Black People : What's the Goal!!!!

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  1. Blackbird

    Blackbird Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Abusua,

    Just what is the goal of Afrikan people in America?

    1. Equal parity (social, political, economic) in America.

    2. Separate Nation-State

    3. Repatriation

    4. Oblivious Invisibility

    5. Whitening/Race Annihilaton

    5. Same ol' same ol'.


    Make a selection and explain your choice. Also please provide viable pathways to achieve the goal you selected. Discuss the feasibility of your selection and there needs to be events to happen in order to further or speed of the process.

    Your participation greatly appreciated.

    Blackbird (taking ebo to the crossroads for Esu to accept and open up opportunities)
     
  2. cherryblossom

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    There will never be any all encompassing collective "goal" amongst Blacks. Every African human being in the world will never be on the exact same "page."

    I do believe we can have "pockets/factions" of solidarity, and I hope that, one day, we can work around and through our differences for the good of our people across the Diaspora.


    However, my first choices for any suggested "goals" would be repairing/restoring the Black Family and Black dollars in Black communities.
     
  3. Keita Kenyatta

    Keita Kenyatta going above and beyond PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Here's the best way to answer your question. I look at a picture as a means of not only seeing it but of attempting to understand the mindset of the artist who painted it.

    European nation White people are in Africa....why?
    India is in Africa....why?
    China is now in Africa...why?
    American nation white people are in Africa...why?

    What land mass is the richest in terms of natural resources?
    What land mass is the richest in terms of herbal/medicinal resources?
    What land mass is the richest in terms of economic resources?

    Now for the killer question of the year. Being that all the above nations of people are in Africa because of what I've listed, where do you think we need to be??....and why should we just sit here and allow others to tap into, extract and then dish out to us what we can do for ourselves and our people here and abroad?
     
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    take a look at the Nguzo Saba and the Charter of the Organization of Afro-American Unity, written by El Hajj Malik Shabbazz and edited by Dr John Henrik Clarke, these provide a blueprint of self sufficiency and a return to the African collective ideal
     
  5. SeekingMaat

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    Blueprint for Black Power

    Dr Amos Wilson has already given us the 'blueprint' for our collective emancipation, economically, socially, spritually and financially. His book is one which is 'over looked' imo, and he gives us .. stepping stones on which to build.


    Dr Amos Wilson - Blueprint for Black Power
    Part 1 of 12


    Part 2 of 12


    Part 3 of 12


    Part 4 of 12




    scroll brothahaneef for rest of presentation.

    Peace
     
  6. Keita Kenyatta

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    These were excellent and are the reason that he was killed. Why do I say killed? I just found it strange that Amos Wilson, Khalid Muhammad, Kwami Ture and another strong brother who I forgot right now died of "brain anurisium". I wonder what it takes to bring that about? His work is a masterpiece and should be required reading for all of our people here and abroad!
     
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    In the Spirit of Sankofa and Truth!




    SeekingMaat,

    Thank you for providing this lecture of Dr. Brother Amos Wilson on the Blueprint of Black Power, very powerful and full of accurate ways to empower ourselves. Wilson places all of us, being the 7th or less generation since Slavery, still enslaved until we find our African consciousness toward deliverance.

    Particularly, Wilson is impressive when he tells us that we are not Africans, but are possessed by spirits and demons, a people that has not returned to our roots. He goes on about this possession we are under, sleep walking, etc…so as to say that until we find a remedy, our children and their children will continue the path we are on. No one in their right mind can disagree with Wilson.

    While I have you, the newsletter is up, and the T-Shirts are on the way, and we are fast closing in on the homegrown publication in the GroupThink Project-Group, as well as the new FEFF: Family Emergency Financial Fund…Peace In my sister friend.


     
  8. Ankhur

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    That book is a Blueprint,
    wheter we choose to use it depends upon are we mentaly free enough to determine our conceptions, from our perceptions, and do what is necessary for the Collective Good
     
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    The remarks I find potent were the questions that wilson posit
    towards those of us who feels that slavery was in the past and how it
    doesn’t have any effect on us today. The examples he cites ranging from
    the language we speak, to the food we eat to the religion/god concept that
    we enlarge adhere to and even the values we pursue, speak to the contrary.
     
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    Thank you all for your contributions to this old post.

    Tuhwi
     
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