Author: Uthman Ibrahim-Morrison; Hashir Abdul Rahman (designer)
Publisher: Black Stone Press (1996)
Pages: 40 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
In this unique booklet the League of the Black Stone launches an ambitious 'neo-Garveyite' programme of global political and economic alliance which calls upon African peoples world-wide to recognise the necessity to go beyond the marks left by Marcus Garvey and Malcolm X by extending upon their respective legacies. According to the incisive new analysis the book presents, this will only be achieved by confronting simultaneously the economic challenge presented by the supranational financial mechanisms of usury and paper money, and the political challenge of unlocking the devastating politico-economic potentialities latent within genuine Islam. It is in this book that we are first introduced to the eleven Global Objectives of the New African Global Alliance (NAGA).