I have been on many sites, and radio shows and heard the cries for land for us. While on one radio show, I was asked to find land for sale! Many speak of Pan Africanism and owning land for us to live as a nation. Can you imagine all Pan African goups coming together with one common goal?
It just so happens I stumbled upon such finds to fit your needs in America: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/towns-for-sale.html
Better yet, lets take a step further in time and history. We all know about how slave ( I refuse to say slave; instead, it was pointed out to me the word should be 'Stolen' not 'Slavery') trade began. For those who do not know, it began with the Vatican who was given a few Africans as a gift to the Priest and thus a race to African began to take Africans from their Motherland to work on their plantations without payment. Hold up, they say we are lazy; but whom is really lazy? If one owns land and have to go to the Motherland and steal people from their Motherland to plow their fields, cook, take care of their children, and have sex at their fansy, then you tell me whose lazy!
Sorry, I got side tracked. Ok, we see the 'Stolen' scenario. Now, we know the land in Africa is the peoples land; but you have the same that happens here in the US to people of color who lost their land because of the white man stole the land from the people of color and the Indians. And today, right now their is a land race going on in the Motherland and foreigners from many countries are going to the Motherland to scoop every inch of land they can Steal; because the people are hungry and some are just greedy! Soon our African sisters and brothers will lose their voice in government, because they know not what they are doing!
How could they so easily forget the fight of many warriors like, Shaka Zulu, Yaa Ascentawa, and many others who died to protect the Motherland from invaders?
So why are we just watching, talking, and not doing anything? Would it not be more feasible for Blacks, AfroAmericans, people of color get together and buy as much land as we can to start anew?