The New Afrikan Declaration of Independence
This is one of the main political and philosophical documents of the New Afrikan Independence Movement, which guide the Work of the Provisional Government of the Republic of New Afrika.
The Declaration of Independence
31 March 1968 - Detroit, Michigan
We, the Black People in America, in consequence of arriving at a knowledge of ourselves as a people with dignity, long deprived of that knowledge....
We claim no rights from the United States of America other than those rights belonging to human beings anywhere in the world, and these include the right to damages, reparations, due us for the grievous injuries sustained by our ancestors and by ourselves by reason of United States lawlessness....
- To free Black people in America from oppression;....
- To build a new Society that is better than What We now know and as perfect as man can make;
- To assure all people in the New Society maximum opportunity and equal access to that maximum;
- To promote industriousness, responsibility, scholarship and service;
- To create conditions in which freedom of religion abounds and man's pursuit of God and the destiny, place, and purpose of man in the Universe will be without hindrance;
- To build a Black independent nation where no sect or religious creed subverts or impedes the building of a New Society, the new State government, or the achievement of the Aims of the Revolution as set forth in this Declaration;....
Provisional Government of the Republic of New Afrika:
President Kwame Afoh
Chairperson Marilyn Preston Killingham, People's Center Council
Also please contact:
The Malcolm Generation, Inc.
P.O. Box 74084
Baton Rouge, LA 70874
REVISED: April 24, 1999