|Universal Negro Improvement Association
and African Communities League (UNIA-ACL)
|UNIA-ACL DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BOOKS TO READ AND STUDY
FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 2011
1-The Green Book- Muammar Al Gadhafi
2-Marcus Garvey and the Vision of Africa- John Henrik Clarke/Amy Jacques
3-Capitalism and Slavery- Eric Williams
4-Neo-Colonialism- Kwame Nkrumah
5-Foundations of the Black Nation- Imari Obadele
6-Black Women In Antiquity- Ivan Van Sertima
7-The Prisoners Wife- Asha Bandele
8-Man,God, and Civilization- John G. Jackson
9-Nutricide- Llaila Afrika
10-Blueprint For Black Power-Amos Wilson
"We have the time when every minute, every second must count for
something done, something achieved in the cause of Africa"
|The UNIA-ACL has restored the land claim
involving the Estate of Sir Isaiah Morter, the
first Black millionaire of Belize who willed
over 500 acres of land to the UNIA back in
the 1920's. The will was contested and the
Supreme Court of London (Privy Council)
ruled in the favor of the UNIA. Due to the
legal problems of the Right Excellent Marcus
Mosiah Garvey the final possession of this
land was not finalized.
|Important developments from the 52nd Int
Convention: Enter here for Convention Pictures
1. African Redemption Fund (ARF) – Is a way for African People to
address our Sovereignty.
2. International Expatriate Movement (IEM) – Every race on the
planet have an Expatriate Program in which each country protects their
citizens where ever they go (dual citizenship).
3. The Exoneration of the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey
Committee Led by Brother Yaw from Los Angeles. Marcus Garvey and
the UNIA-ACL did nothing wrong. There has been exnerations issued by
government officials in New York, Philadelphia, Detroit, Florida, and
Connecticut. We need to continue this effort to have Marcus Garvey’s
name cleared in the US documents and history. More information is
available on this effort at www.marcusgarveyexoneration.com.
4. Black Cross Nurse - Re-Establishment of the Black Cross Nurses in
all Divisions. They provide services for our Elders in the community.
The Black Cross Nurse is also an Official Chartered Division of the UNIA-
ACL from Belize. They provide Social Services for our people.
5. 2014 is the 100th Anniversary of the UNIA-ACL. Look out for
Global Centennial celebrations.
6. UNIA-ACL Business – Each Division of the UNIA-ACL must have
Study Groups, Community newspaper, a Division Library, and After
School Program, and establish along with a building fund. In addition,
each Division of the UNIA-ACL gave reports.
7. Garvey's Voice – The Distribution of the Garvey Voice Magazines is
one of the most important means to educate our people.
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|The Universal Negro Improvement Association -
African Community Leagues (UNIA-ACL)
is coming to Georgia,
May 9th - 12th, 2009
Join a Division of UNIA-ACL, The Black
Government established by The Honorable Marcus
Mosiah Garvey in 1920.
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|UNIA-ACL 21st Century Garveyism
President General UNIA-ACL
December 1st, 2009
The Forming of the Universal Negro Improvement
Association - African Community Leagues
(UNIA-ACL) in Jamaica, West Indies, 1914. The
History of the UNIA-ACL in the United States...
|Dual Citizenship is a Human Right for Africans brought to the new world involuntary,
|Video Showing Historical and Legal Foundation for Dual Citizenship
Bridge to Africa
|Rita Marley, reggae artist and
humanitarian, and widow of Reggae icon
Bob Marley, sat in regal serenity at the
Caribbean American Heritage Awards
Gala in Washington, DC last week, giving
little inkling of the true fighter that she is.
For her passion and dedication to social
justice and equal rights, she was being
honored with the Marcus Garvey Lifetime
Achievement Award from the Institute of
Caribbean Studies. For Rita Marley - born
Alpharita Anderson in Santiago, Cuba,
raised in Trench Town, Jamaica and now
living in Ghana – there is a special
gratification to this honor.
|PerAnkhLIVE! Dr. David Horne on PADU June19.2011@9amEST
by PerAnkhLivein HistoryAirdate: Sun, Jun 19, 2011
|Pictures of the
UNIA-ACL 54th International Convention
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - August 17th -21st, 2011
|More 2011 Convention Pictures Here
|55th UNIA-ACL International Convention... Atlanta, Georgia... August 28th - September 1st, 2012
|The Mignon Inniss Ford
The grand daughter of
Rabbi J Arnold Ford the
author of the Ethiopian
Anthem of the UNIA-ACL,
|History has been made in the
West End of Atlanta, Georgia
|Pictures from the 55th International UNIA-ACL Convention in Atlanta Georgia with
the African Independence Day Parade on August 31st, 2012
|Citi Property Holdings, Inc.: Save the Marcus Garvey
Building home of Overcomers with Hope
Petition by Ayori Selassie, Oakland, CA
|10th UNIA-ACL President General:
Honorable Senghor Jawara Baye
Dr. Robert Brock
|Pictures - 58th Int'l UNIA-ACL Convention
Chicago, Illinois; Aug 19-23, 2015
|Amy A. Garvey
|The Newly Elected President Generals
of the UNIA-ACL The 11th Administration of the
1609 - 1611 Cecil B. Moore Ave
Hon. Michael Duncan
1st Assistant President-General
2nd Assistant President-General
3rd Assistant President-General
Basiymah Muhammad Bey
4th Assistant President-General
|Garvey's Voice Magazine
Get your copy Here
|The Twelve Districts of the USA, each overseen by a
Commissioner appointed by the President General. (Sec.
56, Article 3 of the General Laws of the UNIA-ACL)
|Dr. Robert Brock is the last person to travel on a
UNIA-ACL Government Passport in 1960's... Enter
|Every Sunday is UNIA-ACL Mass Meetings...
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|UNIA-ACL Global Government
|The Universal Negro Improvement Association - African
Communities League (UNIA-ACL) was Founded July 19th,1914
in Kingston Jamaica by the Honorable Marcus Garvey and the
Honorable Amy Ashwood Garvey.
The UNIA-ACL Global Government was founded by the
Honorable Marcus Garvey, 1st President General, and the
founding Parent Body on August 31st, 1920 for all Africans at
home and abroad, at the 1st Great World Convention of
Negroes in Harlem New York