Akoma Ntoaso Tours~Book Drive | Umkhonto we Sizwe! (Spear of the Nation)


Akoma Ntoaso Tours & Products is committed to the education of Afurakan-Jamaican children, who reside in rural Manchester and Clarendon, where our operations and tours are based. We are currently in the process of creating a library of books for the children in our rural community, ALL of whom have NEVER been exposed to Afurakan centered consciousness in the form of educational material.

All of the children in the community are melanin dominant, but are entirely unaware of their origins and heritage. During my last trip to Manchester, I had the opportunity to spend quality time with some of the children myself, and I came to find out that they did not know any of the Black national heroes of Jamaica, and when I asked them who the Honorable Marcus M. Garvey was they were unable to respond. This is a serious problem and Akoma Ntoaso Tours would like to be instrumental in assisting the educational process for the better.

We encourage members of the global Afurakan world who are committed to raising awareness of our children in our indigenous homelands, to kindly make a donation of some form to this worthy process. We accept books, dvd’s, afrocentric cartoons, documentaries, clothing (in good condition only) and also monetary donations as well.

In the month of August, we will be sending all our donations directly to the children in Jamaica. All those who donate will receive confirmation (via phone or email) that their monetary donation is being used to uplift the rural community and it’s indigenous Black population. We look forward to hearing from you and please spread the word. Meda ase na Abibifahodie.

Udadewethu (Sista) Kentake.

Akoma Ntoaso Tours~Book Drive | Umkhonto we Sizwe! (Spear of the Nation).

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  1. Hetep Sistar,
    Asante sana for sharing my post! I truly apprecilove your support…it’s a pleasure and a joy to see that there are still Afurakan people out here supporting one another, regardless of our conditioning to do otherwise! Meda ase paa and feel free to connect with me anytime to find out more about the work we are doing in Jamaica! Abibifahodie.

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