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Born in the U.S., Rafiki Morris began drawing at age three and painted his first mural at age twelve. Organizing, justice and art are three long-standing strands that have defined his path, and what ultimately brought him to Trinidad & Tobago.
For 27 years Rafiki worked as an organizer for the U.S.-based All African People’s Revolutionary Party with Trinidad born activist Stokely Carmichael.
Rafiki first moved to Trinidad & Tobago in 2000 to support the National Joint Action Committee, a Black nationalist political party, in the promotion of its internationalization of Emancipation Day, and the making of a mural symbolizing the observation of emancipated slaves of African descent.
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