The Kwanzaa Accord 2020 &
Sankofa Renaissance 2063
Sankofa: "It is not wrong to go back for that which you have
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20140618 Friends of the African Union Pre-Juneteenth Conference Call Kwanzaa Accord 2020 Sankofa Renaissance 2063 with Andrew Williams Jr and Yao Khepra Felix Wilson:

Andrew Williams Jr
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Kwanzaa Accord 2020 and Sankofa Renaissance 2063.BCCCC

  1. 1. The Kwanzaa Accord 2020 & Sankofa Renaissance 2063 Sankofa: "It is not wrong to go back for that which you have forgotten." .Sankofa teaches us that we must go back to our roots in order to move forward. Similarly, the Washington, D.C. National Museum of African American History and Culture celebrates Sankofa as a spiritual companion guiding our epic journey inspiring cultural memory The Sankofa Passage in Leimert Park links all Diasporans to African traditions that reconnect the family, transcending language and location, to commemorate the trials and survival of our Maafa (holocaust) through the Middle Passage from the Cradle of Humankind in Africa. Kwanzaa was developed 1966 – 1967 to “give Blacks an opportunity to celebrate themselves and their history, rather than simply imitate the practice of the dominant society. The first Africans brought to America came from the area of the Kwanzaa River in Angola and the name derives from the Swahili phrase matunda ya kwanza, meaning "first fruits of the harvest. The Kwanzaa Accord elevates the survival culture of the plantations to a transformational experience that celebrates our solidarity, creativity and happiness to be together The Kwanzaa Accord 2013-2020,is the inaugural 7 year campaign of the a new social contract on the frontline of the global pursuit of happiness. envisioning worldwide celebration of the Kwanzaa Principals 7 days a week, Sunday through Saturday, aligning with the African Union’s Agenda 2063 among all peoples of African Descent, regardless of citizenship, language or race. "AJ Ambassadors" represent "Unity in the Community World Vibe, Fighting With Peace and Not For It" based on the Bermuda Gombey cultural mosaic of European, Indigenous Tribes and Africa, tracing its heritage back to Ghana Africa and invite all the world to recognize and celebrate our "one ness". The Black Caucus of California Community Colleges which is open to membership from students at all students and alumni from institutions throughout the state (including Charles Drew Medical University, the only Historically Black University (HBCU) west of the Mississippi) adapted the Kwanzaa Accord 2013-2020 and Ambassador AJ Gombey as mascot. Five Points Youth Foundation provides the 501c3 framework to empower all community stakeholders with entrepreneurial, educational and vocational curriculum, training and resources locally, nationally and globally through Global Partnerships for Development, in compliance with the United Nations’ Global Compact to champion the Sankofa Renaissance 2063 and celebrate unity in the global community. For information, contact Andrew Williams Jr. * +1-888-895-5098 *