The Genocide of Africans in Britain and the Continent Still Continues

Activist and Spiritual Leader of Alkebulan Revivalist Movement gives a compelling retort to any notion that Britain is post racial.

Bro Ldr Mbandaka

Bro Ldr Mbandaka is Leader of Nationalist Pan African Liberation Movement Alkebulan. In addition to being a 30 year community activist, Brother Leader’s work centres around promoting Afrikan focused Education and Schooling, Religion, Spirituality, Political Science and Culture. He is the co-chair of the interim National Afrikan Peoples Parliament, which aims to be a nationwide representative body mandated to promote, preserve and protect the best interests of Afrikan people in the UK.

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