Don’t even walk close to large vehicles because you can’t see inside them. Try not to be out at night and certainly don’t walk alone. Hold hands with Smith & Wesson, Mace or Dr. Shock. Panic alarms are louder than a whistle or scream.
Share your wealth with your own people first, supporting them in every way.
We need multiple sources in the family to fall back on if need be. Don’t just “plant a seed”, cultivate it to successful growth! If only our people could think about the money they’ve spent wishing on lotteries, or buying stuff they didn’t need… just wanted.
Consider the money spent on entertainment, or trying to look like the oppressors. I say “oppressors”, because if they did not oppress people for being their natural selves through discrimination and prejudice, people wouldn’t think about trying to look like them, let alone spend their money up doing it.
A focus of supplying all of our needs through our people would require great strength and courage through self-discipline. It would require a discipline that is completely foreign to most. It would require the love of self and self-kind that has almost become an old cliché.
The love of one’s country in America is displayed through Sports, Music, Movies, Books, and many other forms of “media“. It is not displayed, however, in the actions of its citizens toward one another outside of Entertainment.
Entertainment is a fictitious world and many people live their lives in it. That is what takes away the reality and urgency of the here and now. That is why the necessary self-discipline required, is actually foreign to those people who live their lives in Entertainment.
It is also easier to wish and hope than to put MONEY towards something POSITIVE! Be part of the solution. Support the Department of Africa today!
Some of us have a born need to help others.
Maybe we keep coming back…
There is no evidence to believe that the mind ceases with death, other than an experience I had when I apparently dehydrated myself. As I walked to get some water, I blacked out. I remember seizing up and for a second, I had total peace, rest, and darkness.
Then I was back!
My eyes opened to discover my glasses still on my face, as I lay stretched out on the floor. My body was in line with the metal corner of a treadmill. I was lying on my hands, which had both curled up under me. Then I noticed the blood. It was my head. I split my head. How serious was it? I got up and went to the sink.
Wow, my head is split! It was serious, yet could have been much worse. I exited the body at a time when it was perfect for me to fall in a way that did not break anything (thank GOD), but it did leave a mark for me to remember. I don’t know if the darkness, peace, and silence would have continued or if I would have come back in another baby…
Is there a reason not to believe reincarnation is a reality? I had to have been here before and I realize that my being here now, looking like any number of people who have been exploited, abused, and rejected, has to be for a reason other than my parents made me!
Trust me, there aren’t enough access orgs.
I know I echo many of the sentiments of others who look like me, so I must ask, how many? How many are willing to overcome the self-defeating programming that has kept people who look like us in poverty and ignorance? I know that there are a number of brothers and sisters trying to fund ideas to help preserve those who look like us from annihilation and this is yet another.
The Department of Africa is created to be a funding source for those grassroots and other initiatives. Irrespective of the efforts of other organizations. The Department of Africa is asking for your help to empower it. It’s a stretch for many of us I know, as times are tight. I am fully aware of what happened to us and what is happening today.
The Department of Africa hopes that you can afford a few dollars to help fund its initiatives . This request is to Africans and Americans of African descent. If you are of another persuasion and wish to assist with your dollars, you too will be appreciated!
With research as a specialty and writing as a hobby.
What is the Department of Africa? It is a concept, of course, created as a tool of access for Africans and Americans of African and Indigenous descent to services and programs that may be inaccessible for any number of reasons.
We recognize our citizenship in this country, and we acknowledge our and our ancestor’s contributions to America, and the World. We seek to build upon all that our ancestors have shown us in science and technology.
Surely it is known by now, that we are all we have, and we have what we need to accomplish what we will! We as a people, only need to redirect our spending and giving.
In the Spirit of Ubuntu, the Department of Africa exists. It is a 501(c 4 Social Welfare Org with Political Component. Ordinarily, your contributions are non-deductible for Political Organizations, however, the Department of Africa will only engage primarily in 501(c3 activities. Your contributions, for 2016 should be deductible.
There are several programs for which the Department of Africa will be an access point for. We’ve identified a number of services to be provided for homeless, low-income, indigenous and immigrants. They, however, require fees to be paid to the gov’t agencies in order for access. We need your help with a gift you can afford.
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Who will help turn the pain and anger into positive plans of action? Dollars are needed to implement.
Although you may feel that it is a waste of your time to give $5 online, let me assure you that if you do, and encourage your friends to give what they can, be it little or much, you won’t regret it.
The Department of Africa Home School Networks must become a reality and it can in short order, with your help!
Donate to the Department of Africa!
An American of African or Man of Indigenous descent innovated the design of the first mobile cell phone.
In other words, he was the “idea” man behind getting it out of the car or big clunky bag. He attributes much to HBCUs…
Dr. Umar Johnson is a wealth of information and a strong motivator. His analysis of the Black plight, are always on point.
I can’t agree that “war” was the reason for the Ferguson rebellion, however, because what warrior would loot for Jordans and TVs? I agree that our children need to learn a trade or several. Then they will always be marketable regardless of the economy.
The Department of Africa is in effect!