Safari Initiative Foundation's African Cultural Kickoff Celebration on
July 14 in Memphis's Orange Mound Neighborhood
On August 15, 1956 Thomas Joseph Mboya a 26 year old African subject from British East Africa arrived in the United States. Tom Mboya an African leader and a Kenya founding father sojourn to America caused the greatest influence on life in America than any single African in modern history. Both John F. Kennedy Presidency of 1960 and that of Barack Obama in 2008 are influenced by Tom Mboya. Anthony "Amp" Elmore a Karate kickboxing champion met "Mboya's Spirit" hosted a Mboya 60th Celebration.
Anthony "Amp" Elmore a Five Time World Karate/Kickboxing Champion connects his life and spirit to President Obama, President John F. Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King via that of Kenyan Hero Tom Mboya. It was Tom Mboya who got Obama Sr. to Hawaii in 1959. Elmore accounts his visit to Kenya in 1990 whereas he was visited by the "Spirit of Tom Mboya."
Anthony "Amp" Elmore a five time World Karate/Kickboxing champion seeks the cause of "Heaven and Heroes" to help bring the Africans home. Since the Atlantic Slave Trade when Africans were kidnapped from Africa as slaves no African country has offered Black Americans a "Formal State Reception" or a "cultural Pathway to return to their ancestral home of Africa. Anthony "Amp" Elmore is asking Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta to "Formally invite Black Americans home to Africa in Kenya in July 2019.
Five Time World Karate Kickboxing Champion Anthony "Amp" Elmore who lives in Memphis, Tennessee notes that President Barack Obama's upcoming July 2015 trip to Kenya and Ethiopia Connects Memphis, Tennessee, Dr. Martin Luther King and African Americans back to Africa in relationship to their African cultural Heritage and all of humanity to their one single African Heritage of humans as one people