Anniversary of the “Red Black and Green”

August 13, 2020 will mark one hundred years since the adoption of the “Red Black and Green” as the Flag of Africans in the Diaspora. It marks the onset of a consciousness of who we are as a people. In addition, it defines our self-determination to be free and equal.  Throughout the remainder of the 20th Century “the Colors” were visible at almost every major event where Black People made a statement about identity and self-determination. Here we are, in the second decade of the 21st Century and once again there is a national call to re-assert our political self-determination and work with unity of purpose toward the single-minded goal of the preservation of our political presence on November 3, 2020 (General Election Day).  If you haven’t done so display the colors.  It is the one thing that clearly establishes who we are, and our intention.

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