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Pan Afrikan Community Excel

ImagePan Afrikan Community Excel, an Afrocentric Community Development Association, solves problems and meets needs in our communities.

We encourage and strengthen bonds of solidarity between all indigenous and diasporan ethnic groups of Afrikan descent. Based on a common goal dating back to the Atlantic slave trade, the movement extends beyond continental Afrikans with a substantial support base among the Afrikan diaspora in the Caribbean, Latin America, the United States and Canada and Europe. It is based on the belief that unity is vital to economic, social, and political progress and aims to "unify and uplift" people of Afrikan descent. The ideology asserts that the fate of all Afrikan people and countries are intertwined. At its core is a belief that “Afrikan people, both on the continent and in the diaspora, share not merely a common history, but a common destiny".


Community Excel characterizes a mode of thought and action in which the centrality of African interest, values, and perspectives predominate. It places African people in the center of any analysis of African phenomena and is a devotion to the idea that what is in the best interest of African consciousness is at the heart of ethical behavior.

Equality is about ensuring that every individual has an equal opportunity to make the most of our lives and talents. It is also the belief that no one should have poorer life chances because of their race, the way they were born, where they come from, what they believe, or whether they have a disability. It is the quality or state of being equal, having the same rights, social status, etc. and holding everyone accountable in the same way, regardless of race, gender, faith, ethnicity - or political ideology.

Justice is the quality of being just, righteous, equitable and moral. It is the maintenance or administration of what is just by law, as by judicial or other proceedings: a court of justice. Justice makes sure that laws are both rational and proportional, provides some predictability for things that are beyond our control, helps us plan our lives with some peace of mind and makes life possible in our complex, civilized society.

More than 4000 years ago, in a time before the European and Asian Invasions, Arab Expansion, British Colonization and Slavery, Kemet (Ancient Egypt) along the lower Nile river in Africa, was our ancestral home to 30 Kemetic dynasties from 2920 BC – 332 BC before finally falling to the Roman Empire. Our African ancestors, the Nubians, were the first human race on earth and rulers of the Kingdom of Kush (Nubia). Our Kemetic ancestors adopted most of the Kushite customs and traditions. The Nubians lived in Northern Sudan and Southern Egypt along the Nile River. The Kemetic Pyramids are one of the 7 wonders of the world. Ancient Egyptians were Africans and their skin was Black just as that of the Nubians. Once upon a time, Africans were the Kings and Queens of Kemet and Nubia. The Kemetic pyramids were built to be tombs of the Pharaohs while Nubian pyramids were symbols of wealth and stature. The pyramids were aligned with the four corners of the compass in order to reach the heavens and were the influence for the pyramids found in China, Peru, Mexico, Indonesia and the tower of Babel in Iraq. The greatness of Kemet is still being talked about and studied to this day. As desendants of these great Africans, be proud of our heritage. Be proud of our history. Be proud of being African because we are the children of the 1st and greatest civilization that has ever lived!

Now after the last 400 years of European slavery and colonization, our communities are plagued with family disintegration, poverty, oppression, violence, corruption, racism, injustice, despair, sky-rocketing incarcerations, felony disenfranchisement, unemployment, genocide, drug addiction, little economic opportunity, below-average academic achievement, poor healthcare results and other inequalities and injusticies. However to eliminate these and other disparities and achieve economic, social, and political progress, we must "unify and uplift" our communities.


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