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CHOKWE LUMUMBA:HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST, FOUNDING MEMBER OF THE MALCOLM X GRASS ROOTS MOVEMENT, ATTORNEY FOR THE PEOPLE, & VICE CHAIR OF THE REPUBLIC OF NEW AFRIKA (RNA).
Tune In To The Lotus Place Special Broadcast As We Celebrate The Life of Freedom Fighter ~Chokwe Lumumba
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Tonight we honor Freedom Fighter Chokwe Lumumba Mayor of Jackson, Mississippi, Attorney for the People. He suddenly died from cardiac arrest on Tuesday, February, 25, 2014.
He was DEEP in the movement, LOVED in the movement, and will be MISSED in the movement.
Lumumba received his instructions from the people because he believed the people should become more involved & informed in the fight for human rights and economic development. Never one to retreat from a fight, Lumumba served as the attorney for Assata Shukur, Tu Pac Shukur, radical Black activist Hayward Brown, indigent clients in Detroit, Attorney Alton Maddox & was known to have valiantly confronted the Ku Klux Klan in Michigan and Mississippi.
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National Chairman Hashim Nzniga welcomes at 10:30 - International Conference of Black Mayors Vanessa Williams , Attorney Malik Zulu Shabazz , Attorney Mwalui Davis , And Professor Akinyele Umoja . ALSO Deputy National Minister of Defense Hakeem Muhammad, National Field Marshal King Samir Shabazz , National Minister of Information Amirah Sankofa We Pay tribute to the Boldest Mayor in America who passed recently Chokwe Lumumba
NCWCC News & Talk and Atlanta Mix Radio will cover the next 30 days the life of Mayor Chokwe Lumumba, of Jackson Misssissippi. He died Tuesday at age 66 , His life and passion to seek human rights for all people has moved a new generation into hope. Executive Producer/Host Kareema Ali will be interviewing citizens, politicians , business people and staff. Call in each day @ 5pm (347) 215-9789.. email email@example.com “One City, One Aim, One Destiny”,
" I believe and understand that we are bound together. We must all comprehend this fact. When we say one city, we say it for a reason because we have a common aim which is prosperity and security for everyone in the city.We are going to lead Mississippi from the worst to the first!.... That is our destiny."
Mr. Lumumba a prominent lawyer and human rights activist who persuaded voters here to accept a sales tax to fix crumbling roads and dated water and sewer systems, City officials said Mr. Lumumba died at St. Dominic Hospital. A cause of death was not immediately clear, though the City Council president, Charles Tillman, who was sworn in as acting mayor, said he met Monday with Mr. Lumumba, who had a cold. “He kind of joked around about it,” Mr. Tillman said.
National Chief of Staff Min. Hashim A. Nzinga , and The Director of The MYM, interviews Executive Director and CEO of The National Conference of Black Mayors, Dr. Vanessa R.Williams and Newly elected Mayor of Jackson Mississippi The Honorable Attorney Chokwe Lumumba, and we will get a up date from the Convener of the MYM, Warrior Attorney Malik Zulu Shabazz. And as always co hosted the NBPP,National Spokesman Bro.Chawn Kweli... for more information go to http://www.millionyouthmarch2013.com/ or tune in at Blog Talk Radio (NBPP BLACK POWER RADIO) and call in and asks your question at 646-478-4447 from 8pm to 10pm est time
Tonight, August 3, 2014, 11:30pm - 1:00am, we will release pre-finding and current findings on our investigation of the Assassination of Mayor Chokwe Lumumba, Jackson Mississippi. Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere,
NBPP, Black Nationalist Network News - Bridgette Anderson Reporting, July 30, 2014. Wha did Chokwe Lumumba Know? Why was Chokwe Lumumba a threat?
If you think that America's white missionaries are throughout to let Africans live long and prosper, You are dead wrong. The only interest the white man has in Africa is economical interest and control. Its the same everywhere he has stationed himself. Ebola was created to decrease the black population around the globe. Same as syphilis and cancer which was created to do the same but backfired. This chemical and biological warfare. This is called cold war.
Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere
The So called conscious community is mute on the assassination of chokwe lumumba, Malcolm Shabazz, and others
My question is why? How can our black leaders be mulled down without response from the strong in our community - The New Black Panther Party lanches a people's investigation into the assassinations of our strong leadership.
This week on the Empowerment Hour Online University we welcome back World-renowned attorney and Jackson, MS. Councilman, Chokwe Lumumba.
Mr. Lumumba was the attorney for the Scott Sisters during the first appeal of their life sentence. He will be updating us on this tragic case that is gaining national media attention along with discussing some of the issues affecting people of color in the City of Jackson, the State of Mississippi, and throughout the country.
We are honored to have Chokwe Lumumba back on the Empowerment Hour this week
Please join us for this powerful episode
Lumumba has worked to defend the rights of African American activists and communities. He has educated and organized student activists throughout the Midwest and the South and persuaded universities to attract and cultivate people of color. He has been on the frontline of protecting African American communities from drug trafficking and gang violence. He has opposed rights violations by local, state, and national law enforcement and intelligence agencies and vigilante groups; he has confronted the Ku Klux Klan in Michigan and Mississippi.
Lumumba became an advocate for the protection of Black communities, following attacks by local police and vigilante groups. Rather than harassing the so-called “radical leadership”, special units of the Detroit police, had begun targeting the African American community for “pre-emptive action”.
Lumumba confronted these abuses with community patrols against violence and drug dealing and an urban scout program for young people to protect themselves against gang and racial attacks. He created the Malcolm X Center to educate and train young Black activists. He established Africa-centric schools to teach the dismantling of racism and sexism and inspire Black pride. He challenged the excessive rates for heat and electricity being charged residents of poor neighborhoods.