The Universal Zulu Nation is calling for all Members to come and walk the streets with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan at 4:30pm EST on this Sunday, September 23, 2012
735 East 165 Street
Bronx, New York 10456

(Near where 4 year old nicknamed “Little Lebron” was shot and killed in a playground during a basketball game back in July!)

We will be doing a “STOP THE KILLING MEET THE COMMUNITY WALK”. We are sick of our youth killing one another, Let’s put our guns down and raise our voices!

For more information:

The National Center Mosque Maryam
7351 South Stony Island
Chicago, Illinois 60649
(773) 324-6000


ZULU FUNK ALERT! Malika Jesaka Sekmet Auset CD & Book both on sale NOW!


Zulu Jesaka Sekmet Auset Aka Saylove currently has a 17 track CD called “The Original Mix” for $11.95 which includes US shipping & handling and/or you can just purchase both the album and her new book “Hip Hop and The Art of Peace Education,” the 1st to demonstrate the interconnect -edness of peace education & hip hop culture! for the small price of $29.95 at

This Zulu has a MA Peace Education, 2009, The UN Mandated University for Peace. Jesaka’s research project, “Peace Education and The Hip Hop Generation”, is the first text to address the interconnectedness of critical pedagogy (peace education) and hip hop culture. At present She is working to free human trafficking victim Sara Kruzan and collaborating with international groups as Epicentro Urbano and Trasciende: Asociacion Guatemalteca. “Empowering people via critical pedagogy, sustainable practices and music for a culture of peace.”


Native to Maine, one of the last true school emcees, SAYLOVE has graced the stage among hip hop legends such as Brand Nubian, X-Clan, Ice-T, KRS-One, Immortal Technique, Afrika Bambaataa, Soul Sonic Force, Killah Priest, Keith Murray, The Force MD’s and Kool Keith. Her work has caught the attention of producers and academics from the Tri-State to Tunisia. A notable emcee in Maine hip hop battles of the late 90’s into the 2k’s, SAYLOVE’s full length project THE ORIGINAL MIX dropped summer of 2012.

2007 and 2008 Saylove was voted 1st up to The Best Hip Hop Act of the Year in the Portland Phoenix Best Music Poll. She worked then as a solo artist and DJ’d also in night clubs. 2006-2008 Saylove produced the acclaimed radio program DDP on WMPG, featuring the likes of Lupe Fiasco and Davey D. In 2008 Saylove relocated to Central Am. to work on international music projects while earning her MA. In 2009 and in 2010 Saylove performed at The Hip Hop Cultural Center in Harlem, NY and SOB’s in Manhattan for the 36th and 37th Annual Anniversary of the Almighty Universal Zulu Nation. Other 2010 performances include Hip Hop 4 Haiti in Costa Rica and “Rock That!” at The Big Easy in Portland, Maine.

Saylove has singles available on iTunes. Associated acts: Jazzy Peoples, Insight, Group Hug, MC Lyte’s Hip Hop Sisters, Jasiri-X, Sev-One, F-1 Networkz. Let me personally say that I have worked with this Sister on my upcoming album as well (Strength in numbers Featuring Glorious Quan, Black U.N, O-Man, and Saylove) and she is the truth!

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The following message is by Zulu King James Scott!

We are creating a way to network our family worldwide to give the chapters and members a way to meet, chat, and network with their brothers and sisters internationally.  This will make Zulu Nation’s family stronger and giving them the opportunity to be a self-contained nation.  There are services that we can keep in Zulu Nation like graphic and web design and so much more.  Why go outside of Zulu Nation when the correct talent is already in house, that way we can decide our own path and not the path that we are dictated.  Using this infrastructure we can create a worldwide universal to take place on our own network every Sunday @ 4 pm Eastern time. This universal will be a positive atmosphere where dancers, artists, mc’s, and dj’s can arise to have the freedom of expressing and showcasing their talents while also bringing families and communities together.  Finally a foundation where individuals can make legendary Hip Hop history.

Zulu Natives Council

For more information on the web:

Zulu Faces, Hip-Hop For Ever! formerly www​



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