The Chairman put forward Fenty Tholly and Ka Meritah, who struggled to get here from West and North Africa even though European and U.S. imperialism imposes severe travel restrictions on Africans on their own land, pointing out that white people don't face these draconian laws that restricts travel to and from Africa.
Chairman began by explaining the history of the African Liberation Movement and how it was defeated in the sixties.
He moved on to the topic of counterinsurgency, bringing forth the Israel's viscous genocidal war against the Palestinians.
Chairman Omali explained how the Holocaust of the Jews is used as a weapon against oppressed peoples, denying Africans and Indigenous peoples as victims of genocide by European imperialism.
The fact that a Holocaust Museum would be built on stolen land of Indigenous peoples while colonized African community just blocks away, is deeply offensive to African people.
Chairman guided the discussion to define counterinsurgency. Counterinsurgency is a science to keep colonized people oppressed for the benefit of colonial European powers.
Following the Chairman’s presentation, a powerful call for resources was made and the goal was surpassed as the crowd cheered to “Ain’t no Stoppin’ us Now!”
The call for membership by Chimuringa Waller won 2 InPDUM members and 2 sponsored prisoner memberships.
Chairwoman Penny Hess of the African People's Solidarity Committee called for white people to recognize that the genocide against Palestinian people is the same genocide of Mexican and African people inside the U.S.
Aisha Fields announced the Black is Back Conference on August 16 and 17 and the InPDUM Convention on Semptember 20th and 21st.
Chairman also mentioned that they honor Marcus Garvey, celebrating the 100 year anniversary of the creation of UNIA and 127th birthday of Garve
He also mentioned a women's meeting in March of next year, to form an African women's commission.
The day ended with the flag retrieval and a delicious karamu dinner.