Ken Bridges Day, June 24th is primarily a day of remembrance to honor our fallen ancestor, MATAH co-founder, author, visionary, hero, Ken Bridges. Remember, Ken was assassinated Friday, 10.11.02, during the Wash., D.C. area sniper attacks. Additionally, it’s a day to honor all our ancestors who understood the importance of developing the Black economy: Madame C.J. Walker, Marcus Garvey, S.B. Fuller, A.G. Gaston, Booker T. Washington, Reginald Lewis, Amos Wilson, etc. All conscious Africans should commit to using Black produced products in their homes by ‘giving and buying’ Black from Black owned businesses to help build our economy and children’s future.