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Greetings All:
I want to take this opportunity to acknowledge all of you who have
supported Blackness over several campaigns fought here in New
Orleans. It is because of the commitment you have shown I feel
comfortable inviting you to an organizational meeting for the New
Orleans chapter of the United Negro Improvement Association
(UNIA-ACL), the organization founded and led by the Honorable
Marcus Mosiah Garvey.

The ninth and current President -General of the UNIA-ACL, Senghor Jawara
Baye, has strengthened the organization to allow for Brother Kojo Livingston to
restructure the southern states into another sound and viable region of the
organization whose strongest chapters were in Louisiana.  

I trust you will make plans to attend and support the countries strongest and
longest international Black Network of Cultural and Economic production
engines ever organized in America.

The meeting is scheduled for this Thursday, May 31, at 6:30PM Christian Unity
B.C. 1700 Conti Street at the corner of N. Claiborne Avenue, first floor. See you
there.

Strength and Commitment,
W.C.
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MEETING OF UNIA:
NEW ORLEANS
DIVISION 466
Did you know January 1st
was the customary day for
the celebration of
emancipation in New
Orleans? Though
Juneteenth has taken hold
nationally as the day upon
which freedom for African
Americans is celebrated,
varying sections of the
country have customarily
celebrated the date when
either freedom was made
known to its people or
whenever the death bell for
slavery was sounded. In
northeastern Mississippi, it
is the 8th of May in D.C. It is
the 16th of April, etc. The
celebration of
emancipation in New
Orleans was widely
observed until the late
1960s. The church
associations of the city
have always been the most
visible adherents to the
tradition. In 1913, the 50th
anniversary of
emancipation, a mass
parade was held down St.
Charles Avenue and Canal
Street to Elks Place. In
1918, over 500 returning
colored soldiers of World
War I participated in the
celebration. Over the years,
the New Orleans' leading
civic, religious, and
business leaders have
supported the celebration
of January 1st.
This wonderful history lesson
was provided by Jari Honora,
historian & genealogist. You
can learn more about the
Emancipation of New Orleans
at the Celebrating Freedom
Festival June 16 & 17, Congo
Square/Armstrong Park in
New Orleans!
The Newly Elected President Generals of the UNIA-ACL
The 11th Administration of the UNIA-ACL Government
The Honorable
President General
Michael Duncan

UNIA-ACL
International Headquarters
1609 - 1611 Cecil B. Moore Ave
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19121

President General:
Michael Duncan

Email:
faca.roschell@aol.com

Web:
www.cbpm.org/unia-acl