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African Ancestral Remembrance Day

1 Aug

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Today we commemorate African Ancestral Remembrance Day.

We pay homage in memory of all those who suffered, endured and secured their freedom.  We especially applaud the numerous ways they maintained their humanity throughout this ordeal in all spheres of human activity. A Special mention to all those including members of the Global family who helped Harriet Tubman and others like her who freed herself and others. When we learn from those who are guided by social justice and spiritual growth, we also bring added meaning to our own existence.

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