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Section. Our station Arious Radio which we are still
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you are like us, this is the time of the year we all
travel. Many of you in our on-line community enjoy
attending many of the Caribbean Carnival and concerts that are
held around the country and in the Caribbean. Next week
you will be receiving an e-mail featuring Arious's New Travel
network. You will have the opportunity to search a large
database of travel specials. You will also be able to plan
your entire trip - Air, Hotel, Rental Car, and you will also be
able to search for short weekend getaways in your area. On
our travel page we will also be featuring travel packages to
many of our favorite events such as Orlando Caribbean Carnival
and Atlanta Caribbean Carnival which takes place at the end of
May, and to our favorite destination Miami for Miami Caribbean
Carnival/Ft. Lauderdale Caribbean Carnival which takes place in
October. Plus other exciting trips, packages and
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This week Susan celebrates and shares with
you the life and history of Stokely Carmichael. Read about
his dedication to the Civil Rights Movement and the "Black
Power" Movement. Feel free to obtain copies of his books via
the links Susan listed.
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Timeline of Historical Events
University was established. The African Methodist Episcopal Church
founded the first black school of higher learning. 1863:
Jan.1, Abraham Lincoln issued Emancipation Proclamation
declaring... That all persons held as slaves are, and hence-
forward shall be, free. 1865:
Documented Abolition of Slavery Amendment XIII to the US
Constitution. 1870: The first
Afro-American Senator, Hiram Revels takes oath of office.
1915: Dr. Carter Woodson
established the Assoc. for the Studies of Afro-American Life &
1926: "Negro History Week"
declared by Dr. Woodson.
established the United Negro College Fund.
Brown vs Board of Educ. in KS Supreme Court rules unanimously that
segregation in public schools is unconstitutional.
Dec. 1st Ms. Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat in the front
of a bus to a white person.
1963: Aug. 28th
approx. 250,000 people listened to Dr. Martin Luther King
deliver his famous-I have a Dream speech.
April Dr. King is shot and killed; April 11 Pres. Johnson signs
the Civil Rights Act of 68' prohibiting discrimination in the
sale, rental, and financing of housing.
1970: February is
declared "Black History Month".
1988: March 22nd
Congress passes the Civil Rights Restoration Act expanding the
reach of non- discrimination laws within private institutions
receiving federal funds.
1991: Pres. Bush signs the Civil
Rights Act of 1991 strengthening existing civil rights laws and
providing for damages in cases of intentional employment
Celebrating and acknowledging of our leaders, the inventions,
discoveries and accomplishments throughout history
Stokely Carmichael later renamed "Kwame
Ture" Civil Rights Activist, African-American Social Activist
and Prominent Leader of the "Black Power Movement"
Carmichael was born in Port of Spain Trinidad on June 29,
1941. At an early age his father moved his family to the
United States to New York City's Harlem Neighborhood. Later after
his family moved to the Bronx he was admitted to the Bronx High
School of Science (a school for gifted students). Mr.
Carmichael was in school in the Bronx in the early 1960s, which was
during the time the civil rights movement exploded into the
forefront of American Culture. During this time The Supreme
Court declared that school segregation (separating people based on
their race) was illegal. Also, during this time (in
Carmichael's senior year in high school) four (4) African American
freshmen from a school in North Carolina staged a famous sit-in, or
peaceful protest, (treating people differently based solely on their
race) at the white-only lunch counter in a department store.
The actions of these four (4) students mesmerized Mr. Carmichael and
he soon began participating in movements around New York
He graduated from the
"academically elite" Bronx Highs School of Science in
1960, and decided to study at the historically black Howard
University in Washington DC where he majored in philosophy. At
Howard University Mr. Carmichael became more deeply involved
in the civil rights movement. He participated with the
Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), and joined a local organization
called the Nonviolent Action Group who were connected with an
Atlanta-based civil rights organization (Student Nonviolent
Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and whenever he had free time Mr.
Carmichael would travel south to join the "Freedom
Riders" (an activist group that rode interstate buses in an
attempt to end segregation on buses and in bus terminals).
"Sit-Ins" and other demonstrations to challenge
He graduated from Howard
University and earned a
Bachelor of Science Degree in Philosophy in 1964. After
graduating he continued participating in sit-ins, picketing, and
voter registration drives throughout the South. In June
1966 he was elected the SNCC's National Chairman, which was the year
of the great march in Mississippi that was in support of James
Meredith who had been turned away from a court-ordered admission to
the University of Mississippi Law School. Here is where the
slogan "Black Power" was the rallying cry of the march and
Mr. Carmichael was its primary exponent. (This is where
the cry for "Black Power" began, and which became the most
popular slogan of the Civil Rights era.)
Carmichael was especially very active in Lowndes County, Alabama,
where he was field organizer and helped found the Lowndes County
Freedom Party (a political party that chose a black panther as its
symbol). It was during this time the Black Panther symbol was
first displayed which inspired Huey Newton and other California
activists to organize the Black Panther Party. Mr. Carmichael
worked very closely with the Panthers.
In 1967 Mr.
Carmichael coauthored with Charles V. Hamilton "Black Power,
the Politics of Liberation in America". where they linked
the struggle for African-American empowerment, or the process of
gaining political power in America to the end of imperialism
worldwide (the end of powerful countries forcing the authority on
weaker countries, especially those in Africa).
1968 he became the Prime Minister of the Black Panthers and served
for a brief time - he resigned from the post the following year
(rejecting Panther loyalty to white activists). Soon
thereafter Mr. Carmichael based himself in Washington DC and
continued to speak around the country.
Mr. Carmichael became interested in Pan-Africanism, and was a
serious student of the writings of the movement's leaders,
particularly those of the post-colonial heads of state, Julius
Nyerere of Tanzania, Guinea's Sekou Toure, and Kwame Nkrumah of
Due to his disenchantment with the Panthers
Mr. Carmichael moved to West Africa, and while residing in Africa he
changed his name to "Kwame Ture" to honor Kwame
Nkrumah, who led Ghana to independence from Britain, and Sekou Tore,
who was President of Guinea and his mentor. He had the
honor of working with both Sekou Toure and Kwame Nkrumah and served
time as Nkrumah's Secretary. His work with Nkrumah and Ture
led him to found the All-African People's Revolutionary
In 1968 Mr. Carmichael married the
great South African Singer Miriam Makeeba and they had a son "Bokar"
more than 30 years Kwame Ture led the All-African People's
Revolutionary Party and devoted the rest of his life to Pan-Africanism
(a movement to uproot the inequities of racism for people of African
descent and to develop an economic and cultural coalition among the
Unlike many of Kwame Ture peers who emerged form the
civil rights movement Kwame never compromised. His was a
voice that would accept nothing less than true empowerment for his
people even if that meant the dismantling of the international order
that hoards the world's resources and keeps most of its people
down. He was especially unforgiving of American Capitalism,
which he saw as the greatest oppressor on earth. Most
importantly his passion and beliefs always remained strong. He
continued to support a revolution as the answer to the problems of
racism and unfairness until he died at the age of 57 in 1998 from
complications of prostate cancer in Conakry, Guinea. To the
end he answered the telephone "ready for the revolution".
notablebiographies; blackwebportal and afiwi
Stokely Carmichael "Kwame Ture"
Books - A must read. Please Purchase!
Books to check out regarding Black history
At Canaan's Edge" by Taylor Branch. This book
follows Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement
between 1965 & 1968.
"Judgment Days" Nick Kotz Explores the
relationship between Pres. Johnson & Dr. Martin Luther King
that helped secured civil rights for Afro-Americans
"She Would Not Be Moved" Rosa Parks
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Celebrate the 2nd Annual June Is National Caribbean
American Heritage Month
- A 20/20 Vision
June 17-19 2007
In June 2007, the Government of the
United States of America
, in collaboration with Caribbean Community (CARICOM), will be
hosting a Conference on the
at which all 15 CARICOM Heads of States/Government are expected
The Conference on the
will take place against the backdrop of the recent coming into
being of the CARICOM Single Market in 2006 and the positive
efforts towards the creation of the framework for the Single
Economy by 2008.
This Conference is being structured in such a way that there is
Government to Government and people to people interaction as
well as interaction between the Governments and the people.
This will be the first time the policy makers, the
international financial institutions, academic community,
private sector, and people of the Caribbean and the United
States will interface in one Conference to examine the growth
and development of the Caribbean Community from a regional
perspective. It is expected that by the end
of the Conference the following major objectives would be
The strengthening of the relationship between the
United States and CARICOM by addressing the priority areas for
the Caribbean's future growth and development including issues
related to trade, competitiveness and investment in mutually
beneficial and reinforcing ways.
The deepening and broadening of the dialogue
between the Governments and People of CARICOM and the Government
and People of the
United States of America
aimed at renewing the appreciation of US policy makers of the
potential of the
The strengthening of the relationship among the
different Caribbean Diaspora communities in the United States as
well as examining mutually rewarding mechanisms for harnessing
their skills in support of the Region's development.
The enhancement of the image of the
Please save the dates
June 19-21 2007
and plan to join us in
for this very important and historic conference. We look forward
to seeing you at the Conference and to your active participation
as we reaffirm our
Ellsworth I. A. John, Ambassador of
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
, and Chair of the Caucus of Ambassadors,
Shout Outs & Congratulations
belated Birthday Greetings
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