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Question: The African Diaspora, Does it make a special contribution to the culture of peace? CPNN article: Tribute to Ancestors
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Posted: Dec. 31 1999,17:00

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Tribute to Ancestors
Report on the Global African Diaspora Summit
Trident Healing Ceremony for Caribbean and Latin America Territories: 6-10-12, October 2014
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Posted: Dec. 07 2012,09:03

The article, Tribute to Ancestors by Rev. Elder Buddy Larrier, reminds us of people of African descent who have made a special contribution to a culture of peace, including Marcus Masiah Garvey, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr. Rosa Parks and Harriet Tubman.  As he indicates, a full list would be much longer.

Sometimes in the course of history, an oppressed people later becomes the oppressor, but that has never been the case for the peoples of Africa who were transported in chains to the New World and enslaved to create what is now the wealthiest part of the world.  Instead, they have provided us some of the best lessons of non-violent resistance and struggles for human rights and dignity.

In another article, Report on the Global African Diaspora Summit, Larrier reminds us that this is not just an historical fact, but that the African diaspora is a potential force for the future transformation to a culture of peace.
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