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Republic of New Afrika (U.S.)

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[Republic of New Afrika flag] image located by Cai Zhenyuan, 13 March 2005

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The Republic of New Africa was an independence movement to create a black nationals country in the late 1960s, including the United States of the states of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina.
Cai Zhenyuan, 13 March 2005


The Garvey flag might have been originally used by the Republic of New Afrika and is still sometimes attributed to it, like here:
However, the flag with changed order of colors and stripes of unequal width is really used, as can be seen here: (  image)

However, other groups which support the forming of the African-American state also make use of the original Garvey's flag, such as the Black Riders Liberation Party:
New Afrikan Independence Movement (NAIM):
Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation (FROLINAN):

the last one also using the colors in vertical pattern:
image 1, image 2 and image 3.

Tomislav Todorovic, 11 February 2015

A painting by the artist Kenneth Peeples II, named "Republic of New Afrika", shows his proposal for this would-be country's flag - the Confederate flag on which red, white and blue colors are replaced with green, red and black, respectively. The Confederate flag pattern was used because the area was once the part of the Confederate States of America.
[Republic of New Afrika flag proposal]
Tomislav Todorovic, 28 February 2015

Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation

[FROLINAN flag] image by Tomislav Todorovic, 16 May 2015

Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation (FROLINAN) is a political organization whose ultimate goal is the creation of the independent country for African-Americans - Republic of New Afrika. In order to achieve it, the organization is spreading its ideas through educational programs and use of visual arts and music. While using the Garvey colors in original horizontal pattern, FROLINAN also makes use of a vertical red-black-green flag.


  1. FROLINAN at World Afropedia

  2. RBG Communiversity website
    Image 1
    Image 2
Tomislav Todorovic, 16 May 2015