3.22.2013

NBPP's Malik Zulu Shabazz and delegation on the ground in South Africa


Atty. Shabazz and his delegation have made the journey in efforts to connect Black liberation struggles worldwide. 

New Black Panther Party National Chairman Attorney Malik Zulu Shabazz is on the ground in Africa leading a delegation on a two-week tour to reconnect with the motherland. So far, they have met with leaders of Zanu-PF, reconnected with many liberation organizations and touched the hands of the people. 

Atty. Shabazz spoke to thousands of Pan Africanist Congress supporters at a rally to commemorate the 1960 Sharpeville massacre. His delegation has hopes to meet President Robert Mugabe during their planned visit to Zimbabwe in the coming days.
Grave markers of those who died during the 1960 Sharpeville Massacre.
The Black struggle is connected all over the globe. March 21, 1960 is a national holiday there. The Sharpeville Massacre launched the anti-apartheid struggle all over Azania and sparked rebellion all over Africa. Many women and children were killed, some even shot in the back. Know the history.

Pan-Africanist Congress members and supporters prepare for rally on March 21, 2013
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