“ORGANIZING IS A PROCESS, NOT AN EVENT"
“ORGANIZING IS A PROCESS, NOT AN EVENT”
Baba Amefika D. Geuka
A Black Paper
September 20, 2015
An important occasion; an incident; an activity or one of a series of activities. NIWPD*
A set of actions; a system marked by gradual changes that lead toward a particular result. Websters
A group or arrangement of parts, facts, etc. that relate to or interact with each other; a group of logically related facts, be
by Amefika D. Geuka • June 11, 2015
Listening to conscious black talk radio programs as I often do, I am struck by the frequency with which callers, and occasionally even the guests, make statements about what “we” need to do about some issue of concern to black people. Invariably, actions they call for would require that “we” be organized as a prerequisite to any potential success; thus my question: How do “we” expect to accomplish anything that requires “us” to become
YOU should join if…:
- You are still ‘Black-and-Proud,’ and still ‘Say it Loud!’You still love Black people, and love yourself being Black;
- You are a black male who understands the gender role of a responsible Black Man;
- You are a black female who understands the gender role of a responsible Black Woman;
- You are a black senior citizen who is “sick-and-tired-of-being-sick-and-tired!”
- You are a black senior citizen who is fed-up with having…“been down so long, that gettin’ up
The historic Million Woman March (MWM) is the largest gathering in the world of women anywhere ever; thus making it not only Black/African history and Women's history, but also World History. While many historians and so called scholars have failed in recognizing this incredible accomplishment, its possible and actual potentials, the continued work and ongoing mission to uplift and empower women and girls of African descent throughout the Diaspora,and the quest for true freedom, justice, and sel
THE HONORABLE SILLAS MUHAMMAD
Thank you for sharing this powerful message, when I signed my immigrations papers in Ghana to get residency I signed AFRODESCENDENT, even though I did not really like it,I understand the need for us to embrace a collective identity..I wish to thank the Lost Found Nation of Islam, Sillas Muhammad, & Chief Elder Osirus, and others for their years of work and leadership on our behalf....So we have 250 Million AFRODESCENDENTS in our Diasporan Nation!Much Repsect,AfroDes
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