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Was born and raised in Richmond, VA mostly by his mother and brothers. He is a former U.S Marine that continues to work in the community with young adults and children in violent neighborhoods. His vision to rebuild Black Wall Street aligned with the truest nature of this organization. He has had experience being President of school organizations and a leader in the military. Mel has a radio platform that he uses to bring awareness to the importance of the Global Diaspora.
Was born and raised in Chicago by her mother and father. Sweet is a community activist that runs the back to school drives with her family. She is a Google influencer that has a strong passion for equality and is a human rights advocate. She is a solutionist whose focus is on building a better future for this organization. She is a great at bridging the gap between different cultures and dedicated to understanding the history of African American Culture and merging it with the Global Diaspora.
Was born and raised in Harlem, NY by her mother and father. She attended college at the age of 13. She is a Rasta Priestess, owner of the first Rastafarian Orthodox Church in the U.S.A. and granddaughter of the First Black Mayor Wiley Lash Salisbury, NC. She owns a wholesale clothing company and lifestyle brand. She teaches business marketing, trade show preparation, builds websites and has many other leadership qualities. She spearheaded the restoration of this organization and it's relevance.
The Ethiopian World Federation, Incorporated Harlem, NY
The decision of the Executive Council shall be final.
International Executive President, King Jamel Manning email@example.com
International 1st Vice President, LaKeisha Sweet firstname.lastname@example.org
International 2nd Vice President, Donah Sandford email@example.com
International Secretary, Tarik McKeython firstname.lastname@example.org
International Treasurer, El Hajj Shabazz email@example.com
We are located in Harlem, NY 917-991-7297
Earl Chinna Smith Innadeyard Binghistra Movement Ethiopian Christmas 2018, Jamaica
To promote friendly interest among its members, to develop a fraternal spirit among them and to inculcate in its members the desire to render voluntary aid and assistance to one another at all times.
ONE LOVE. ONE AIM. ONE DESTINY.
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