There already exists three Kujichagulia Villages sponsored by these Concious People:
Sister Diana Kimble, H.K. Khalifah and the Black Oaks Center for Sustainable Development. Their projects are, respectively, located in
Emporia, Virginia, and
Pembroke Township, Illinois.
Their purpose is to provide training, learning, working examples for People wanting to become free from the urban and mass chaos in cities towns. Each location has an historic teaching, gardening, farming and education component. They represent our People who are DOING what so many of us talk, write and post about: PREPARE OUR SELVES AND OUR CHILDREN TO ASSUME THEIR TRUE CONCIOUSNESS ROLE AND BE AFRIKAN.
Information about each location will be posted here soon.
Location: Various Afrikan Owned Locations in Louisiana, Virginia and Illinois
Latest Activity: Feb 23, 2016
Black Oaks Center for Sustainable and Renewable Living: Illinois
Brother Fred Carter and Dr. Jifunza Wright are founders and operators of this off-the-grid effort and learning center.
They also are sponsors and participate in the Healthy Food Hub in Chicago a weekly market for farm grown produce offered at the Betty Shabazz Center.
H. kahalif Khalifah Estates: Virginia
Khalifah Estates is sponsoring a unique project mix:
THE NAT TURNER LIBRARY MUSEUM COMPLEX Using Technology to Correct, Preserve and Propagate Black History
Following is a general outline for the instituting, administration and operation of what will is officially called The Nat Turner Library Museum.
INSTITUTION: The Library will be established as an Independent Black Institution to Correct, Preserve and Propagate Black History as the main reason for its existence. The history and legacy of Nat Turner will be the central focus of the INSTITUTION. But what we propose to do with his legacy and history will be but a living memorial model for what we intend to do with the legacies and history of an unlimited number of historic Black individual contributors to the history of Afrikan people. We want it to be a museum that corrects and showcase, as well as propagate Black history using cutting edge technology. So using “in the cloud” technology to store Computer/Internet files, we shall research the lives, work and accomplishments of selected individuals that will be the core of the information that constitute the Institution called the Nat Turner Library Museum.
ACQUISITION OF CONTENT Read more at www.black-e-books.com
Diane Kimble K-Village: Louisiana
read this article about Blck homesteading. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/14/garden/juneteenth-gardens-planting-the-seeds-of-survival.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0
Juneteenth Gardens: Planting the Seeds of Survival www.nytimes.com A heirloom seed can be a complicated legacy when it was sowed in slavery.
A Historic Center in Colfax LA
This is The START of a great life with much work to be done
Whole Life Sustainable Center in Colfax, Louisiana
Our farm is where we will train youth how to eat ,grow and raise Healthy, Affordable and Organic food. We will put the FUN back in FARM. We are a chemical free farm.
We have a 5 year plan to make this happen.
We honor our Ancestors and elders