Someone sent us this in an email, I'll try to find out more.
MESSAGE FROM BLACK STUDENTS AT NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY
BOSTON, MA - CURRENTLY OCCUPYING THE JOHN D. OBRYANT*
AFRICAN AMERICAN INSTITUTE AT NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY

3 attachments - ALL SAFE  - all Imports
           from SOA ARCHIVE:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/soa/message/18043


* The Late Brother John D. O'Bryant was the FIRST
BLACK SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEMBER IN BOSTON after
DECADES of attempts by the Boston Black Community
to get representation in city and state government -
SOA ADDS - A STRUGGLE THAT STILL GOES IN IN THE 21rst Century

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The Minister General of Sons Of Afrika
Brother Minister AHmad Mubarak Abdulibad,
himself having worked as an integral part of
the African-American Institute at Northeastern University
in Boston Massachusetts in 1970-1972, until he withdrew
from school due to the murder of his father (and other reasons)
TOTALLY and UNCONDITIONALLY SUPPORTS THE JUST DEMANDS OF
The Black Student Body at Northeastern University as posted
on SONS OF AFRIKA E NEWS GROUP today, April 18, 2001
(See Attachments herewith)...

Particularly, DEMAND NOS.:

1) THAT THE BUILDING REMAIN AND BELONG TO THE BLACK STUDENT
   COMMUNITY AND THE BOSTON BLACK COMMUNITY

10)THAT There be a section of the CO-OP DEPT. that works directly
   with The BLACK COMMUNITY and BLACK OWNED BUSINESS
   and SONS OF AFRIKA WOULD ADD - BLACK AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS

7) That the University INCLUDE this OURSTORIC AFRICAN AMERICAN
   INSTITUTE IN NEW STUDENT TOURS OF THE CAMPUS, particularly
   for BLACK and Minority Students  and SONS OF AFRIKA WOULD ADD
...
   That a CREDITED, PRE-FRESHMAN PROGRAM, AROUND AFRIKAN AND
   BLACK STUDIES be RE-INSTITUTED for Incoming freshman classes
   as was done in 1970 and 1971, and that SUCH AFRIKAN STUDIES
   and BLACK STUDIES PROGRAMS be offered YEAR ROUND, either in
   that INSTITUTE or within the Black Community, TO ALL HIGH
   SCHOOL STUDENTS WHO WISH, for academic credit;

   that such studies include: AFRIKAN HISTORY, AFRICAN-AMERICAN
   HISTORY (Columbus to Castro) including the Caribbean and
   Latin and South America, BLACK/AFRIKAN LITERATURE, AFRIKAN
   and or other NON-EUROPEAN LANGUAGE STUDIES e.g. SWAHILI,
   ARABIC, ZULU, or other; again as offered 30 years ago and
   betrayed and abandoned by this and other Amerikkkan universities.

SONS OF AFRIKA AGAIN SUPPORTS EVERY ONE OF THE DEMANDS OF THE BLACK
STUDENTS, AND WOULD ADD ONE MORE


12) THAT THERE BE GENERAL AMNESTY FOR ALL BLACK AND OTHER STUDENTS
(AND OTHERS) WHO PARTICIPATED IN THIS STRUGGLE, AND OR WHO SUPPORTED
IT IN ANY WAY.

THAT THERE BE NO ARRESTS, POLICE RECORDS, BLACKLISTINGS, SUSPENSIONS,
FAILING GRADES OR OTHER REPRISALS AGAINST ANYONE WHO HELPED IN THIS
JUST STRUGGLE AGAINST A RACIST REVERSAL OF THE CLOCK TO ANOTHER, LESS
JUST AMERICAN CENTURY.


AHMAD MUBARAK ABDULIBAD
MINISTER GENERAL/FOUNDER
SONS OF AFRIKA

ALUM OF THE AFRICAN AMERICAN INSTITUTE


PLEASE CONTACT OUR BLACK STUDENTS, WHO ARE FROM ALL OVER AMERIKKKA
AND WHO ARE OCCUPYING THE JOHN D. OBRYANT AFRICAN AMERICAN INSTITUTE
UNTIL THESE DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN THE ATTACHMENT HEREWITH ARE
IMPLEMENTED