KAMBUF African Kingdoms - Sovereign City States Of KAMBUF

The United African Kingdoms Of KAMBUF

UAK-KAMBUF

The Founding United African Kingdoms of KAMBUF

List of founding African Kingdoms Claimed By;

The “New” Nation of United African Kingdoms Of KAMBUF

*(With-Ties) Governments Where African Kingdoms will be established within that said governments borders,.. Using Traditional and Historical Settlements, of African Of Descent People,..

** African Diaspora Kingdoms; Where African Kingdoms will be established within that said governments borders,.. Using Traditional and Historical Settlement, of African Of Descent People,..

Algeria

Angola

**Barbados

Benin

Botswana

**Brazil

Burkina Faso

Burundi

Cabo Verde

Cameroon

Central African Republic (CAR)

Chad

Colombia

Comoros

Congo, Democratic Republic of the

Congo, Republic of the

Cote d'Ivoire

**Cuba

Djibouti

**Dominican Republic

**Ecuador

Egypt

Equatorial Guinea

Eritrea

Eswatini (formerly Swaziland)

Ethiopia

*France

Gabon

Gambia

Ghana

Grenada

Guinea

Guinea-Bissau

Guyana

Haiti

*Italy

Jamaica

Kenya

Lesotho

Liberia

Libya

Madagascar

Malawi


Mali

Mauritania

Mauritius

Morocco

Mozambique

Namibia

Niger

**Peru

**Puerto Rico

Nigeria

Rwanda

Sao Tome and Principe

Senegal

Seychelles

Sierra Leone

*Spain

Somalia

**South Africa** Subject to Immediate “Realm Rent Tax”

South Sudan

Sudan

**Suriname

Tanzania

Togo

Trinidad and Tobago

Tunisia

Uganda

*United Kingdom

*United States

**Venezuela

Zambia

Zimbabwe

*Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic

*Republic of Somaliland

Major KAMBUF - African Kingdoms Of The United States

Major African Kingdom Cities Claimed By The Nation Of KAMBUF

In The United States Of America

National rankings

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African Kingdoms Cities and Towns Claimed By The Nation Of KAMBUF

In The United States Of America

Alabama

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Arizona

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Arkansas

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  • Pine Bluff (65.9%)
  • West Memphis, Arkansas (55.9%)

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California

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Connecticut

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Delaware

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District of Columbia

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In 2011 Washington’s black population slipped below 50 percent according to the Brookings Institution.[1]

Florida

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Illinois

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Indiana

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Georgia

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Kentucky

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Louisiana

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Maryland

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Michigan

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Pennsylvania

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Mississippi

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Missouri

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New Jersey

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New York

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Ohio

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Oklahoma

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North Carolina

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Tennessee

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South Carolina

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Texas

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Virginia

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West Virginia

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African Kingdom Neighborhoods Claimed By The Nation Of KAMBUF

In The United States Of America

Birmingham

Black Belt – 18 counties in Alabama, a total of 52% African-American population.[2]

Hobson City

Mobile

Montgomery

Prichard

Skyline

White Hall

Anchorage

Fairbanks

Flagstaff: Southside

McNary: The Quarters

Miracle Valley

Mobile

Phoenix

Randolph

Rillito

Tucson: Dunbar Spring

Altheimer

Conway

Dumas

Gould

Grady

Helena and West Helena

Jonesboro

Little Rock

Pine Bluff

Stuttgart

West Memphis

Allensworth in Tulare County

West Anaheim – formerly Manchester Avenue. Now along Magnolia Street.[citation needed]

Antelope Valley[3]

Bakersfield has a black section.

Berkeley

Blythe

California City[4]

Central Coast[5]

Oxnard, Santa Barbara, Sand City, Seaside, Simi Valley and Ventura

Woodland Park, Chula Vista[6]

Corcoran (15%) in San Joaquin Valley.

East Palo Alto – one of Silicon Valley’s largest black percentage cities (15%)

Emeryville

Fairfield – one of CA's largest black percentage cities (25%)

Fresno in the city's west side.

Hayward – large black population in eastern San Francisco Bay Area.

Lake Elsinore – Yarborough neighborhood of Old Town. Riverside County – goes back to the 1880s when the city incorporated.

Long Beach

Los Angeles

Los Angeles County

Marin City

Oakland[12]

Oceanside

Pasadena (esp southwest side and South Pasadena) [13]

Richmond

Riverside

  • Blaine Park.
  • East Side Riverside – along University and Chicago Avenues.
  • North End Riverside.
  • Raincross Square – downtown.
  • University City.
  • University Heights.

Nearby cities:

Sacramento

San Bernardino area –

  • Downtown San Bernardino.
  • Indian Springs, near Seccombe Lake Park.
  • Mount Vernon Avenue.
  • University District, San Bernardino (Kendall Farms and North Park).
  • Waterman-North End.
  • West Side San Bernardino.

Nearby cities:

San Diego

San Diego area-

San Francisco

San Jose – 5% black, lowest of US major cities

Southern Orange County – small but known black populations, like Irvine, Lake Forest and Mission Viejo.

Stockton – one of CA's highest black percentage cities (20%)

Suisun City (20%) – Solano County.

Tustin (est. 5%).

Vallejo (CA's largest black community-25%).

Yuba City[15]

Mono Lake and nearby Bishop, Mammoth Lakes and Round Valley developed large Black percentages near the NV state line. Blythe, Big River, Havasu and Needles near the AZ state line. And towards Oregon (Siskiyou county) and the Mexican border (Imperial valley)

Denver

Florence, Colorado

Aurora, Colorado

Olney Springs, Colorado

Fountain, Colorado

Limon, Colorado

Bloomfield

Blue Hills

Bridgeport[16]

Capaco

Danbury

North End, Hartford

Middleton

New Haven

New London

Norwalk

Stamford

Waterbury

(Washington, D.C.)

Peaking at 75% black in the mid-1970s after five previous decades of the Great Migration increased the black population five-fold, DC is 46–49% black in 2018. DC remains the largest African-American percentage population of any state or territory in the mainland US.[citation needed]

Angola

Belle Glade

East Dunbar, Fort Myers

Fort Lauderdale

Gretna

Jacksonville

Miami and Miami-Dade County

Orange County

Newtown, Palatka

Pahokee

Kendall Green, Pompano Beach

Polk County

  • Moorehead, now the cite of RP Funding Center
  • Webster Park

Prospect Bluff Historic Sites

Riviera Beach

Fort Mose Historic State Park, St. Augustine

Sanford

Sea Islands (northern coast), home to the Gullah and Geechee peoples (African creoles).

South Bay

Frenchtown, Tallahassee

Tampa

Carver Ranches, West Park

Atlanta

Augusta[20]

Bellevue, Macon

Cairo

Clayton County

Douglasville

Hancock County

Jefferson County

Lithonia

Savannah

Sea Islands (southern coast), home to the Gullah and Geechee peoples (African creoles).

Stewart County, Georgia

Stone Mountain

Talbot County, Georgia

Brooklyn

Cairo

Chicago

Cook County

East St. Louis

Gary

Indianapolis

Merrillville

Washington Township, Randolph County (outside Lynn – 1% while it's higher outside Lynn)

Cedar Rapids

Des Moines

Quad Cities area

Saylorville

West Des Moines

Cherokee Township (Weir, Kansas)

Dodge City

Kansas City, Kansas

Wichita

Lexington

Louisville

Paducah – While the city itself is about 25% African American, the city school district's high school is about 50% African American.

Russellville

Acadiana region in Louisiana has several historically African-American majority towns.

Bastrop

Baton Rouge

Black Belt of Louisiana [21] - Bobtown, Mossville, St. Maurice and Washington.

Mississippi Delta region.

New Orleans

Shreveport

Tallulah

Wallace


Kennedy Park, Portland

Anne Arundel County

Baltimore

Baltimore County

Charles County

Prince George's County

Somerset County

Boston

Brockton

Everett

Lynn

Medford

  • West Medford

New Bedford

Oak Bluffs- (sizable affluent Black-African American community, esp. tourism and seasonal residences)

Randolph

Springfield

Worcester

Bay City

Benton Harbor – site of 2003 riots

Beverly Hills

Birmingham

Bloomfield area-

  • Bloomfield Village
  • Charing Cross
  • Circle
  • Oak Grove

Bloomfield Hills

West Bloomfield[citation needed]

Detroit

Flint

Hamtramck

Highland Park

Inkster

Jackson

Kalamazoo

Lansing

Midland