Open communication lines between people of African descent around the globe by building a pen pal networking educational system  

Educate people about ancient African history

Educate people of about the philosophy and opinions of Marcus Garvey

Generate proceeds for “affiliated” nonprofits

Host an annual Pan–African conference in a selected African country (livestream available for those who cannot travel abroad) 

To provide a visual and written history of every African country, along with networking and travel contacts

Provide an alternative to mainstream entertainment

Create a global platform with a solid revenue stream for artists and musicians who represent RBG Pan-African principals

Educate people about Africa’s contributions to Western Civilization

Provide an introduction course to the concept of social entrepreneurship

Educate people about the flawed methodology used in the Bell Curve regarding racial hierarchy of intelligence. Provide a brief introduction course regarding racial Pseudo Science.

Educate people about the history of Neo colonialism

Educate people about the history of Pan Africanism & Liberia

Allow participants to experience displays of African Music, Arts, Food, and Clothing

Introduce Africa Town in American cities as a Pan-African concept of rebuilding low in-come black communities or self-gentrification (AKA China Town) Family /Ethics / Community / Personal Responsibility

Utilize One on One dialogue – Facetime & Live Stream

Event Fundraisers for Annual Trip Overseas to Africa

Artists and Musicians who represent Pan-African RBG principals

Every year 1up Entertainment selects a group of artists and speakers to travel to selected cities promoting Pan-African RBG values

In each city, artists and speakers will host a morning lecture at a school or a location negotiated by 1up Entertainment. Topics will be selected beforehand. Free PDF copies of “The Philosophy and Opinions of Marcus Garvey.” will be distributed. Books, T-shirts, etc., will be available for the general public.

Artists will partake in a Clean up the hood drive (picking up trash, painting, feeding the homeless, or whatever the community decides is needed.

Concerts will take place in a selected venue. Free PDF copies of “The Philosophy and Opinions of Marcus Garvey” will be distributed. Books, T-shirts, and so on will be available for the general public. Local & mainstream artists promoting Pan- African RBG principles will be selected beforehand to open the show.

We will support and promote the annual Hip-Co festival in Liberia (West Africa) to help make it a global event promoting Pan-African RBG principles, while creating revenue streams for all artists involved.




For More Information

Contact: Brother Saye

Phone: 404-923-0255

Email: 1upEntertainment@gmx.com