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Who We are

The Provisional Government of the Republic of New Afrika
is the temporary government of the Black nation of North
America. It is a pro-independence formation which seeks the
total liberation of Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi
& South Carolina (the national territories)

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How did we get a government?

On March 31, 1968, the Provisional Government was founded by more than 500 New African leaders in Detroit, Michigan. The Nationalists meeting in Detroit tried to speak for all New Afrikans (Black) people. They knew that was really impossible, but the effort was honest. The New Afrikan leaders issued a Declaration of Independence. Its major purposes were two-fold. One to inform all New Afrikans (Black) people that the nation exists & that we are all citizens of it, and two, to Free The Land.

Right now the trouble is that our land is not free, We are not in charge of it. Europeans are in charge of our land, and they act as if they are in charge of us. Our land and our nation are, therefore, captive. Our government is a government -in -captivity.

Our Mission

Once We have independence We will have the power to solve the problems which affect New Afrikans (Black) people daily: Poor housing, Poor education, Crime, Police brutality, Racist attacks, Unemployment and all other injustices.In our new Nation no person will be discriminated against or held back and We will make a better life and a better world.

Our New Afrikan (Black) nation seeks solidarity with the Native American (Indian) nation, the Puerto Rican nation, the Chicano-Mexican nation, and all other subjugated nations within the United States which seek land & independence. Any conflicting claims will be resolved in the spirit of justice and equality for all.

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Once We have independence We will have the power to solve the problems which affect New Afrikans (Black) people daily: Poor, housing. Poor education, Crime, Police brutality, Racist attacks, Unemployment and all other injustices.

In our new Nation no person will be discriminated against or held back and We will make a better life and a better world.

Our New Afrikan (Black) nation seeks solidarity with the Native American (Indian) nation, the Puerto Rican nation, the Chicano-Mexican nation, and all other subjugated nations within the United States which seek land & independence. Any conflicting claims will be resolved in the spirit of justice and equality for all.

Theme of NAND 55 is: “Rebuilding Unity on the Way to Plebiscite.”
Date: March 31-April 2, 2023
Venue: North Charleston Community Resource Center
3947 Whipper Barony LN
North Charleston, SC 29405

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You can also contact us at (901) 292-5099 or (901) 570-9080.

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