black social, religious, spiritual, and
business institutions need to embrace an African centered approach to assist
orphaned, foster care or other needy children through mentoring and rights of
passage programs, meal programs, social services and other economic and
educational assistance.
FAMILIES
The black family is in crisis because we have lost sight of our African values.  We
need to re-establish the institution of the African family by reclaiming our African
value system.
We need millions more parents to be conscious nurturing parents.
We need millions more men to more supportive to their children and familial
relationships.
We need to stop the millions of cases of inexcusable conflict inflicted rapes and
abuse of  African women and children.
We need millions more men in protective stance demanding respect and
equality  for our women and children.
Solution:  Black social and spiritual institutions need to create family development
programs that address the following - parenting skill development; family crisis
intervention; and black men and women support groups.
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
We demand that institutions that educate our children provide them with a
superior education and equip our youth with the skills required for nation building.
We need a million more schools of all disciplines that will produce millions more
scientists, physicians, nurses, teachers, skilled craftsmen and engineers.
We need millions more African-centered libraries and schools fully equipped with
computers, books, educational materials and school supplies.
The African diaspora and especially the African continent  need more science and
math books for all levels of education.
We need  million more of our educational institutions to develop Pan-African
exchange programs.
Solution:  The UNIA-ACL believes that we should demand an African-centered
curriculum in all schools and when necessary create our own educational
institutions.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
The global widening disparity of wealth between the industrially developed and
under developed nations coupled with continuing discrimination against black
and indigenous people, historically the victims of brutal European colonial
aggression, continues to suppress the ambitions of black people everywhere. No
where is the disparity more apparent than on the continent of Africa where the
wealth derived from industrial raw materials, mineral and energy resources and
the means of production continues to elude the masses of people. We must
realize the importance of consolidating our efforts to regain what is rightfully ours
and combining our buying power to redeem universal recognition of our
economic power. In many communities this may simply mean spending our
earnings within our communities and consciously supporting black owned
businesses.
We need a million more farmers to farm millions more acres of land to feed
African people on a worldwide basis.
We need a million more responsible black-owned businesses including media
and we need millions more supporters of these businesses.
We need a million more factories to process our raw materials.
We need millions more miles of  highways and railways especially on the African
continent to transport industrial and agricultural products created by African
owned and controlled enterprises.
We need more BLACK STAR airlines, merchant ships and land transport
systems to consummate our global trading network.
Solution:  The UNIA-ACL supports African economic empowerment: the means of
production should be in the hands of  of african people.  Collective action must be
taken by our people at all levels to create businesses, factories, and agricultural
undertakings.  Examples of black collective action include Black Star Senegalese
Homegoing project; REACH program in Alabama; Songhai Project in Benin;
Brother Mowata in Durham, NC; Black Agricultural Economic Program by the
UNIA-ACL. To continue to implement similar projects we need to form planning
committee, investment funds and clubs that harness our educated and skilled
forces in business, financial and manufacturing sectors  worldwide.
HEALTH
Black people often lack access to proper medical and/or health carewhich can
lead to a poor quality of life and a shortened life span.  We must help our people
to become more conscientious about nutrition and better informed about
preventive measures that lead to good health.
We need a million people to be more responsible for keeping our neighborhoods
clean.
We need a million more public sources of clean water in our communities around
the world.
We need millions more lives saved from diseases such as AIDS, malaria,
diabetes, cancer, hypertension, schistosomiasis and other deadly diseases.
Solution:  Organize a group of civil engineers; public waste management officials
and physicians to deal with these problems. We must develop programs
informing communities of the risk factors and behaviors that bring on these
diseases, such as cigarettes, high fat diet, alcohol and drug abuse.  Black
institutions need to incorporateexercise and fitness programs in their respective
communities.
POLITICAL ACTION
Our ability to uplift our communities has been weakened by our lack of  high level
participation in the political processes that affect our everyday lives. We have often
been betrayed by politicians we put in office to represent us and find solutions to
problems that afflict our communities.  We are often victims of political and
financial machinations that turn our communities into real estate battlefields, drug
turf warzones and environmental cesspools.  We feel a sense of powerlessness
to take action to ensure our voices are heard locally, nationally and internationally.
We must realize that we have the power, strenght and determination to move
beyond today and create and maintain strong, lasting institutions.
We need millions more of our brothers and sisters to unite socially, economically,
culturally and politically regardless of religion, language, or culture.
We need millions more to support reparations movements all over the globe.
We need to free millions more political prisoners and prisoners of war that have
been unjustly incarcerated in prisons all over the world.
We need millions more to support the exoneration of Marcus Mosiah Garvey.
We need millions more to join the UNIA-ACL and other black nationalist
organizations around the world.
We need the restoration of voting rights to millions of black people who were
brazenly disenfranchised by false pretense.
Solution:  Africans at home or abroad must create international organizations and
agencies and make our own decisions in order to solve our own problems.  we
can solve our own problems by the proper distribution of our collective wealth.  
with the control of our wealth, we will be in the position to also demand justice,
fair treatment under the laws of the governments within our respective
communities and fair and equal distribution of government services.  The
UNIA-ACL and other organizations need to implement international programs to
inform our people about the importance of political action, locally, nationally and
internationally.  Organize neighborhoods to get residents interested in the
activities and decision making process of their local government.
ONE GOD! ONE AIM! ONE DESTINY!
Woodson Banneker Jackson-Bey
Woodson               Banneker       Jackson-Bey
The
WOODSON-BANNEKER
-JAC
KSON-BEY
Division 330  UNIA-ACL
is a division of the parent
body UNIVERSAL NEGRO
IMPROVEMENT
ASSOCIATION and
AFRICAN COMMUNITIES
LEAGUE (UNIA-ACL of the
World) founded by the
Honorable Marcus Mosiah
Garvey with present
international headquarters
located at 1609 - 1611
Cecil B. Moore Avenue,
Philadelphia, PA 19121.
Since receiving its charter
in 1980, Division 330 has
been the premier
vanguard body promoting
the philosophy of the
Honorable Marcus Mosiah
Garvey in the
Washington, DC
metropolitan area.
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Mahala Corporation - Bed and
Breakfast
Mahdi Creations - Fine Arts
Marcus Garvey Exoneration
Marcus Garvey Pan-Afrikan
University
Mattie Childs Apartment & Home
Listings
Moanbessa Electrical
Modern Manna - Personal/Hair
Care
Mothers of the Earth Soul Yoga
Mountain Movers Worldwide -
Financial Ser.
Moving to Zion - Voice of Him
MP1 - Event Management /  
Project Coordination
Mute Testament - Art
NAARI Housing Counseling
Agency
Nabru Enterprise - Cultural
Nation Time Fashion
National Healthcare Ministries
Natural Mystic Herbs
NCobra - Reparations Now
Negroid Land Products - African
Products
New Black Panther Party (NBPP)
New CBPM Economic Plan
Ngozi Works - Jewelry
Nu Brand Inc. - Hip Hop,
Reggae, Football
Nubian Queendom - Goddess
Energy
Okpara - Fine Art
Obsidia Inc. - Precious Metals
One Africa - Health Resort, Rest,
& Wellness Ct.
One Stop Shop - Bags, Purse, &
Jewelry
Opinium Records
Organic Roots Café - Live Food
Organo Gold Coffee
Our Daily Bread  - Caribbean
Restaurant
Out For Justice - Fair Justice
Outlaw Radeo7 - Hip Hop &
Reggae
OverGround RR -
Communications Network
P'Umoja Brotherhood Inc. -
NIM-MIN
PADU - Pan African Diaspora
Union
Pan-African News & Information
Service
Pan Afrikan Struggle Inherited
PEP Talk!
Per Ankh Khemniversity Institute
Petition to Resist Africom
Precious Gems Home Day Care
Poetic Privilege - Hip Hop and
more
Problem Solvers Unlimited
(PSU)
Professional Assistance
Project SOAR - Civic & Civil
Rights
Prolific Screen Printing
PZP Paintings - Acrylic Paintings
R & R Errand Service
Ra the Repatriate - Migrating
Culture
Race Justice
Raccoon Hogg Community
Development
RaggaMuffin Original - Food,
Clothing, & Shelter
Rankin Media - Reggae
Ras Clay I - Away from Africa
Ras KenTon Aten - Music is life
Ras Marvin - Universal African
Nationalism
RBG WW1 Nation
Red Black and Green Flags
Reishis Reggae Dub Music
RESCOD Ghana - Village Project
Restore Your Own Health
Revolutionary Thought Network
Riding the Jewell (Retail)
Right Touch Massage
Rise to Nobility - Management
Co.
Rivers of Living Waters Academy
RoyalFam Records - Dr. Vegan
Royal Inheritance - Network
Marketing
Royalty - Lini Songs
Ruff Life Films
SADA - Sons and Daughters of
Africa
Sadiki Cleaning Services
Sankofa Youth Culture Camp
Select Effects Conglomerate
Seventh Son - Writer
Shabazz Photos
Shea Essentials -Bath & Body
Products
Shylas Children - Child Care
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1 Diamond Coaching, Inc -
Life/Spiritual Coach
10-10-50
A+ Tutoring
A Cut Above - Lawncare
A Different Touch - Special
Event Planing
Abasi's Stuff - Calendars,
Books and More
Abba Goel
Aboriginal Blim Blam - Vending
Afreeka Live - Reconnecting the
Black Family
Africa For the Africans - Tours to
Africa
Africa Prepare - Africa is on the
Move
African Child - Hardi Business
Center
African Community Center for
Unity and  
- Self-Determination -
Functional Unity
Afrikan Family Resurrection
Africon Blood Newsletter
Agape Auto Sales - Used Cars
Ahmadi Wellness Connection -
Health
Akachi - African Jewelry and
Leather Works
Akinade Wire Artist & Spiritual
Readings
Alpha Blacks - Singer, Jamaica
Apparal Ism Live - Art News,
Fashion, & Music
ASAP - A Safe Passage
Atlanta Division 421 -UNIA-ACL
AZ WaterFront Oasis - Vacation
Destination
Baba Soul and Divine - Health
and Wellness
Barack Obama for 2012
Basit - Good People Connect
Best Indep. Nation. -
Networking Ind. Bus.
Bethel Grace and Mercy - Non
Profit
Beyond Boundaries - Wealth
Building
B.I.G. Nel - Hip Hop
Bigg Belly Records - Record
Label
Black Busines Builders
Black Cross Nurses - Atlanta
Division 421
Black Diamond - Upliftment of
Minds
Black Kung Fu - Clothing
Black Nation Task Force
Black Phoenix Rising - Positive
Changes
Black Star Project Atlanta -
Father Initiative
Black Unity - Network
Black Unity - Page 2
Black Unity Movement
Blackhandz Entertainment -
Video Prod.
Blacklion - Reggae & Hip Hop
Music
Blast Off - Rockets, Kites, and
more...
Bomani Computer Services
Bottom Line Services -
Bookkeeping
Can We Talk - E Radio Show
Capital Commercial Group
Captain Black - Community
Security Protection
Carpet Masters
Cash Flo - Hip Hop
Cipher He Records -
Composition/Music
Concerned Dads - Father
Initiative
Congress of African People -
CAP
Conscious Africans Building
Cultural Dance - From Ghana
Culture Wear - Cultural Items
CMS Health Services -
Consulting
CNS Productions - Hip Hop
Culture
Creation Time - Health and
Beauty
D&D Elliott Enterprise, Inc -
Concrete Finishing
Daddy' s Pipes - Hand Carved
works
Diamondz N the Ruff -
Promotions
D'Jah Spa Inc. - Re-Unification
Church
Doc Rehab 2000 - Home Repair
Doing it God's Way - Media
Broadcasting
DuBMan
Ebinze's One Stop Shop -
Spirituality
Eden Fresh  - Natural Black
Products
Eclecticenvi - Clothes Design
Ecollective Styles - Unity
Educated Investments
Educational Management
Associates
Efren Diamond - Reggae DJ
Ehoody - Street Prophets
Elihu - Face it wise Production
Elite Barber and Hair
Empress Travel
ESP Enterprises, Inc. -
Management & Dev.
Etaylor Group - Networkers
Ethiopian World Federation
(EWF)
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