[non-whites only] Would you support a black secession of much of the southeast United States to form independent black nation "Republic of New Afrika"? (By anon67 MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamondSilver Crown 1 month ago)

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anon67 says [Disclaimer] In recognizing the controversial and politically charged nature of this question, I should state that the verbiage and making of this question was done with careful attention to objectivity. My personal opinion on the matter is neither stated nor implied/connoted through any element present herein. Further, in recognizing European-Americans' historical and actual pertinence in this matter, I deliberately requested their exclusion from this question to optimize objectivity and harbor an intellectual environment in the comments free from prejudice/bias and trolling. Please keep this in mind when voting and commenting your ideas. Thank you! -- Apparently I'm late to the party because this figurative black nation, which, to my understanding, would be formed by the descendants of the enslaved people from the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, was founded 50 years ago. -- Details: "The vision for this country was first promulgated by the Malcolm X Society on March 31, 1968, at a Black Government Conference held in Detroit, Michigan. The conference participants drafted a constitution and declaration of independence. Its proponents lay claim to five Southern states: Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina; and to the black-majority counties adjacent to this area in Arkansas, Texas, North Carolina, Tennessee and Florida" (Wikipedia). "The larger New Afrika movement in particular has three goals: - Creation of an independent Black-majority country situated in the Southeastern region, in the heart of an area of black-majority population. - Payment by the federal government of several billion dollars in reparations to African-American descendants of slaves for the damages inflicted on Africans and their descendants by chattel enslavement, Jim Crow laws, and modern-day forms of racism. - A referendum of all African Americans to determine their desires for citizenship; movement leaders say they were not offered a choice in this matter after emancipation in 1865 following the American Civil War." (Wikipedia). "Republic of New Afrika." Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation.

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