THE UNIVERSAL NEGRO IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION AFRICA COMMUNITIES LEAGUEUNIA-ACLTHE OFFICIAL WEBSITE
ONE GOD - ONE AIM - ONE DESTINY
The President General [Hon. Michael R. Duncan from New York] is the working head of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League and he is responsible for the entire working and carrying out of all commands. He shall instruct all officers on their duties and see that such duties are properly performed. Under the leadership of Hon. Michael R. Duncan (since August 2016), the UNIA has achieved much: 1. First International Convention held in Africa – August 2019 in Liberia
2. 2017 Creation of the FACA♦ROC – following in the footsteps of Hon. Marcus Garvey
3. 2019 Return of the Garvey’s Voice - Official Publication of the UNIA
4. Expansion of the UNIA Soccer Program – Rosedale Soccer Club
5. 2020 Creation of Liberty Farms in Africa
6. 2015 Establishment of COMMUNITY FOCUS Radio Show in New York
7. 2019 Return of the AFRICAN REDEMPTION
The Second Assistant President General [Bro. Raymond Dugué from New York] assists the President General in the performance of such duties of his office as shall be assigned to him by the President General. He is responsible for the Division Presidents, Minister of Education, Minister of Membership, and Minister of Science & Technology
The Fourth Assistant
President General [Sis. Basiymah Muhammad Bey from Philadelphia] assists the
President General in the performance of such
duties of his office as shall be assigned to her by the President General. She is
responsible for the Black Cross Nurses, the International Organizer, Minister of Arts & Culture, and Surgeon
General /Minister of Health. Sister Basiymah Muhammad Bey has been fourth
Assistant President General since 2008.
The Secretary General [Sis.
Brenda Amoakon from Chicago] shall have in her custody all correspondence of
the Universal Negro Improvement
Association and African Communities’ League. She shall have under control all
Divisional Secretaries and shall conduct the general correspondence of the organization. Sis. Brenda Amoakon is a long
time UNIA member as are her mom, and all of her family members.
The Minister of Arts and Culture [Sis. Delali Osun Haligah from Africa & US] is responsible for the promotion and promulgation of traditional and contemporary African culture throughout the UNIA. Sis. Delali has lived in West Africa, East Africa, and the USA as well as Jamaica and is the proud owner of Osun Designs and the creator of Queens Fashion Week.
The District 2 Commissioner [Bro. Khabyr Hadas from Philadelphia] is responsible for the UNIA promotion and organization of the localities of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware as well as the supervision of all divisions therein.