established on the 15th day of February, 1965, in the city. It carries with it certain implications to which Afro-Americans cannot subscribe. This made us consider ourselves an isolated minority without allies anywhere. This matter is a crucial one that Afro-Americans must continue to reexamine. Full implications and concomitant harvests were generally misunderstood by our foreparents and are still misunderstood or avoided by some Afro-Americans today. Afro-Americans everywhere must realize that to retain faith in such an idea means acceptance of being property and, therefore, less than a human being. Over five thousand Afro-Americans have been lynched since the Emancipation Proclamation and not one murderer has been brought to justice! Economic security, after the Emancipation Proclamation, when the system of slavery changed from chattel slavery to wage slavery, it was realized that the Afro-American constituted the largest homogeneous ethnic group with a common origin and common group experience in the United States and, if allowed. We, Afro-Americans - enslaved, oppressed, and denied by a society that proclaims itself the citadel of democracy, are determined to rediscover our history, promote the talents that are suppressed by our racist enslavers, renew the culture that was crushed by a slave government and thereby. The alliance had its basis in the. We must consider that fact and other reasons why a proclamation of "Emancipation" should not be revered as a document of liberation.
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We further realize that our human rights, so long suppressed, are the rights of all mankind everywhere. We must search out all the bare and ugly facts without shame for we are still victims, still slaves - still oppressed. A "racial" society does exist in stark reality, and not with equality for Black people; so we who are nonwhite must meet the problems inherited from centuries of inequalities and deal with the present situations as rationally as we are able. On May 25, 1963, Ethiopian, emperor, haile Selassie invited the heads of the 32 independent African nations at the time to convene at his country's capital, antigne vs. Susan B Anthony Addis Ababa. Before the emancipation it was the Black man who suffered humiliation, torture, castration, and murder. Upon this establishment, the Afro-American people will launch a cultural revolution which will provide the means for restoring our identity that we might rejoin our brothers and sisters on the African continent, culturally, psychologically, economically, and share with them the sweet fruits of freedom from. Understanding the differences that have been created amongst us by our oppressors in order to keep us divided, the Organization of Afro-American Unity strives to ignore or submerge these artificial divisions by focusing our activities and our loyalties upon our one goal: freedom from oppression. The Organization of Afro-American Unity will take measures to free our people from economic slavery.