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    Afraka.com is a site where elevating the Afrakan mind is our mission.

    This is a peaceful community guided by the Ancestors. Our mission is bridging the gap between People of the Afrakan descent.
    The various videos, blogs and other post do not necessarily reflect the views of the site owner.

    Members are welcome to freely post content to the site but are encouraged to do so in a respectful manor. Religious preferences, political views, etc. are not a determining factor for membership at Afraka.com. Our main goals are promoting unity, circulating knowledge, peace and
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    We welcome you to network, organize and unite under the umbrella of the Conscious Nubian Mind. We should not separate ourselves by titles. Here at Afraka.com, Black Nubian, African American or any other Afrocentric titles you may identify with are reverted to Afrakan. We must all identify with being Afrakan first. This is a crucial step in embracing our roots.

    Please spread the word about this Afrakan Social Community.
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    Black People must become financially independent from white people before they can be truly free!!
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