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June, 2009 Update
We have been making progress in Ghana. The Adele Women Association in Nkwanta 'Upper Volta' Ghana have been trained in International Permaculture Sustainable Eco-Agriculture!
We want to thanks all those who donated to make this possible.
Adjoa Linda Fletcher

Veronica receiving International Permaculture Certificate

Janet receiving International Permaculture Certificate


Our Elder Adduni was a consistent worker and was also a constant reader and collector of information. Our goal is to have her books and sewing collection sent to Adele - Nkwanta Ghana!


She cherished the work ethic of and believed that African people must build, create and sustain our future for generations to come. She studied Booker T. Washington.


I am reading one of the books that Elder Adunni left for us to read called, 'Economic Power - The Original Plan of Booker T. Washington, edited by Theora Richards.....


Theora quotes from Booker T. Washington's book, "Working With The Hands".


"Our pathway must be up through the soil, up through swamps, up through forests, up through streams and rocks, up through commerce, education, and religion! In my opinion, we cannot begin at the top to build a house.  If we try to do this, we shall reap in the end the fruits of our folly".


Booker T. Washington



Keep it UP!

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The Door to REturn!

They Come Amongst us,
They come amongst us,
they are intense, they are bold,
they are unrelenting,
they are on fire.
They are intense with the truth,
they know the immediacy of our predicament.
They may seem brash,
but they are bold,
and bolder with the truth,
We are new age slaves,
who were once and still are,
Captive Afrikan Survivor Refugees,
thinking that we can find comfort in material enslavement.
Slaves of consumption, that were once the currency,
the objects of ruthless inhuman materialism,
selfishness, and ugliness,
and now consuming our own demise...
Trapped and captive and even trapping each other...
We would not know a Harriet Tubman,
if we saw her today,
nor would we know a Malcolm X,
or understand the messages beneath the bold face .....
A Harriet Tubman or a Malcolm X would seem strange or odd,
by not being complacent, not conforming, or consumed by an Ipod,
Not waiting for the next gadget or pacifier of lies...
Complacency does not understand "a driving force",
Many are afraid of it.. not wanting to wake up,
wanting to be drugged by things instead...
Some come between us and amongst us... 
Possessed with the truth.
On a mission to wake us up,
and to give our enemy hell.
Knowing fully well that we are on a battle ground.
Those bold spirits so fortunate to have never accepted
or wallowed in enslavement. 
I must humble myself with humility,
and honor to have known a powerful force,
as her spirit moves on,
Elder Adunni Oshupa Tabasi.....
 By, Adjoa Linda Fletcher

Elder Adunni Oshupa Tabasi

March 30, 1934
to January 7, 2008



In the Spirit of Adunnism !

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It is with Deep Regret that I even have to post the fact that Our Beloved Mother, Warrior Guide has become an Ancestor! It is our responsibility as a people to understand her life’s work and to continue it! As she would say “it is about the Future, it is about planning for those unborn and having babies, giving birth and building an environment conducive for US! We cannot continue down the road that we see that Others are planning for us “We Must Not Become a Homeless People! It is time for us in the true spirit of being Afrikan people wherever we are to build self-sufficient communities.”


Elder Adunni knew deeply and clearly and acted accordingly to the fact that we are in a fight for our very existence and for our future. She chose to duke-it out and that we have no time to waste in fighting for our existence. She fought on all fronts!

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Elder Adunni Oshupa Tabasi was in born in Harlem on March 30, 1934. Her enslaved name was Evelyn Mildred Price. She legally changed her name to Adunni Oshupa Tabasi.  Her enstooled name was NuNu Afua Frie-Frie II. She made her transition on January 7, 2008. Her family and the Afrikan community are making arrangements for a Home Going Ceremony and for her remains to be sent to Kratchni Nkwanta, Ghana.  The village Kratchni Nkwanta means ‘Cross Roads of People’. Most of the plans so far are tentative. We will have another meeting today, Saturday 12th , to work on more details. The Home Going is tentatively scheduled for February 9, 2008 from 2 pm to 6 pm. The location has not been finalized. We want drummers, dancers, poets, all those that loved her to come out and show their love and commitment to help us ALL to move forward and finish her work which is really OUR work. It is going to take many life times to complete.


To send funds to the Ghana Nkwanta Project make checks payable to Linda Fletcher, PO Box 6283 Bronx, NY 10451  

Also, we are working on a chronology of Elder Adunni’s activities. All those who want to contribute and share please contact Linda Fletcher at 646-730-4332.

Please click to find photos of Elder Adunni Oshupa Tabasi taken by Evelyn Oliver at the Afrikan Burial Ground's Kwanza Celebration in 2007.


Afrikan Burial Ground 2003

In Loving Memory for our Beloved Elder Adunni Oshupa Tabasi; PLEASE CLICK AND READ



URGENT APPEAL!!!! Please Click on Link Appeal Letter! >>>!!!!<<<<!!!!!>>><<<<!!!!>>> WE NEED YOUR DONATIONS - SO THAT WE IN THE DIASPORA CAN HAVE LAND DEVELOPMENT IN AFRIKA.....




The purpose shall be to restore dignity and pride in the “CAPTIVE AFRIKAN SURVIVOR REFUGEES”.  (CASR) Only those who are AFRIKANS genetically and the children of those enslaved Afrikans can be included in this project. 

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Elder Adunni Oshupa Tabasi is the proud representative and spokesperson for the Ghana Nkwanta Project Group working towards the development, partnership and building of community with the help of the people in the Dadaise  Adele Traditional Area in the North Volta region of Ghana. 



The Nkwanta District is the biggest district in the region. The district is bounded to the west by Krachi District, from which it is separated by the Oti arm of the Volta Lake and to the south by the Kadjebi District, both of which are also in the Volta Region.  It also shares boundaries with the Republic of Togo on the east and the Nanumba District of the Northern Region to the north. The district capital is Nkwanta.






Ghana Nkwanta Project Group







To reach the Ghana Nkwanta Project please send or mail correspondence to:

Linda Fletcher, G.P.O. Box 6382

Bronx, NY 10451

By phone at 646-875-9346


To make a donation to continue the work:

Please make checks payable to:

Linda Fletcher 

c/o The Ghana Nkwanta Project

G.P.O. Box 6283

Bronx, NY 10451


Also please email us at Belrivers@gmail.com if you have any photos, etc. to share with the Afrikan Community.

Please E-mail us at:

Imahkus, Zakia and Elder Adunni Oshupa Tabasi
One Africa House, Cape Coast, Ghana 2003

Together we will work to build and develop the “LAND GIFT’ that was given for the betterment of all Afrikans. This LAND GIFT will be the INHERITANCE for all yet unborn Afrikan children to inherit. No longer will any Afrikan ever again in or outside of Afrika ever be LANDLESS AND HOMELESS ever again!!!