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Below are the pyramid mounds on the banks of the

Black Warrior River near present-day Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

(See page 9 of  Pyramids in America for more details.)

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 In 1996, the Empire Washitaw de Dugdamoundyah was recognized as one of the ‘oldest indigenous people on earth,’ by the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights. 


Many “anti-whatever voices” have questioned the validity of this fact as an alleged “Claim”. 


To all doubters, haters, anti-black propagandists, and frightened, race baiting, war mongers, 
we pray for your peace of mind and love of self.  Thankfully, you don’t even need to Ask Brother Umar about these facts, read the evidence and check the ballistics. 

On page 21 of the FINAL LIST OF ATTENDANCE of the Working Group on Indigenous Populations, we find irrefutable evidence.

  Documentation trumps lies and Hate-ration conversation every time. One Love.
2016 is the 20th Anniversary of the Official Reception of the Washitaw Nation
 at the United Nations Peace Palace near Geneve, Suisse.

Excerpt from page 21 of UN Economic and Social Council  Publication listing

The Original Washitaw delegation recognized by the United Nations in 1996

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 Roy El Wilfred Wooten: Bey Amuur
A Musical Genius Extraordinaire
Inventor of  2 versions of a “Phiano.”
The Roy El, a Baby Grand version, 
The Golden Mean: A colorful, portable Phiano
tuned to the Golden Ratio of  “Phi”

The Royel 
-a Baby Grand Phi-ano

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The Late Great

Empress Verdiacee

1st Annual  International

Muurs & Moors Conference

Miami, Florida

July 29, 30, & 31 2016

African American Heritage Center

Contact: Jesse Washington (786) 531-8441

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