Asante Sana, Elombe Brath

RIP Brother Elombe…true warrior in the African liberation struggle. You had an excellent way of simplifying international Pan African issues . Not too many men of your caliber yet. Condolences to the Brath family. Ashe.

Drums in the Global Village

A true public intellectual. Little known was the he was the graphic artist for Gil Noble’s “Like It Is,” and perhaps even less known was that he was the show’s unofficial international advisor.

He was sick for a long time.

A disciple of Carlos Cooks, another almost-forgotten Pan-African activist.

The above panel participation is from 1995, during the height of the “Free Mumia” campaign and the vigorous open discussion of slavery in Sudan.


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