MBM - Still the owner of domain?

I would like to know if MBM is still the owner of this site. 

The site was down for so long that it's possible that it was bought by someone else.  I even thought about buying the domain myself after it was down so long, thinking that MBM had given up on AA.org or something.  

It would be nice for MBM to chime in and let us know whether or not he is still the owner of AA.org.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"I'm just trying to make a way out of no way, for my people" -Modejeska Monteith Simpkins

 

AFRICAN AMERICA IS AT WAR

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICA

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICANS

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

AMERICA'S RACISTS HAVE INFILTRATED AMERICAN POLICE FORCES TO WAGE A RACE WAR AGAINST BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

THE BLACK RACE IS AT WAR

FIRST WORLD WAR:  THE APPROXIMATELY 6,000 YEAR WORLD WAR ON AFRICA AND THE BLACK RACE

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  @Sista Sunnubian.  I think he still does.  But I say that only cuz if the site was up for new ownership, wouldn't it be indicated?  And if someone already bought it wouldn't it be announced the site is under new management?  You can probably ask the folks on Hoopla.  They would know.  Also, I suggest sending MBM an email through AA.org.   I haven't looked to see if his data is still on here.  But there are ways to find out whether or not he is still the owner.   But!

  Just quickly looked through the site and MBM past data is still on site i.e. his commentary, guidelines...etc.  So if aa.org was owned by someone different I suspect an introduction would be in order and MBM stuff would be taken down and replaced with the new owner's information.  So what I can see I still think MBM is the owner or lead person on this site.  Could be wrong of course.  But!

Thanks, guys.

I'm just tired of seeing African American 'means of communication' being bought [and therefore, controlled] by America's Whites/establishment agenda by their constantly trying to steer the Black/African American conversations in particular directions of useless rhetoric about insignificant b.s., and far away from any serious converstion and/or debate about the deliberate socio-economic undermining of African America and the racism, racist politics, racist terrorism, and neo-slave plantations perpetually being used to cripple and destroy Black people in America.

  Bravo my brotha!  Now I will have TWO new museums to visit .  I was extra excited about the African American Museum in Washington.....now I have another one to look forward to.  Good looking out Brotha MBM!  I am sooooooooooooooo proud of you!!!  You are totally committed to keeping the legacy of your great great grandfather alive....as well as the other ancestors who came with him[as slaves to Gadsden's Wharf].  Bravo again!!!  The next generation will know his name.  Makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.  But! 

CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK

Charleston Needs That African American Museum. And Now.

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Michael Boulware Moore, president of the International African American Museum, at Gadsden’s Wharf, where African slaves once arrived. If the remaining funding comes, the museum will be built there.CreditKate Thornton for The New York Times
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CHARLESTON, S.C. — The unmarked property, beside a big, bland postwar apartment building, is now an empty grass lot and de facto park. Cabin cruisers gently bob at a pier.

In this part of Charleston, just north of the historic, postcard district, industry has increasingly been giving way to boxy condominium developments with names like The Gadsden, after this city’s Revolutionary War-era patriot, merchant, and sometime slave trader, Christopher Gadsden.

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A rendering of the proposed International African American Museum that would be built on the waterfront in Charleston, S.C.CreditPei Cobb Freed

Justice delayed, as the saying goes.

If it’s to be served, that empty plot, still waiting on private donations and $11 million in state funding, will be occupied by a subdued, modernist, 47,000-square-foot pavilion raised above the ground on thick columns clad in precast oyster-shell tabby.

Congrats, MBM. 

You're always 'moving and shaking' up in this 'belly of the beast'.

Thank you for striving to keep our history alive, and for keeping key facts about the history of African Americans in South Carolina alive.

Considering the number of our ancestors that actually came through the port of Charleston, [and the fact that nearly ALL African Americans have ties to the South] I'm surprised that there is not already an African American History Museum in Charleston, S. C.

And on another note, Black people should OWN that market in downtown Charleston, considering that it used to be a 'Slave' [hostage] auction.

Again, MBM, thank you for all you do, and thanks for getting the site back up and running.  

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