Thursday, December 13, 2007

Robert Taylor Got It Right- No Mo Hand Guns!

Blacks Need to Be in the Forefront of the Anti-Gun Movement
If the world was mine to rule, all handguns in the United States of America would be banned and at most I would leave a few closely regulated rifles for hunting. This may be a somewhat radical position but it is an absolutely necessary one – especially for Black America.

The simple fact is that we do virtually nothing with guns but kill one another. The Ku Klux Klan never killed and maimed as many Blacks as Blacks kill and maim one another. In America today, more African Americans are victims of homicides than are victims of AIDS. There is no reason to disbelieve the latest Justice Department figures which show that 90 percent of Blacks killed in this country are killed by other Blacks and in approximately 60 percent of the killings a handgun is used.

When are we going to wake up! Guns do not protect use; they kill us. They turn punks, thugs and the mentally deficient into domestic terrorists spreading fear, mayhem and death. This is fear, mayhem and death in which they simply would not be able to engage if it were not for that gun. How long will America, both Black and white, continue to witness deranged people killing dozens at malls, college campuses and neighborhoods and remain silent about the evil of guns?

We live in the most violent country in the world. No one kills more Americans than other Americans. And although we are only 13 percent of the nation’s population, we account for better that 40 percent of gun deaths. The starting point for attacking this gun culture is a change in attitude. The beliefs that owning a gun makes you a man and is a symbol of freedom is downright psychotic.

Neither manhood nor freedom comes from the barrel of a gun. And we are not talking theory. As a matter of actual fact the only things coming from guns in America today are robberies, burglaries, rapes and murders. And disproportionately we are the victims.

As such, we, as a people interested in survival, should be in the forefront of local and national efforts to ban the ownership of handguns. We must support politicians who will make a stand against the gun lobby. In the 21 century, gun ownership is down right uncivilized.

Do not allow false phrase mongering to destroy the Black race. When someone says “If you outlaw guns, only outlaws will have guns” tell them they are speaking foolishness. From Canada to a host of European countries, every where guns have been banned both violence and deaths are reduced. Secure, civilized nations are no-gun nations. What can anyone do with an assault rifle but kill innocent people?

The simple fact is that America is neither secure nor civilized and never will be as long as there are between 60 million and 100 million guns floating around this nation.

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Sunday, December 09, 2007

Do MA'AT and Live!

Do MA'AT and Live!

Ma'at is a ancient afro-centric term originating from the fundamental principles of ancient Egyptian Spirituality.

Note: The original name for Egypt was "Kemet" which means "The Black Land" or "Land of The Blacks". After the Greek invasion in 332 B.C.E., the name was then changed to Egypt.
Ma'at is the hightest and oldest form of Kemetic Spirituality. It is the fundamental principle of the divine, natural and social order establish by Ra (God) at the time of creation. Ma'at is that which the Creator loves and requires, and humans love and request. Ma'at is the very essence of the Creator/Creatress. (principle of duality) It is also the basis of the existing relationship between the Creator and the creation. In other words, everything that the Crerator/Creatress is, so are we. We are born with all the essential necessities to become complete human beings according to the requirements of the Crerator.

As Dr. Maulana Karenga suggest: The human nature is endowed by Ra (God) and is essentially good, for it is in his likeness. Therefore, there is no need for religious transformation like conversion or salvation. The divine nature is already there, it simply has to be cultivated through teaching followed by practice. Moreover,then, there is no conception`of original sin or existenial defect as partrayed by Judeo-Christian anthropology. That is to say, one is not born in sin, but in the context of posibility. Therefore offenses to Ra (God), humans (fellow man), and nature can be corrected by teaching and self-corrective practice and do not require confession and conversion, or divine grace to an unworthy and inherently sinful being.

Understanding Ma'at allows us to be able to transend to the highest level of spirituality. One must first "KNOW" who they are in light of their relationship with the Creator/Creatress, and not what someone else has said they are!

In summation the manifestation of Ma'at is partrayed through these seven (7) cardinal virtues: Truth, Justice, Righteousness, Harmony, Balance, Reciprocity, and Order. This should be our acclamated goal. To strive for excellence in all we do so that no fault can be found in our character.

There must be an established common unity between the Creator and the creation. To be truly righteous is to be one with Ra (God) and to share in his spiritual essence. "Know thy self" then you will know the Creator.

Without Ma'at, the world and the universe as we know it will cease to exist. The seven (7) cardinal virtures or principles of Ma'at mentioned above in operation causes everything in the universe to remain in it's proper place. The disruption of any of these principles will result in chaos in the universe as well as our personal lives. Therefore, it is crucial that we understand and implement these principles daily. Let's examine them briefly:

Truth = The supreme reality based on actual facts proven by the presentation of evidence. "Truth is a reality, not a belief system".

Justice = The upholding of righteousness and fair treatment to the highest standard of morality.
And thus, Justice is given to one who does what is loved and punishment is given to one who does what is hated. (The Book of Knowing the Creations)

Righteousness = Living in truth, acting in justices. Life itself can be understood or viewed as motion or movement. It began at birth, and ends at death. One cannot reach the end without a means or vehicle. Thus, righteousness is the vehicle of life with truth as the guide and justice as the steerimg wheel.

Act righteously for the Lord of righteousness whose righteousness is righteousness indeed. When goodness is good it is truly good. Surely righteousness is for eternity. It goes to the grave with those who do it. When they are buried and the earth envelops them, their name is not erased from the face of the earth. They are remembered because of their goodness. For this is a principle established by the word of God. Speak right and do right. For righteousness is mighty. It is great; it endures; its worth is real and it leads one to blessedness. Wrongdoing does not achieve its goal, but one who is righteous reaches dry land. (Book of Khun-Anup VIII)
Harmony = The act of abiding in agreement. Sharing the same interest. A strong sense of togetherness. Another word for harmony is unity.

Balance = A weighing device to determine the weight of one object as oppose to another to establish a equilibrium. Balance is also defined as a state of mental, phychological, or emotional stability. When one experiences difficulties in their lives, the first reaction is to fine someone to blame. The painful reality is that whatever difficulties, problems, or situations that arise in our lives is caused by something we did or did not do which created a imbalance.

Reciprocity = Derives from the word Reciprocal which gives reference to two or more persons or things interchangeable or complementry to each other. Something performed, experienced, or felt by both sides. The ability to give and receive mutually, or for one to take the place of another. Therefore, we can define Reciprocity as "A mutual cooperative relationship.
Order = A process or method by which something takes place. A logical or comprehensible arrangement of something so that proper functioning may be achieved. Like harmony and balance, any disruption of order results in chaos. Order then is proper arrangement.
Ma'at teaches without order, there can be no harmony. Without harmony, there can be on balance. Without balance, there can be no reciprocity. The foundation of these principles are Truth, Justice, and Righteousness.

Live Ma'at, Do Ma'at, Speak Ma'at and the divine blessing of life will overtake you.

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One Love, One People, One Goal: Black Empowerment

Charles Earl Campbell

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Black Independent Women Need Black Men

This is one of my responses to Ms. Rheema Ellis, NBC Reporter series on Black Women the week of November 26-30th 2007. My heart goes out to you. I could see the pain and joy on your face and in your voice. You and NBC are doing a great job with this series. I needed to hear from those women as a divorced 40 year old Black African American Man.

I am working to implement a plan to improve the Black man, Black Woman and Black Family. Black Love must be our common bond. A degree or job can never replace a Black man, neither can a White or Hispanic Man. Therefore I offer this idea to solve the problem. Serious Black Men and Black Women should form Bi-monthly meetings where they talk about a topics regarding relationship: These groups should be no more than 20 people per group. They can be held at a local school, church or community center on Saturday Mornings from 8-10 AM. The topics should be the same for each group each month. However, the second meeting should be mixed, where men listen and not talk. The following month's mix meeting women must listen and not talk. One requirement is that you must have spent the previous month listening before you can talk at the mixed meeting. Why this idea. Black men and Black Women have never been taught how to honestly communicate with each other.

Ms. Ellis, I believe that you could establish and become the spokesperson for such an effort.

Black men love Black Women! Black Women have helped to restore our humanity after racism repeated takes it away. Our pride and ego often gets in the way of our common sense. To answer the question, when did things start to go down for Black People, it correlates with integration and desegregation.

Thank you so much for helping to shed a light on Black Women.

Black Independent Women Need Black Men

After watching the full interview online that aired on Wednesday, November28, 2007, I felt the need to respond by posting a blog. I try not to post anything just for the sake of blogging. I felt compelled to address several issues raised by Ms. Ellis and her panel of Black Women. First let me state for the record, that I Love Black African American People unconditionally. I may not always agree with some of the inappropriate behavior that some Black people engage in, but I have an understanding of why. Black Women, we love you! We need you! We respect and appreciate you! One the other hand, we abuse you! We disrespect you! We abandon you!

It would talk Dr. Alvin Puissant or Dr. Ray Hagins ( to fully explain why we hate the very thing we love. Black women have been the stable rock of the family, because the Black Man was systematically attacked. I know! Black Women don’t want to hear No excuses. They believe that they made it in this racist society and life ain’t been easy for them either. They are right. It is time for Black Men to get over our excuses about Racism. Our women perceive us as weak, because we stopped fighting for them and our families. Racist and racism will always exits, but we don’t have to let it control our behavior and lives. Live free or die trying! That means spending some time learning about healthy Black Relationships and practicing what we learn. Black Men have time to give. Give it to Black Women and Black Children. When we change our behavior, we will earn their love and respect. As many Black Men know, there ain’t no feeling like being loved by a Black Women.

Let me suggest this to Black Women. The reason you can not walk away from your children is because they imprinted themselves on your soul during pregnancy and after birth. Men must be required to spend a minimum of three hours per day with their child between birth and six months. They must change the diapers, feed, bathe, rock to sleep, play with, provide love when the cry and allow their souls to be imprinted. Once this bonding occurs, it will be difficult for him to walk away from his child/ ren.

Black Women must also learn about the Black Man. He is a unique and different human being, uniquely shaped by his history and that of his father, grandfather, great-grandfather. He is born with gifts, talents and aspirations that this racist society does everything to destroy. Because there are few or no strong Black Communities with Strong Black Leaders, he is prepared in elementary and middle school to be hunted for the Prison Industrial Complex. He has a value of $30,000 per year to a private prison. In a racist system that will not spend $10,000 per year for four years to educate him. Black Men and Black Women must be retrained and reeducated to love each other, or the racist plan will have worked and we will turn away for the Black African American Race. We dishonor our ancestors when we knowing or unknowing seek love, respect and affirmation outside of our race.

There is something almost magical about the Love of a Black Woman and a Black Man. It’s a Power that transcends time and space. If you’ve seen it, you know it. You enjoy being in it presence. That’s the spiritual and cosmic bond of a Black Man and a Black Woman in love.

Much Respect!
One Love, One People, One Goal: Black Empowerment

Charles E. Campbell

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Do Black Colleges and Universities Teach Black Consciousness?

Consciousness is an awakening of the mind. A Black Consciousness is an awakening of the mind to Black history, culture and conditions of Black People. A Black Consciousness is created through exposure to information, such a book entitled: Black Labor White Wealth and PowerNomics written by Dr. Claud Anderson, The Conspiracy to Destroy Black Boys by Dr. J. Kunjufu, The Miseducation of the Negro by Dr. Carter G. Woodson, The Destruction of Black Civilization by Dr. Chancellor Williams, Africa and The New World Order by Dr. John Henrik Clarke, How Western Religions Underdeveloped African Civilizations by Professor James Small, Education for Liberation Message by Dr. Leonard Jefferies and so many others. A Black Consciousness allows a Black Person to develop a group identity, a positive self esteem and a desire to use their God given talents to uplift and empower their people.

Black Colleges and Universities should be exposing students to this information, if they expect to develop Black Leaders in all fields of study who will make a change in the Black Community. Students can not demand a true education if they think what they are already getting is one. I challenge all Black Students to read Black Labor White Wealth and The Miseducation of a Negro. Those two books will prick your conscious and create a new awareness of your Blackness and why it is important for this society to keep you unconscious and asleep in the Matrix. Black Students represent the hopes and aspirations of those who were not able to attend college. Those you left behind in you small towns or cities. If you education is about the “I got to get minds mentality” then you will never be any good to your family or your community. Black Students should demand to have at least one required course before graduation that will help you understand Black History Prior to white enslavement, racism, discrimination, prejudice, the justice system and what are current struggles for equality, justice and economic justice is all about. I know that it is fashionable to be stupid about such matters to some college students and that saddens me. Especially when administrators from my undergraduate reponded to me with statements like this: "We had a Voluntary Black Studies Course and had to cancel it because no or too few Black Students would sign up for it".

I hope Black College Students are not too asleep to understand what is happening in America in 2007. If they understood what happened in 1907, 1947, 1957, 1967 and 1987 then they would get it. A Miseducation prepares one to get a job, but a Conscious Education prepares one to lead a people and a nation. Which one are you or your children or grandchildren being prepared for?

One Love, One People, One Goal: Black Empowerment

Charles E. Campbell

Sunday, September 30, 2007

Two Jesus in Jena, LA Separate and Unequal

Jena 6 District Attorney Reed Walters said the demonstration had no influence on his decision not to press the adult charges, and ended his news conference by saying that only God kept the protest peaceful. "The only way — let me stress that — the only way that I believe that me or this community has been able to endure the trauma that has been thrust upon us is through the prayers of the Christian people who have sent them up in this community," Walters said. "I firmly believe and am confident of the fact that had it not been for the direct intervention of the Lord Jesus Christ last Thursday, a disaster would have happened. You can quote me on that."
It appears that the cat is out of the bag! Just as a majority of the Black and White Churches remain segregated on Sunday Morning, so is the “Jesus Christ” they worship. White Folks believe that their Jesus is White, and they get a special feeling from knowing that their God is White. Black Folks believe that their Jesus is White, except for a few who have tried to take the bible’s description of him and make him Black. The majority of Black Christians believe the image given to them by Whites who enslave their ancestor in America. That Enslavement Process of Black People removed from them, their consciousness their own God Concept of “Amen Ra or God”.

The truth is that the concept of Jesus Christ was MADE UP by Roman Catholic Church. He was never a real person, despite the fabricated lies written in that great fictional literary master peace and that Number One All-Time-Best Selling Book, The Holy Bible”. It was based upon earlier concept of a Savior stolen from Kemet or Ancient African Egyptians. I’m no expert, but Dr. Ray Hagins is and he has proof on CDs, Cassettes, Research Paper and DVDs. You can listen to his teachings for free at his website , IF you want to break your religious programming.

Therefore, white folks can keep worshiping their White Jesus Christ and Black Folks can keep worshiping their White or Black Jesus Christ. It does seem to me that White Folks Jesus Christ from a group perspective might be showing White Folks a lot of Favoritism and Benefits that Black Folks Jesus Christ. Even though I reverence Amen Ra as a Black God, I will never lose my ability to think as a Conscious Black Afrikan Man in the collective interest of Black African People wherever they live.

So those of you who get happy for small victories, White Racism is about to reload in Jena, LA those Black People who live there and across the United States of America for the rest of us. I offer The Quiet Resolution (TQR) as a National Black Empowerment Plan and invite everyone to read it and give you’re your feedback. It’s about Black Love, Black Empowerment and Black Self-Sufficiency. All it will take is a “Love Offering”J.

One Love, One People, One Goal: Black Empowerment

Charles E. Campbell

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

The Black Political Card

Dear Black African American People

I have completed the Black Political Card with a series of 10 Questions and a process for enteracting with politicians, regardless of who they are and how long they have been in office. I hope Black People use this concept and create their own questions if they don't like my 10 Questions. Keep the Process. This should lite a fire under the butts of those political pimps. Please share this information with your family and Friends.

The Black Political Card

The Black Political Card consists of 10 Questions to be asked by Black People to any politician who wants their support, vote or attention. Politicians must answer these 10 Questions with a YES or NO Response without clarification, before they are allowed to speak to you individually or as a group every time they present themselves to you, your church, business, civic, fraternal or sorority group, or organization. They can clarify their answers during their presentation.

1. Would you propose and vote for any form of Reparation for Black People? Yes or No
2. Have you ever proposed or support any Economic Empowerment Program specifically for Black People? Yes or No
3. Do you understand the history and legacy of Black African Enslavement? Yes or No
4. Would you vote to change Criminal Laws that have led to the incarceration of a disproportionate number of Black Men? Yes or No
5. Would you support an Educational Curriculum that empowers Black Students with their Ancient Pre-Enslavement History? Yes or No
6. Have your ever supported any laws or policies that negatively impact Black People at any level of government? Yes or No
7. Would you propose and vote for equal Haitian and African Immigrations Laws similar to European and Hispanics Laws? Yes or No
8. Can you name 5 Ancient African Civilizations that predates European and Arab Civilization? Yes or No
9. Did Black Ancient Egyptians build the Pyramids, start Medicine and Science? Yes or No
10. Are you aware of the 1921terrorist attack and massacre of Black People in Tulsa, Oklahoma that destroy their Black Wall Street? Yes or No
One Love, One People, One Goal: Black Empowerment
Charles E. Campbell

Saturday, August 11, 2007

Can Black People Protect Black Children? No
Test Case: The Jena Six (Jena, LA)
Charles E. Campbell, 1BAMO

American Injustice for Black People is rising. Black People should have bailed those children out of jail and gotten them competent Legal Representation. Governor Blanco is white and can be expected to do for Black Children in Jena, LA, what she did for Black People in New Orleans, LA during Katrina. "Nothing"

If we as Black People have no ability to protect our children from Racist and their behavior, what hope is there for our Race? Injustice against Black People in Jena, LA, is an injustice to Black People everywhere.

Six Black Jena High students, Robert Bailey (17), Theo Shaw (17), Carwin Jones (18), Bryant Purvis (17), Mychal Bell (16) and an unidentified minor, were expelled from school, arrested and charged with second-degree attempted murder. The first trial ended last month, and Mychal Bell, who has been in prison since December, was convicted of aggravated battery and conspiracy to commit aggravated battery (both felonies) by an all-white jury in a trial where his public defender called no witnesses. During his trial, Mychal's parents were ordered not to speak to the media and the court prohibited protests from taking place near the courtroom or where the judge could see them. Source:

Why haven’t I heard any of our prominent Black Politician, Preachers, Athletes, Actors, Black Billionaires / Millionaires stand up, speak out and take some positive action to protect these Black Children? The answer to this question is that these children don’t benefit them. Not politically, financially, personally or professionally! They don’t see the opportunity to gain anything by standing up for justice. That is sad. I believe Dr. Claud Anderson, Founder of The Harvest Institute, when he says that Black People in America are in trouble because our leadership keeps playing silly games.

I ask that you question every Black Politician, Preacher, Athlete, Actors, Billionaire / Millionaire who come before you at your local, state or national level, what is their stand on the Injustice taking place in Jena, LA and what they plan to do about it. At a minimum, they should sign the online petition, make a small donation and write a letter to the United State and Louisiana State Attorney General Offices.

Nobody is going to protect our children, but us, save our children, but us, empower our children but us. So far, in this case we must do better. The Jena Six is a major test case! Hear me well. If they are allowed to perpetrate and get away with this injustice, then Black People will witness the turning back of the hands of time to the late 19th and early 20th Century in terms of Injustices done to Black People. Today it’s the Jena Six, tomorrow; it could be your city with a number. Wake up you sleeping Giant!


Monday, August 06, 2007

An Anatomy of Black Father and Son Relationships
Charles E. Campbell, LSW, MSW

A Black Father Definition: This is a Black man who constantly gives his children advice and tells them of his mistakes in order to help them be better men and women. This is a black man who sticks by his children although they may not always take his advice and end up in trouble. (Definition is From the Urban Dictionary)

A Black Father is much more. Black men and their sons should have a strong relationship. We want to produce a carbon copy of ourselves. Without sufficient planning father- son relationship start to go wrong. Having a son is an awesome responsibility. It takes money, time, patients and love. In order to get money for all his son’s needs, he first must have an education or some skill to earn a living. Without adequate skills, his opportunities are limited and criminal behavior becomes an option, justified by the need to take care of his responsibilities. If he is too young to be a father, then he will not spend much time with his son, except to show him off to his friends on occasion. When a son is born they demand that a father spend time with them. Without and adequate bonding between father and son, the father feels no obligation to his son and can abandon him without much thought or care. This is a devastating moment of rejection and will produce an anger, resentful son and who need to feel loved by a father. Black boys who group without a father have greater chances of falling in there pitfalls of drugs, crime and teen pregnancy. He has a need to proved that he is much more of a man than his father ever was or will be, without understanding the pressures that led the his father abandoning him. Thus the cycle continues when he leaves his own son and justifies it by walking away.

It is our responsibility to raise our young boys to become responsible men. It is impossible for young boy to become something that he is never seen or interacted with in any meaningful way. How can they become strong Black men, if they know none. Black men on TV and the pros don't count. Being a black father takes a lot of patience. It is not easy to raise a Blacks son, especially when they reached the ages of 14 through 17. They will assert their independence, challenge your authority and break your rules. But if you could show them love and discipline they will be successful in life. This is the hardest part for Black Fathers raising sons in the 21st century. We as Black men are under attack by this system and our sons under attack by the same system. They are being Mis-educated and prepared for incarceration. We must show them the way and lead by example. We must learn to educate them, employ them, nurture them and support their dream.

Here's how we do that. In every town and city where black men exist we must come together and have one place where we set aside one day of the month. Let's call it Third Saturday. On that day, every church, Fraternity, Black professional organization and Black men will pool their dollars and bring Black boys to a specific location and engage them in education, sports, entertainment, fun and empowerment. We will provide them with breakfast and lunch. We will group them by their dreams and aspirations with Black men involved in those professions. For example, all Black boys, wanting to play professional sports will be linked with formal athletes. The goal is to have First Thursday become just as popular as First Fridays, but with the different purpose. We are failing our Black Boys as Black men and we must do more. We are their role models, their protectors, the greatest cheer leaders. They are our present and our future.

Each Black man in that community will voluntarily contribute $10 per month for the purpose of funding Third Saturday, whether they have boys or not. Every community should set a goal of 50 to 100 Black men contributors. The goal is to raise between ten and fifteen thousand dollars each year. Those funds would be used to purchase land, equipment and to pay for activities that the boys participate in. Where there is the will, there is the way, but when there is no will, there are excuses. If Black men are not satisfied with the condition and status of Black Boys, but hear this call to action. This can be done without any federal, state, county or city funds. At some point we must stand up and be leaders, which mean getting it up off our knees and stop begging other people for money to do that which we know needs to be done for ourselves. If Black men are on their knees begging, they why do we to tell Black Boys to stop sagging. Both behaviors are inappropriate and leave a negative image of Black men and Black boys in the minds of others.
1 Black Afrikan Man Opinion (1BAMO)

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

The NAACP Funeral For The Word nigger

Nigger Ain't Dead, So Stop Trying To Bury It

The disconnection between young adults who use the word nigger and those of us who understand the real intent of that word is great. They have no understanding of the real history behind that word. The NAACP at their national meeting in Detroit, MI, would have made better use of their borrowed dollars by creating a national campaign to education young adults about the hurt behind that word nigger and suggesting alternative words to replace it.

Let's be real! Black People continue to suffer from Post Traumatic Slavery Syndrome and we don't even know it. Our leadership is pimping us at every level from the church pulpits to the seats of power at every level of political office. The NAACP is in my cross hairs because they had the nerve to spend time, money and energy during their National Meeting sponsoring a silly funeral for the word nigger and get this, they used Black Roses. That's an example of PTSS and a form of self-hatred. Why not white roses? I recommend that the entire NAACP Board be replaced and the leadership in the organization resign. If the conditions of Black Afrikan People living in America is any indication of Black Leadership, then we would be better off without it.

Let me say that Black Religious Institutions, Social Organizations, Professional Organizations and Business Leaders are not doing much to address the suffering of Black People either. We are too busy being busy. The majority of our Black Institutions were created in the early 20th Century with programs to uplift and empower us. We are in the 21st Century and many of their program have not changed and the generations who benefited from the gains of the 60s and 70s are retiring and have shut the door. We are locked in the Matrix and don't even know it.

Some of our young adults may cause us pain and hurt because they use words that still resonate with some of us, but many of them are hurting themselves and they are angry because they see our foolishness and inappropriate behavior. Until we start to respect, protect, educate and empower them, they are well within their rights to define their generation and it's language, relationships and music.

I personally do not agree with the use of the word nigger and will try to explain to young adults the pain behind those words, if they will listen. Yet, I recognize that they don't care about what I think, until I show them how much I care about them. Life is not easy for our young adults and we are doing nothing to empower them systematically. Majority Black Schools are failing, drugs is the primary economic development that offers them opportunity based on their abilities to work and their parents are too busy surviving to parent.

I have a message to those of you who sit in your churches, on your jobs, in your homes, running businesses, leading organizations and doing absolutely nothing for Black Afrikan American People. You's a nigger! And Ain't no fake funeral gon' bury the word, if you don't change your that inappropriate behavior.

To read The Quiet Resolution (TQR) a national Black Empowerment Plan written by me, send an email to: Subject: TQR Request

1 Black Afrikan Man Opinion (1BAMO)