by Romaine “Chip” Fitzgerald
The collective salvation and redemption of Afrikan people is about our repatriation to the Continent, where we can decide to be all that we choose to be, and the possibilities are endless. Yes, we, like Marcus Garvey had done 100 years ago, can capture the imagination of Black people and begin to promote – in theory and practice – the theme: 21st century pioneers on the Afrikan frontier!
We have witnessed what many deemed impossible, the election of an Afrikan to the presidency of the USA in our lifetime. And yet change as they have, things remain the same; the oppression of empire and domination of Caucasian/Western supremacy persist. Let us return home and begin to rebuild the world in our image!
Romaine “Chip” Fitzgerald is the longest held Black Panther Party political prisoner. Send our brother some love and light: Romaine Fitzgerald, B-27527, Kern Valley State Prison, A5-110, P.O. Box 5101, Delano CA 93216.