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Sunday, February 07, 2010

Our Ancestors!


"He who tells the truth is never wrong." African Proverb


Shem Hotep ("I go in peace").


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"For man to know himself is for him to feel that for him there is no human master. For him Nature is his servant, and whatsoever he wills in Nature, that shall be his reward. If he wills to be a pigmy, a serf or a slave, that shall he be. If he wills to be a real man in possession of the things common to man, then he shall be his own sovereign. When man fails to grasp his authority he sinks to the level of the lower animals, and whatsoever the real man bids him do, even as if it were of the lower animals, that much shall he do. If he says "go." He goes. If he says "come," he comes. By this command he performs the functions of life even as by a similar command the mule, the horse, the cow performs the will of their masters. For the last four hundred years the Negro has been in the position of being commanded even as the lower animals are controlled. Our race has been without a will; without a purpose of its own, for all this length of time.

Because of that we have developed few men who are able to understand the strenuousness of the age in which we live. Where can we find in this race of ours real men? Men of character, men of purpose, men of confidence, men of faith, men who really know themselves? I have come across so many weaklings who profess to be leaders, and in the test I have found them but the slaves of a nobler class. They perform the will of their masters without question. To me, a man has no master but God. Man in his authority is a sovereign lord. As for the individual man, so of the individual race. This feeling makes man so courageous, so bold, as to make it impossible for his brother to intrude upon his rights.

So few of us can understand what it takes to make a man - the man who will never say die; the man who will never give up; the man who will never depend upon others to do for him what he ought to do for himself; the man who will not blame God, who will not blame Nature, who will not blame Fate for his condition; but the man who will go out and make conditions to suit himself. Oh, how disgusting life becomes when on every hand you hear people (who bear your image, who bear your resemblance) telling you that they cannot make it, that Fate is against them, that they cannot get a chance. If 400,000,000 Negroes can only get to know themselves, to know that in them is a sovereign power, is an authority that is absolute, then in the next twenty-four hours we would have a new race, we would have a nation, an empire, - resurrected, not from the will of others to see us rise, - but from our own determination to rise, irrespective of what the world thinks."
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Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Jr., 1887-1940

Our Ancestors!

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"I've outdone anyone you can name - Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Strauss. Irving Berlin, he wrote 1,001 tunes. I wrote 5,500. I taught them everything they know, but not everything I know. Say It Loud] I'm Black and I'm Proud"
James Joseph Brown 1933-2006, commonly referred to as "The Godfather of Soul"

"Thanksgiving Day literally is a holiday celebrating the beginnings of the almost total extermination of an entire race of people, commonly called "Indians" and the enslavement, continued oppression and genocide of the African, by European settlers. For over 100 years now Black folks in the United States have joined with the descendants of the same European murders who enslaved them and systematically all but destroyed the Amer-Indian, in feasting and giving thanks to God for the "opportunity" to live in one of the most racist, imperialist, and oppressive countries on earth."
Dr. Ishakamusa Barashango 1938-2004

It was Duse Muhammad Ali, who influenced Marcus Garvey`s Ideas about returning Africa to it’s rightful owners and the Black, Green and Red Flag. Another influence on Garvey can be seen in the Garvey motto One God, One Aim, One Destiny aspect.
"The American Negro must remake his past in order to make his future. History must restore what slavery took away." Arthur Schomburg 1874-1938

"Remember me as one who tried to be fair" Harold Washington was the first and only African-American mayor of Chicago. 1922-1987

"The drums of Africa still beat in my heart. They will not let me rest while there is a single Negro boy or girl without a chance to prove his worth." Mary McLeod Bethune 1875-1955

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"Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom. Fear of something is at the root of hate for others, and hate within will eventually destroy the hater."
George Washington Carver 1864-1943

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"There are so many of our people who fail to realize their responsibility, who fails to hear the inspiring call of the past and the prophetic call of the future." Edward Wilmot Blyden 1832-1912

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"But what of black women? I most sincerely doubt if any other race of women could have brought its fineness up through so devilish a fire."
W. E. B. Du Bois 1868-1963

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"I am sick and tired of being sick and tired." Fannie Lou Hamer 1917-1977

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"Freedom is a hard-bought thing and millions are in chains, but they strain toward the new day drawing near." Paul Robeson 1898-1976

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"Once life enter doors, death no return. There’s a party at the crossroads... This is protected, by the red, the black, and the green with a KEY, on the road again, SISSYYYYYYY! “Lumumba "Professor X" Carson 1956-2006

"And you say Marxists don't have style!" Machel Samors president of Mozambique 1933-1986

"It's nice being young, but it's nothing I could maintain over a long period of time" Cindy Smallwood

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It's been a struggle for me because I had a chance to be white and refused? Richard Pryor 1940-2005
"Each person must live their life as a model for others." Rosa Parks 1913-2005

"It is a crime that we are promoting these kinds of messages. The whole gangster rap industry is drug-driven, race-driven, and greed-driven." Dr. C. Delores Tucker 1927-2005

"Failure is a word that I simply don’t accept" John H. Johnson 1918-2005

"I'd like to be remembered as a premier singer of songs, not just a popular act of a given period" Luther Vandross 1951-2005

"If it doesn’t fit, you must acquit," Johnnie Cochran 1937-2005

"Those who know won’t tell; and those who tell don’t know."
Ossie Davis 1917-2005

"Tremendous amounts of talent are being lost to our society just because that talent wears a skirt" Shirley Chisholm 1924-2005

"Any word that can be used so ambiguously as Negro should be discarded, since, for descriptive purposes, it is totally devoid of meaning." John G. Jackson 1907-1993

“It is frightening that one person through so-called freedom of speech can cause such damage that he nearly sets two worlds up against each other. There are limits for what expressions are acceptable, also in a democracy. This is a case for the police; it cannot be solved by the masses.”
Khallid Abdul Muhammad 1948–2001

"That is enough to make a Negro turn black" Lutrelle F. Palmer 1922-2004

"You can kill a revolutionary but you can never kill the revolution"
Fred Hampton 1948-1969

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"It is knowledge of self that the so-called Negroes lack which keeps them from enjoying freedom, justice and equality. This belongs to them divinely as much as it does to other nations of the earth."
The Honorable Elijah Muhammad 1897-1975

"The gifts of God should be enjoyed by all citizens in Mississippi."
Medgar Evers 1925-1963

"If you want peace then you must struggle for social justice." Chris Hani 1942-1993

“If you enter this world knowing you are loved and you leave this world knowing the same, then everything that happens in between can be dealt with.” Michael Jackson 1958–2009

"The only thing that white people have that black people need, or should want, is power-and no one holds power forever."
James Baldwin 1924-1987

"Freedom is never given; it is won" A. Philip Randolph 1898-1979

"All my skin folk ain't my kinfolk." Zora Neale Hurston 1891-1960

"If a race has no history, if it has no worthwhile tradition, it becomes a negligible factor in the thought of the world, and it stands in danger of being exterminated." Dr. Carter G. Woodson 1875-1950

"This leads one to ask, how can a group of people who claim to be acting in accordance with the will of God participate in a system as terrible as the slave trade?" Chancellor Williams 1898-1992

"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character." Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 1929-1968

"This Fourth of July is yours, not mine. You may rejoice, I must mourn." Frederick Douglas.1818-1895

"One man cannot hold another man down in the ditch without remaining down in the ditch with him." Booker T. Washington 1856-1915

"It will take you fifty years to find out what I brought you, and if you aren’t careful, fifty years after I’m gone you won’t know that I have been here" Noble Drew Ali 1886-1928

"If some body told me I had only one hour to live I’d spend it choking
A white man. I’d do it nice and slow” Miles Davis 1926-1991

"Americans tend to think of Africa’s current wars as remote and irrelevant to our interests, that in fact Americans have been centrally involved in events that set the stage for these wars." President Patrice Lumumba 1925-1961

"How good and how pleasant it would be Before God and man, yeah to see the unification of all Africans" Bob Marley 1945-1981

"Outside the kingdom of the Lord thee is no nation which is greater than any other. God and history will remember your judgment." Emperor Haile Selassie 1892-1975

"Don’t let your dreams be dreams." The world’s first African American heavyweight champion Jack Johnson 1878-1946

"I'm not concerned with your liking or disliking me... All I ask is that you respect me as a human being."
Jackie Robinson 1919-1972

“Don't slip into the traps, and don't forget about your 'hood, the kids in the 'hood. Remember, you're disposable, so take advantage while you can.”
Isaac Haynes 1942-2008

"I am anti-white. I don’t limit my "anti" to just one group of people." Sonny Carson 1936-2002

"I don’t want no peace; I need equal rights and justice." Peter Tosh 1944-1987

"We went in every day about nine o’clock with our books wrapped in paper to prevent the police or white people from seeing them"
Susie King Taylor 1848-1865

"An African literature that flatters condescending Western ears, in which Africans prove, by means of negritude and black personality rhetoric, that they are "intelligent human beings" who once had respectable civilizations that colonialism destroyed". Dr. Jacob H. Carruthers 1930-2004

"Everybody wants to go to heaven, but nobody wants to die." Joe Louis 1914-1981

"I want you to know the purpose of K.A.U. It is the biggest purpose the African has. It involves every African in Kenya and it is their mouth piece which asks for freedom" Jomo Kenyatta 1889-1978

"Ethiopians, that is, Negroes, gave the world the first idea of right and wrong and thus laid the basis of religion and all true culture and civilization." Joel Augustus Rogers 1883-1966

"I freed a thousand slaves I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves." Harriet Tubman 1820-1913

"One had better die fighting against injustice than die like a dog or a rat in a trap." Ida B. Wells 1862-1931
"The events which transpired five thousand years ago; Five years ago or five minutes ago, have determined What will happen five minutes from now; five years from now or five thousand years from now? All history is a current event." Dr. John Henrik Clarke 1915-1998

"If you have no confidence in self you are twice defeated in the race of life. With confidence you have won even before you have started." Marcus Garvey 1887-1940

"It's been too hard living But I’m afraid to die I don’t know what’s up there beyond the sky It’s been a long, long time coming But I know a change gonna come Oh yes it will" Sam Cooke. 1931-1964

"Our religion teaches us to be intelligent. Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law, respect everyone; but if some one lays a hand on you, send him to the cemetery." Malcolm X 1925-1965

"My bones are tired. Not tired of struggling, but tired of oppression. Our purpose in life is to leave a legacy for our children and our children’s children. For this reason, we must correct history that at present denies our humanity and self-respect." Queen Mother Moore 1898-1997

"For centuries, Europeans dominated the African continent. The white man arrogated to himself the right to rule and to be obeyed by the non-white; his mission, he claimed, was to "civilize" Africa. Under this cloak, the Europeans robbed the continent of vast riches and inflicted unimaginable suffering on the African people." Kwame Nkrumah 1909-1972

"As Karl Marx said, those who live in a palace do not think about the same things, nor in the same way, as those who live in a hut" Thomas Sankara 1949-1987

"We know that one of the greatest crimes an individual can commit is that of being ungrateful" Kwame Ture 1941-1998

"The most potent weapon in the hands of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed." Steve Biko 1944-1977

"It is the mind that makes the body." Sojourner Truth 1797-1883

"There will be no prison which can hold our movement down" Huey P. Newton 1942-1989

“Life didn't promise to be wonderful.” Teddy Pendergrass 1950-2010
“That rat soup eatin', insecure, honky mutha fucka!”
Rudy Ray Moore AKA (Dolomite) 1927–2008

“Musicians have always educated people through music, you know even though now days a lot of music just talks about sex, women, and drugs. Music I think should be teaching and talking to people about important things in life.” Lucky Dube 1964- 2007

The Black Liberation Martyrs
(A Partial Listing)

Nameless thousands have resisted even unto death for the liberation of African people, beginning on the shores of the Mother continent itself and continuing through the Middle Passage, Slavery, Jim Crow, the Civil Rights Struggle, the Black Liberation Struggle, and the struggles of today. The fact that the names of many of those individuals are not known does not reduce the significance of their contribution to the struggle for Black Liberation. This compilation is an attempt to recognize and pay homage to those individuals who made the ultimate sacrifice for the liberation of Black/African people and should not be looked upon as discrediting the thousands, perhaps even millions of others that have also struggled for true freedom, justice, and equality. Our generation must now accept the torch that has been passed to us to guarantee our existence and our children's future. The Struggle Continues!

Zumbi dos Palmares (1655 - 1695)
Killed on November 20, 1695, in an ambush by Portuguese soldiers while conducting a guerilla campaign to maintain the independence of the Quilombo known as Palmares located in modern day Brazil. He was post-humously decapitated and his head impaled and placed on public display.
Camuanga dos Palmares (? - 1704)
Killed by Portuguese soldiers while leading a guerilla campaign to re-establish the independence of the Palmares Quilombo.
Gabriel Prosser (? - 1800)
Executed: October 7, 1800 by state of Virginia for plotting slave insurrection in Norfolk County.
Toussaint L'Ouverture (1743 - 1803)
Died due to complications related to imprisonment in a cold, mountain cell in France.
Denmark Vesey (1767 - 1822)
Executed: July 2, 1822 by state of South Carolina along with 34 other Blacks for plotting slave insurrection in Charleston.
Bob Ferebee (? - 1823)
Executed: July, 1823 by state of Virginia for leading slave insurrection in Norfolk County.
David Walker (1785 - 1830)
Died under mysterious circumstances in Boston shortly after the publication and circulation of his widely read "Walker's Appeal". Believed to be poisoned.
Jean Dessalines (? - 1806)
Assassinated: October 17, 1806 while functioning as the Revolutionary leader of Haiti.
John Brown (1800 - 1859)
Executed: October, 1859 for leading raid on Harper's Ferry in Virginia.
John Copeland (? - 1859)
Executed: December 16, 1859 for participating in raid on Harper's Ferry in Virginia.
Shields Green (? - 1859)
Executed: December 16, 1859 for participating in raid on Harper's Ferry in Virginia.
Nat Turner (1800 - 1831)
Executed: November 11, 1831 by state of Virginia for leading slave insurrection in Southampton County.
Sam Sharpe (1801 - 1832)
Executed: October 24, 1865 in Montego Bay, Jamaica by British colonialists.
Paul Bogle (1815 - 1865)
Executed: October 24, 1865 along with 438 supporters in Morant Bay, Jamaica by British colonialists.
Antonio Maceo CRP (1848 - 1896)
Killed in battle while fighting to liberate the island of Cuba from the Spanish colonialists.
Samoury Toure (? - 1900)
Died on June 2, 1900 while imprisoned in France.
Josina Machel [FRELIMO] (1945 - )
Killed while fighting the Portuguese Colonialists.
M'Balia Camara (? -1955 )
Murdered by agents of the French Government.
Dedan Kimathi (?-1957)
Leader Of Mau-Mau murdered by agents of the British Government
Felix Moumie [UPC] (? - 1960)
Poisoined: November 3, 1960 by French imperialist agents in Cameroon.
T. Hainyeko [PLAN] (? - 1967)
Killed on May 18, 1967 while fighting the South African government.
Arthur Glenn Carter [BPP] (1940 - 1968)
Assassinated: March, 1968 by government agents in Los Angeles.
Bobby "L'il Bobby" Hutton [BPP] (1950 - 1968)
Assassinated: April 6, 1968 by Oakland Police.
Steve Bartholemew [BPP] (1947 - 1968)
Assassinated: August 5, 1968 by Los Angeles Police.
Robert Lawrence [BPP] (1946 -1968)
Assassinated: August 5, 1968 by Los Angeles Police.
Tommy Lewis [BPP] (1950 - 1968)
Assassinated: August 5, 1968 by Los Angeles Police.
Welton "Butch" Armstead [BPP] (1951 - 1968)
Assassinated: October 5, 1968 by Seattle Police.
Sidney Miller [BPP] (1947 - 1968)
Assassinated: December 2, 1968 - Shot in the head at point blank range by a racist businessman in Seattle who was never charged for the crime.
Frank "Capt. Franco" Diggs [BPP] (1928 - 1968)
Assassinated: December 19, 1968 by unknown assailants in Los Angeles.
Alprentice "Bunchy" Carter [BPP] (1942 - 1969)
Killed: January 17, 1969 In Revolutionary Action.
John Huggins [BPP] (1946 - 1969)
Killed: January 17, 1969 In Revolutionary Action .
Eduardo Mondlane [FRELIMO] (? - 1969)
Assassinated: February, 1969 with a parcel bomb in Tanzania by Portuguese agents.
Alex Rackley [BPP] (1944 -1969)
Assassinated: 1969 in New Haven in an atmosphere of confusion engineered by the FBI's COINTELPRO campaign. Body was discovered May 21, 1969. Circumstances surrounding his death remains a controversy to date.
Sylvester Bell [BPP] (? - 1969)
Assassinated: May, 1969 in San Diego by members of the US organization apparently resulting from tensions engendered by the FBI's COINTELPRO campaign.
John Savage [BPP] (1948 - 1969)
Assassinated: May 23, 1969 in San Diego by members of the US organization apparently resulting from tensions engendered by the FBI's COINTELPRO campaign.
Larry Roberson [BPP] (1949 - 1969)
Assassinated: Died on September 4, 1969 from gunshot wounds sustained by Chicago Police on July 16, 1969.
Nathaniel Clark [BPP] (1950 - 1969)
Assassinated: September 12, 1969 as he slept by unknown assailants in Los Angeles.
Walter "Toure" Pope [BPP] (1949-1969)
Assassinated: October 18, 1969 by the Los Angeles Metro Squad.
Carlos Marighela (? - 1969)
Assassinated: November 4, 1969 in ambush by Brazilian police.
Spurgeon "Jake" Winters [BPP] (1950 - 1969)
Assassinated: November 13, 1969 by Chicago Police.
Mark Clark [BPP] (1947 - 1969)
Assassinated: December 4, 1969 While sleep in a pre-dawn raid in Chicago by the Special Prosecution Unit acting on behalf of the State Attorney Office.
Ron Black [BPP] (? - 1969)
Assassinated: April 5, 1969 - In Detroit.
Allah fka (Clarence "Puddin" Smith) [NGE] (1928-1969)
Assassinated: June 12, 1969- in the elevator of M.L.K. Towers on 112 St. In East Harlem
Eugene Anderson [BPP] (? - 1969)
Assassinated: October, 1969 - In Baltimore.
Sterling Jones [BPP] (1952 - 1969)
Assassinated: December 25, 1969 - Shot in the face at point blank range by an unknown assailant in Chicago.
Ralph Featherstone [SNCC] (? - 1970)
Assassinated: March 9, 1970 by a car bomb in Maryland outside of the court house where H. Rap Brown was to stand trial.
Che Payne [SNCC] (? - 1970)
Assassinated: March 9, 1970 by a car bomb in Maryland outside of the court house where where H. Rap Brown was to stand trial.
Larry Ward [BPP] (? - 1970)
Assassinated: May 15, 1970 - In Seattle.
Babatunde X Omowale [BPP] (1944 - 1970)
Assassinated: By Chicago Police who mutilated his body beyond recognition by placing it across railroad tracks. Fragments of his remains were found July 27, 1970.
Carl Hampton [PP] (? - 1970)
Assassinated: July 28, 1970 by Houston Police.
Jonathan Jackson [BPP] (1953 - 1970)
Assassinated: August 7, 1970 by San Quentin Prison Guards as he led an attempted prison break at Marin County Courthouse. single-handed, with a satchel full of handguns, an assault rifle and a shotgun hidden under his raincoat. To reporters gathering quickly outside the
courthouse, Jonathan shouted, "You can take our pictures. We are the

Fred Bennett [BPP, PA] (? - 1971)
Assassinated: Victim of fratricide orchestrated by COINTELPRO following the internal "split" of the Party. Fragments of what was reported to be his remains were found February, 1971.
Robert Webb [BPP] (1949 - 1971)
Assassinated: March 8, 1971 - Victim of FBI orchestrated fratricide following the internal "split" of the Party.
Samuel Napier [BPP] (? - 1971)
Assassinated: April 17, 1971 by unknown assailants in Queens.
George Jackson [BPP, PA] (1941 - 1971)
Assassinated: August 21, 1971 by San Quentin Prison Guards
after numerous failed attempts on his life, the State
finally succeeded in assassinating George Jackson, then Field Marshall of
the Black Panther Party, in what was described by prison officials as an
escape attempt in which Jackson allegedly smuggled a gun into San Quentin
in a wig. That feat was proven impossible, and evidence subsequently
suggested a setup designed by prison officials to eliminate Jackson once
and for all.

Sandra "Red" Pratt [BPP] (? - 1971)
Assassinated: November, 1971 in Los Angeles while visibly in her eighth month of pregnancy and stuffed in a garbage dumpster.
Jimmy Carr [BPP, PA] (? - 1972)
Assassinated: April 6, 1972 - In San Francisco.
Joseph "Joe-Dell" Waddell [BPP] (1951 - 1972)
Assassinated: June 13, 1972 by Central Prison Guards in Raleigh.
Cindy Smallwood [BPP] (1955 - 1973)
Died due to complications associated with car accident while conducting Party business in Oakland.
Zayd Malik Shakur [BPP, BLA] (? - 1973)
Assassinated: May 2, 1973 by New Jersey State Troopers on the New Jersey Turnpike.
Twymon Myers [BPP, BLA] (1952 -1973)
Assassinated: November, 1973 by agents of the FBI in Manhattan.
Rory Hithe [BPP, BLA] (? - 1973)
Assassinated: November 13, 1973 at a community meeting in San Francisco. His assailant was released only days following the assassination.
Amilcar Cabral [PAIGC] (? - 1973)
Assassinated: January, 1973 in Guinea by Portuguese agents.
Herbert Chitepo [ANC] (? - 1975)
Assassinated: March 17, 1975 in Zambia.
Mangaliso Sobukwe [PAC] (1924 - 1977)
Died of cancer shortly after release from prison at Robben Island in pro-apartheid South Africa. Believed to be exposed to carcinogens while in prison.
Fred Ahmed Evans (1928 - 1978)
Died of cancer while imprisoned in the Ohio State Penitentiary. Believed to be exposed to carcinogens while in prison.
Agostinho Neto [President - Angola] (1922 - 1979)
Died September 10, 1979 while serving as Angola's first President. Believed to be poisoned by Portuguese agents.
Walter Rodney [WPA] (1942 - 1980)
Assassinated: June 13, 1980 by a car bomb planted by agents of the CIA backed Guyana government.
Mtayari Shabaka Sundiata (? - 1981)
Killed on October 20, 1981 while attempting to expropriate funds from an armoured truck to finance underground Revolutionary activities.
Maurice Bishop [Prime Minister - Grenada] (1944 - 1983)
Executed: October 19, 1983 in a counter-revolutionary military coup led by forces loyal to Bernard Coard.
Jacqueline Creft [Member of Cabinet - Grenada] (1946 - 1983)
Executed: October 19, 1983 in a counter-revolutionary military coup led by forces loyal to Bernard Coard.
Fitzroy Bain [Member of Cabinet - Grenada] (1946 - 1983)
Executed: October 19, 1983 in a counter-revolutionary military coup led by forces loyal to Bernard Coard.
Norris Bain [Member of Cabinet - Grenada] (1946 - 1983)
Executed: October 19, 1983 in a counter-revolutionary military coup led by forces loyal to Bernard Coard.
Vincent Noel [Member of Cabinet - Grenada] (1946 - 1983)
Executed: October 19, 1983 in a counter-revolutionary military coup led by forces loyal to Bernard Coard.
Unison Whiteman [Member of Cabinet - Grenada] (1946 -1983)
Executed: October 19, 1983 in a counter-revolutionary military coup led by forces loyal to Bernard Coard.
Kuwasi Balagoon [BPP, BLA] (1946 - 1986)
Died while imprisoned due to complications associated with the AIDS virus. Believed to be exposed to the virus while serving prison term.

Ken Saro Wiwa, John Kpuinen, Barinem Kiobel, Baribor Bera, Daniel Gbokoo, Felix Nuate, Saturday Dobee, Paul Levura and Nordu Eawo [Ogoni Patriot] Murdered: November 10, 1995, by the corrupt Nigerian Government working in the interests of multinational oil companies
Dimitri Tsafendas died: October 1999 while in the pro-apartheid South African government's custody for the 1966 elimination of racist Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd
Rosie Douglas Prime Minister Of Dominica Assassinated October 2000 with poison from british agents
Khallid Abdul Muhammad [NBPP] February 2001 dies under mysterious circumstances in a North Georgia hospital

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