We live in a Food Desert- Ron Finley

This is a great lecture with Ron Finley. This brother really breaks down the importance of growing your own food. He says must of us in this country live in a “food desert”. It’s really hard to disagree with him. I can’t stress this point enough. Must of us rely on our local grocery stores to supply us with food. We have all become too domesticated. We have to change this attitude if we want to survive. What if all the grocery stores closed?? How would you feed your children? Where would you water? These are the questions you need to ask yourself. You need to grow your own garden, if you haven’t started already. Check out the video and tell me what you think. I found it very educational.

 

African Education and Survival Tips: What Every Black Parent Should Know and Practice

Mwalimu and his wife are doing a great service to the community. They deserve the utmost respect!

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Evolution is not a hierarchy of ‘most developed to least developed’, the illusion that it is comes from a rationalized, European abstraction that only exists in their mind, (and consequently – ours) in order to give a false sense of control and security as their deficiency causes them to see themselves as being apart from nature and not an integrated part of nature.   ——- Bry

White parents teach their children from birth how to be “leaders”. They teach them the meaning of their whiteness and incidentally, the meaning of your blackness. From that moment on, the building blocks of white supremacy is stabilized and codified. By the time the child is a teenager, he/she is a full blown white supremacist.

I hear white parents all the time wondering with feigned innocence, “Where did my child learn that word?! He didn’t hear that from us!” White people, living in a system where they are constantly bombarded…

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Sankofa: An African Collective Company

Buy black! Nuff said!

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I’m working on Sankofa: An African Collective Company.

Sankofa, which is Ghanaian for “Return and Fetch It”, will be an African company and the ultimate symbol of togetherness. As Originals, we owe it to our past, present and future to think black, live black and progress black. When I spoke to a good friend of mine and she told me that Asians were taking control of her industry while she watched utterly powerless as blacks patronized their shops, I knew that something had to be done!

Black Family, we control NOTHING!

We own NOTHING!

We produce NOTHING!

Yet be brag about our “purchasing power.” That is utterly ludicrous. The black dollar does not turn over ONCE, not once! Yet we rush to buy Baby Phat clothing, Micheal Jordan sneakers and headphones from Dr. Dre. Ask yourselves one question: What are these Negroes doing for their community? Then why do you…

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