In observance of the centennial of the Red, Black, and Greeen, and as part of an effort to foster the political unification of Africans, we’re hosting online reasoning sessions that paint our domestic fight for sovereignty in more of a global context.

It’s important that we identify as Africans, and work in solidarity with other Africans as we shift paradigms and establish a nobility in which we have total control. The information laid out in the recorded reasoning below, which took place on the afternoon of July 16, makes such the case for that type of movement, known to many as Pan-African Federalism.

Bro. Sam reasons with Baba Senghor Baye, and Sisters Kim Poole and Najai Knox in the first reasoning.