We are Unifying, Strategizing & Organizing an Agenda for IAMN. Join Us in the Revolution!
(Indigenous American Muur Nation)
Our Visionary & Founder
Tabia Mawusi (Swahili for Talent In the Hands of God)
The Mend A City Movement evolved from her first live stage play of the Mend A City Saga, “MendACity: Lies Left Unspoken” produced in 2010. “Mend A City” is a play on the word mendacity, which means lies. Spirit whispered and told her, “Tear the lies apart and Mend A City!”
“Mend A City: The Movement” the live performance art piece Tabia wrote with Xulee (Vanecia Boone) and Philip J. Lightfoot was birthed out of the anger, fear and frustration the IAMN (African American-Black-Colored-Negro people) was experiencing due to the heightened awareness of the social injustices of institutional racism and white supremacy especially at the hands of police officers.
The vision for The Mend A City Movement goes beyond the stage into the hearts and minds of a people in need of healing and reparations. Waiting on the Democrats and Republicans to pass a bill for our recompense is insanity. We must take control of our own minds, our own families, our own businesses, our own schools, our own children, our our reparations.
Philip J Lightfoot