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REPUBLIC OF NEW AFRICA
1969 AFRICAN AMERICAN BLACK NATIONALIST REPUBLIC OF NEW AFRICA WORK BOOK RARE
SELF, 1969. AN EXTREMELY RARE IN AIR CONDITION LEGISLATIVE WORK BOOK FOR THE REPUBLIC OF NEW AFRICA SECOND CONVENTION NATIONAL COUNCIL OF REPRESENTATIVES DETROIT, MICHIGAN 28,29,30, MARCH 1969. 8 1/2 X 11 INCHES WONDERFUL COVER AND BACK COVER. The Republic of New Africa (RNA) is a black nationalist organization that was created in 1969 on the premise that an independent black republic should be created out of the southern United States of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana, which were considered "subjugated lands." The group's manifesto demanded the United States government pay $400 billion in reparations for the injustices of slavery and segregation. It also argued that African-Americans should be allowed to vote on self-determination, as that opportunity was not provided at the end of slavery when the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution incorporated African-Americans into the United States. The economy of the RNA was to be organized based on ujamaa, Tanzania's model of cooperative economics and community self-sufficiency. Citizens of the proposed RNA would have limited political rights, unions would be discouraged, freedom of the press would be curtailed, men would be forced to serve in the military, and polygamy would be allowed. Two brothers, Milton and Richard Henry, who were associates of Malcolm X, formed an organization called the Malcolm X Society, which was devoted to the creation of an independent black nation within the United States. Milton and Richard subsequently changed their names to Gaidi Obadele and Imari Abubakari Obadele, r … [Click Below for Full Description]
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