Friday, July 2, 2010

Empress Njeri Alghanee’s Homegoing Schedule

This is the Flag of the Republic of New Africa. It flies Today for Another Freedom Fighter – Empress Njeri Alghanee

This is a Rastafarian Orthodox Hymn by The Rastafarians

This tune was loved by Empress Njeri from her days in Detroit; where she began her career as a Wife, Mother, Student, Organizer, and Freedom Fighting Daughter of Zion. I watched in 80′ as Njeri and hundreds of other roots people crowded into a micro sized punk bar to see the Rastafarians perform this tune live. It was truly a royal site, with dreadlocked royalty swaying in time to the riddims of rightousness.  Njeri and Mausi were there, rocking and skanking..
Seek Him Njeri, For JAH RASTAFARI LIVES WITHIN THE I-N-I


The Alghanee Family invites you to celebrate with them the life of Empress Njeri at the following services and repast:



Friday July 2, 2010 7pm-11pm

Libation and Ancestral Drum Call and Open Mike
Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the Arts
5616 Memorial Drive
Stone Mountain, GA  30083

Saturday July 3, 2010  3pm-7pm

Homegoing Celebration
Shrine of the Black Madonna
946 Ralph D. Abernathy Blvd
Atlanta, GA  30310

9pm-Until – (Repast)
Othello’s Place
1170 Sylvan Road
Atlanta, GA  30310
You may also tune in on Friday July 2, 2010 to the WRFG (89.3 fm)What Good Is A Song – The Friday Night Drum program in tribute and honor of Sister Courage, the program host of the past three years.  The tribute begins at 6:00 pm est and for two hours call-ins and statements of support and solidarity will be accepted.  You will also hear samples from previous programs hosted by Sister Courage.  You are invited to listen and to call (404-523-8989). You may also listen in at www.wrfg.org
BadGalsRadio and DapowerhouseRadio will be celebrating Empress Njeri on July 10th with Song and Word. be sure to subscribe now so that you receive a reminder of our live broadcast from Atlanta.
Again, Ras Mausi and the entire Alghanee Family Thank You for your overwhelming support and Love during this time of Sorrow.

Bless Up,


1 comment:

askcherlock said...

This is a beautiful hymn, RE, and a wonderful tribute to a beautiful spirit. Keep the faith alive.