Diallo-Sekou Bio


Diallo-Sekou was born in Jacksonville, Florida. He published his first article and column in the Then Jacksonville Free Press at the age of 19, which now is The Free Press.
In 1993 he received his degree in Commercial Art from Tampa Tech Institute.
1994 Diallo-Sekou taught a Q&A class every Sunday After 5 years with The Holy Tabernacle Community , extensive travel and opening bookstores throughout the country while being schooled in Semitic languages and comparative religions he received an Honorary Doctoral of Divinity.
2000 Diallo-Sekou wrote his first book titled “What is this State Mind?”. He continued public speaking, volunteering and collaborating with Project Open Hand & feeding the homeless throughout Atlanta, Ga.
2001 he opened his Art Gallery/Studio in Jacksonville Florida, where he ran events & programs for urban children.
2003 he established an Human Rights & Political organization called The Kemetic Empire whose mission statement is “The Upliftment of Mankind”. Under The Kemetic Empire he has traveled the country lecturing and doing workshops. He has written his 2nd Book “Understanding Jurisdiction for Moors in North America”.
Diallo-Sekou is the CEO of Private Side Media which deals with all forms of media, the most recent film “We Remember Raines”
2012 Summit of the Moors was established and done quarterly for 2 years where was geared under group economics and secure economics. The forums initiated the Sankofa Initiative as well as Urban Geoponics to address many of the issues of in the  community with economics, health, politics and food.
2014 the first Malcolm X Festival was established and has been an annual event done every year. Sankofa Saturdays : A African Centered approach done throughout the summer every Saturday to help children in the community build communication and life skills through activities and fun exercises. Warm Hearts, Warm Heads and Warm Hands was established and done on some of the coldest mornings he gives out gloves and caps to students at the bus stop. Cycle for Change was established and done to help recycle bikes and give children in the community bikes to ride to promote exercise and help prevent obesity.
Diallo-Sekou is also CEO of Urban-GeoPonics a non –profit that deals with executing sustainable concepts around owning natural resources and creating inheritable wealth for the children. He has worked with two different 4H clubs on gardening and healthy eating/living habits at S.P. Livingston and Eugene Butler. Where in 2012 established the Moors Eastside Farm and currently New Town Urban Farm/ The Farmacy. He also is an integral part of the Earn to Learn program which is done out of New Town Urban Farm focusing on the youth in the community and sustainability. (Jax, Fl, Detroit , MI, Atlanta, Ga, Louisiana)
2016 he established The Black Commission establishing the Black Agenda : Polical, Education, Economic & Medical Committees ( Jax, FL, Richamond , VA.)
Three trips to Flint , MI to deliver water and Zero Water pitchers door to door, food drive & health drive. Four trip to Baton Rouge , LA for the Alton Sterling family and to deliver money , toiletry items &

Clothing to flood victims. Operation Jacksonville supporting hurricane victim in Jacksonville ,f l. with tree cutting and removing large limbs, primarily for the elders
He has sat and serves on several boards and remains entrenched as an Organizer and Activist in the community today. The Kuumba Festival, The Cater G. Woodson, Hurting Families with Children in Crime, Million More Movement as the Minister of Education, Diallo-Sekou holds an Annual Summit based on Agriculture and Co-Operative Economics , Vice President of SCLC, He was on the frontline during
Trayvon Martin was murdered, Jordan Davis, Charles Smith,When Marissa Alexander was seeking a retrial, he stood outside demonstrating the Michael Dunn trail. Helped organize Baton Rouge and shut down the interstate in protest of Alton Sterling’s murder . Led the “Jax 19” in Jacksonville , Fl with shutting down Interstate 95 and The Harts bridge in a day in protest to local and national issue plaguing the black community. He has led the charge for local Sherriff department to getting body cameras & The city of Jacksonville meeting on creating a Civilian Review Board revisiting Consolidation of the city and beaches . Several trips to Tallahassee to sit with the administration to end School to Prison Pipeline and automatic restoration of ex-felons and the alarming unemployment rate of African Americans in Jacksonville, job creation for the youth. He created Duval Entertainment Commission to end violence in the clubs. A member of No-FLAC The Chair of SNNC a member of SCLC local Chapter, A CPAC member, The Advisory Committee for Duval County Public Schools (Eugene Butler)