CARL NELSON WOLDC RADIO, DR. JULIUS GARVEY AND FORT NEGRO’S FIXICO

by refixico

Hooray and Hallelujah,

Thank God for Legendary Radio Show Host Mr. Carl Nelson and WOLDC  Station “Where Information is Power” owner Ms. Catherine Hughes. They along with the hosts, guests and callers from the community make their Talk Show Format the lifeblood of the African-American National  dialogue. It is a panel where all can participate in and with the amazing journalistic and radio hosts skills of Brother Carl Nelson, everybody that calls in becomes a part of an incredible THINK TANK.

Just prior to calling in , I had an extended conversation with Ms. Rhonda Kimbrough Heritage Program Manager and Staff Officer Erica Davis, for the U.S. Forestry Service. I was proud to announce the fact  last Friday August 12th, 2016 to the nation,  about the upcoming British Post/Negro Fort Commemoration recognizing the Bicentennial Anniversary of the Battle and Massacre that occurred there. I asked that everyone in the listening audience research the British Post/Negro Fort Massacre. Below is a transcript of my call into the show:

“Greetings Brother Carl Nelson and Dr. Julius Garvey. It is a great honor to speak to the son and living embodiment of the great Marcus Garvey Jr.. I recently was communicating with Her Excellency Dr. Ambassador Fidelia Graand-Galon of the Republic of Suriname. I was told that she and the Maroon Women of the Caribbean, hoped to have you come to Suriname as the Special Guest for this years National Maroon Day. I had that honor , last year and it was a life changing event.

Will you be going as this years Guest of Honor ? I am in favor of the exoneration of Marcus Garvey Jr.. Symbolically, I think that it would be very powerful. Especially if his exoneration was followed by a series of NOT GUILTY celebrations across the Western Hemisphere.” Call ends.

https://libcom.org/history/negro-fort-massacre                                     https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Negro_Fort                            http://military.wikia.com/wiki/Battle_of_Negro_Fort

The photo above was taken by UCLA Grad Student Jeremy Peretz on Diitabiki Island in the Suriname Rain Forest on October 10th 2015, within the “Kintie” the Royal Parliamentary chambers of the Okanisi/Ndyuka Maroons. Photo: (Lt) North American Maroon Representative Phil Da Pompey Fixico,  Her Excellency Dr. Ambassador Fidelia Graand-Galon, The Paramount Chief and Gauman  Bono de Velantie and Dr.Cynthia Alendy ,President of the Maroon Women Chamber of Cooperation.

Honor and Respect,                                                                                           Phil Da Pompey Fixico                                                                                   P.S. I have been informed by the U.S. Forestry Service that I will  be performing the “Semiroon Peace Belt Ceremony” in tribute to the victims of the  British Post/Fort Negro victims.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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