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Ojise Manifesto

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We are Africans in the diaspora, descendants of our ancestors who made 'the crossing' from motherland Africa.

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Africa is the foundation of our spirituality, cultural heritage and identity.

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Re-evaluation of our African spirituality, cultural heritage and identity is the key to strong awareness, cooperation and position in the diaspora.

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We view our collective consciousness as part of the African timeline and immense cultural heritage, stretching from the very dawn of world civilization to the present day.

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We give voice to the collective consciousness, regardless of the political, religious, philosophical and gender of our community.

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We tell the full story of how awareness, appreciation and self-determination about our achievements that has been denied, twisted and taken away over a long period of time.

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We realize that through this centuries-long process many in our community are spiritually withered, mentally unfree, and therefore have traumas in thinking, doing and feeling.

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We promote awareness of our community with information, training, coaching, exhibitions and excursions.

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We promote structural solutions for and the position of our community on the basis of ideological freedom, self-determination and togetherness.

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We provide educators, teachers, social workers, counselors, managers and researchers with insight and skills for a powerful role in recognizing, analyzing and offering solutions.

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We take our days off and holidays to honor and celebrate our cultural heritage and identity.

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We contribute to a strong national and global movement.

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