Wyking Garrett vs. Domestic Neo-Colonialism in “Liberal” Seattle

He dared to “think globally, act locally”, so the city (and their knee-grow stooges) moved against him.

But this story didn’t begin with Wyking Garrett’s courageous act of March, 2008.

The efforts to establish an African American Heritage Museum & Cultural Center (AAHM&CC) in Seattle began in 1969, and came to the forefront in 1981 when Omari Tahir-Garrett and Isaiah Edwards led a community based coalition in opposing the construction of a police precinct in the heart of Seattle’s historically Black Central Distict, proposing a positive cultural institution instead..

Source: http://uhurunews.com


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