Njere Akosua Aminah Alghanee, Freedom Fighter, wife of Ras Mausi Alghanee (36 years)
,mother of six, grandmother of three and counting. Grew up into the New Afrikan Independence
Movement in Detroit, Michigan.  Fought for the release  of the RNA-11 of the Provisional
Government of the Republic of New Afrika. Continues to fight for Reparations and African
Liberatiion.  Educated at Wayne State University, majoring in Mass Communications. Earned a
B.A. in Liberal Arts and A.A. in Early Childhood Education.Cooperative Owner of NoName
Roots Freedom Shule (1974-1978); Co-Author of ' Let the Sisters Speak" (1980); Cooperative
Owner of Saba Shule ( 1985- 1988); Assistant Director of Georgia Citizen's Coalition on
Hunger ( 1989 -1996); Executive Director pf Georgia Advocates for Battered Women and
Children (1996-97); Southern Region Coordinator for the Million Woman March (1996-98);  
National Board of Directors for the National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (
1994-present); Founding Committee of Empress of Zion ( Rastafari Women); Ethiopian
Women's Federation; Queen Mother Moore Foundation; New Afrikan Womens Organization;
Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation; ABISA, Unlimited Family Corporation; Cooperative Author of
" She Hand Us the Rule Book from the Poles of Supreme Authority" (2003) ( Rastafari
Women); Founding Unity Board of Director for the African Community Centers for Unity and
Self Determination( 2003)

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