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Respect for Leadership
 TheAfrican American" Community is in crucial need of work on the highest level. The work for Moral Reform, Spiritual Upliftment, Economic Development, Environmental Improvement, Educational Excellence, and all around Human Achievement. However, the humble the efforts by many to construct a working system that would resurrect the life of our people has proven to be inconclusive in rendering an effective solution for the complex problems that attack the very fiber of human evolution and procreation. It is now necessary to make bold, new, and daring advances in the arena of Human Struggle to over come the negative forces, influences, and stigma of a vicious degenerative cycle of self-destruction and moral decay. Our streets, parks, schools, businesses, and homes are not secure from the assault of crime and violence. If we as human beings are to survive we must understand that, there is only one solution and the one problem, Unity. Our community has been and is divided into many diverse factions each having it's own ideology, philosophy, methodology, and agenda for confronting the various symptoms of the problem. Yet they all agree that there is a greater need for unity. 







The Reparations Campaign, for Black people in the United States, emerged more than one hundred years ago as the U.S. Federal Government was trying to survive the ravages of warfare among it's citizen. In the wake of the bitter hostilities from the Civil War a decision was made to release from bondage millions of then enslaved Africans. Organizations and individuals have carried the demand for reparations farther into the twentieth century. Many of them have become a part of today's Reparations Campaign which is being spearheaded by N'COBRA.





Elijah Muhammad



Saviour's Day 1973, A Saviour Is Born - T.H. Elijah Muhammad
Interview with the Hon. Elijah Muhammad


Elijah Muhammad: Saviour's Day 1974 1/4

Elijah Muhammad: Saviour's Day 1974 2/4

Elijah Muhammad: Saviour's Day 1974 3/4

Elijah Muhammad: Saviour's Day 1974 4/4 

Elijah Muhammad: The True History of Jesus

On July the Fourth the day of America's Independence celebration, He announced the beginning of His mission which was to restore and to resurrect His lost and found people, who were identified as the original members of the Tribe of Shabazz from the Lost Nation of Asia. The lost people of the original nation of African descent, were captured, exploited, and dehumanized to serve as servitude slaves of America for over three centuries. His mission was to teach the downtrodden and defenseless Black people a thorough Knowledge of God and of themselves, and to put them on the road to Self-Independence with a superior culture and higher civilization than they had previously experienced.


Louis Farrakhan



Origin of the White Race and the Making of the Devil

Minister Louis Farrakhan Exposes 9/11 and Questions Official Story

The Nation of Islam under the leadership of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan is the catalyst for the growth and development of Islam in America. Founded in 1930 by Master Fard Muhammad and led to prominence from 1934 to 1975 by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, the Nation of Islam continues to positively impact the quality of life in America.



 Muhammad Ali


The Greatest of all Time

 the Greatest speaks


He's still the most recognizable man on earth. And over forty years after he burst onto the scene as a gold-medal winner at the 1960 Rome Olympics, Muhammad Ali remains a magical figure, known and loved throughout the world.

His success as a boxer is widely respected, but Ali's greatest triumph lies in his legacy as a champion, leader, humanitarian, and artist. His work both inside and outside the ring truly makes Muhammad Ali "The Greatest of All Time." 



The Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) is an African-American civil rights organization. SCLC was closely associated with its first president, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The SCLC had a large role in the American Civil Rights Movement.(Read more...)

 Dr Martin Luther King Jr 



I Have A Dream Speech - August 28, 1963

April 3, 1968 -- "I've been to the mountaintop."

"How Long, Not Long" Speech 

Long Lost Martin Luther King, Jr. Speech (Complete - Best Audio)

President of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, an organization formed to provide new leadership for the now burgeoning civil rights movement. The ideals for this organization he took from Christianity; its operational techniques from Gandhi. In the eleven-year period between 1957 and 1968, King traveled over six million miles and spoke over twenty-five hundred times, appearing wherever there was injustice, protest, and action; and meanwhile he wrote five books as well as numerous articles. In these years, he led a massive protest in Birmingham, Alabama, that caught the attention of the entire world, providing what he called a coalition of conscience. (Read more...)



 Jesse L. Jackson 

The Reverend Jesse Louis Jackson, Sr., Founder and President of the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition, is one of America’s foremost civil rights, religious and political figures. Over the past forty years he has played a pivotal role in virtually every movement for empowerment, peace, civil rights, gender equality, and economic and social justice. 






Nelson Mandela

One of the world’s most revered statesmen, Nelson Mandela led the struggle to replace South Africa’s apartheid regime with a non-racial democracy. His anti-apartheid activities led to his sentencing in 1962 to five years in prison, and in 1964 he was jailed for life because of his involvement in underground armed resistance activities. He served 27 years in prison.

Nelson Mandela became the first democratically elected State President of South Africa on 10 May 1994. Since stepping down in 1999, he has become South Africa’s highest profile ambassador, and has campaigned tirelessly in the fight against HIV/AIDS. He was also active in peace negotiations in African countries, including the Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi.


See Me In The Whirlwind

Marcus Garvey biography

Biography of Marcus Garvey

Surely the soul of liberal, philanthropic, liberty-loving, white America is not dead. It is true that the glamour of materialism, has, to a great degree, destroyed the innocence and purity of the national conscience, but, still, beyond our politics, beyond our soulless industrialism, there is a deep feeling of human sympathy that touches the soul of white America upon which the unfortunate and sorrowful can always depend for sympathy, help, and action. It is to that feeling that I appeal at this time for four hundred million Negroes of the world, and fifteen million of America in particular.


Marcus Garvey



Harold Washington 


Harold Washington Remembered

Mayor Harold Washington: April 30, 1986


Washington’s candidacy forged political unity among Chicago’s notoriously fractious black community and helped bring the city’s feuding Latino groups (including Mexicans and Puerto Ricans) together


Barack Obama 


 Introduces a To-Do List for Congress

The 44th President of the United States is the product of an unlikely union between a white teenager from Kansas and a foreign student from Kenya who met in a Russian class at the University of Hawaii.


Jomo Kenyatta 


Meet Jomo Kenyatta

Jomo Kenyatta: Kenya's Patriarch


As president, Kenyatta, known affectionately to Kenyans as mzee (Swahili for “old man”), strove to unify the new nation of Kenya. He worked to establish harmonious race relations, safeguarding whites’ property rights and appealing to both whites and the African majority to forget past injustices. Kenyatta adopted the slogan “Harambee” (Swahili for “let’s all pull together”), asking whites and Africans to work together for the development of Kenya. He promoted capitalist economic policies, encouraged foreign investment in Kenya, and adopted a pro-Western foreign policy.



Emperor Haile Selassie I

The facts of his life are well known. Haile Selassie's influence on the world is his most enduring legacy. Born Tafari Makonnen in 1891, Haile Selassie came to be identified inextricably with Ethiopia. Only rarely in the modern world does the story of a man become so closely linked to the story of a nation. It is said that great events beget great men, but they beget failures as well, and the boundary between the two is often defined by singular acts of courage. These the Ethiopian Emperor did not lack.

Kwame Nkrumah



The United States of Africa, Kwame Nkrumah Speaks!

Independence Speech (Colour) - Accra, 6th March 1957

Kwame Nkrumah became the first prime and later president of Ghana. He was born on September 21, 1909, at Nkroful in what was then the British-ruled Gold Coast, the son of a goldsmith. Trained as a teacher, he went to the United States in 1935 for advanced studies and continued his schooling in England, where he helped organize the Pan-African Congress in 1945. He returned to Ghana in 1947 and became general secretary of the newly founded United Gold Coast Convention but split from it in 1949 to form the Convention People's party (CPP). (read more)


Cecile Johnson 

CEO of African Development Plan, a non profit in Illinois.
The GOAL of African Development Plan is to create and implement a 50 year comprehensive development plan for Africa and her Diaspora communities worldwide.


 is a CALL TO ACTION to all African People worldwide to begin to study our collective history, assess our communities needs and unite and think collectively on solutions to Africa and her Diaspora’s numerous challenges in communities worldwide.


1. To unite the people of African Descent worldwide and develop their knowledge of self, their history and collective accomplishments and challenges.

2. To form a BRAIN TRUST that will attract the best minds of the Continent and the African Diaspora to work on a Development Plan for Africa.

3. To develop the next generation of leaders for Africa and her Diaspora communities in America and worldwide.To foster the concepts of good governance within the citizenry worldwide.

4. To create a COMPREHENSIVE NEEDS ASSESSMENT of our Global African communities from which will come the African Development Plan.

5. To create a system of accountability for NGO's and Non Profits doing work in the African Continental and Diaspora communities so that their outcomes tie into the needs identified in the assessment.

6.To create a one stop source for research and best practices. 7. To re-establish a connection with our African history and culture through the development of African Centered curriculum to be used worldwide to build a stronger sense of African identity.

Frederick Douglass

Frederick Douglass, a former slave and eminent human rights leader in the abolition movement, was the first black citizen to hold a high U.S. government rank.

Abolitionist leader Frederick Douglass was born into slavery in Talbot County, Maryland. He became one of the most famous intellectuals of his time, advising presidents and lecturing to thousands on a range of causes, including women’s rights and Irish home rule. Among Douglass’ writings are several autobiographies eloquently describing his experiences in slavery and his life after the Civil War. (read more...)

Dr Umar Johnson



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 Africa Must Unite

The concept of African unity embraces the fundamental needs and characteristics of African civilization and ideology, and at the same time satisfies all the conditions necessary for an accelerated economic and technological advance. Such maximum development would ensure a rational utilization of the material resources and human potential of our continent along the lines of an integrated economy, and within complementary sectors of production, eliminating all unnecessary forms of competition, economic alienation and duplication.





The National Black United Front(NBUF) is a coalition made up of individuals and organizations working together for the benefit of all people of African descent. 

The "Black United Front" is an organization made up of concerned and committed individuals and organizations who have united to assume responsibility for working and leading the struggle for a better life for themselves and their children. The Black United Front is a broad-based organization which includes all social, political, religious and cultural sections of the Black community. It is the young, the elderly, the students, the imprisoned, the workers, and the dropout all working together to overcome our common problems. In the words of Marcus Garvey, "Up you mighty race, you can accomplish what you will."

The Universal Negro Improvement Association & African Communities’ League is a social, friendly, humanitarian, charitable, educational, institutional, constructive, spiritually governing ruling body, and is founded by persons, desiring to the utmost, to work for the general uplift of the Negro peoples of the world. And the members pledge themselves to do all in their power to conserve the rights of their noble race and to respect the rights of all mankind, believing always in the Brotherhood of Man and the Fatherhood of God.
The motto of the organization is: “One God! One Aim! One Destiny!” Therefore, let justice be done to all mankind, realizing that if the strong oppresses the weak confusion and discontent will ever mark the path of man, but with love, faith and charity towards all the reign of peace and plenty will be herded into the world and the generations of men shall be called blessed.


Warith Deen Muhammad




Muhammad lied about W Fard Muhammad

W.D.Muhammad Tells how His own father Elijah feared Malcolm

Historic interview w/ Imam Warith Deen Mohammed @ Duke University (1992)

Imam's Meeting - Imam W. Deen Mohammed


Civic Center - Imam W. Deen Mohammed

(born Wallace D. Muhammad on October 30, 1933) is an influential AmericanMuslim leader. He is now known as Warith Deen Muhammad or Imam W.D. Mohammed. He is the son of Clara and Elijah Muhammad

      After his father's death, Warith Deen Muhammad was accepted by followers of the Nation of Islam as their leader. He brought about many reforms, which brought the followers of the Nation of Islam closer to mainstream Islam. He renamed his organization a number of times. He is now the leader of a new project called The Mosque Cares, and most of his followers make up a portion of the worldwide Muslim community and have accepted Islam proper.


El-Hajji Malik Shabazz 


"Who Taught You To Hate Yourself?"

If Somone Puts a Dog on You, Kill That Dog


It is not in the memory of man that this beleaguered, unfortunate, but nonetheless proud community has found a braver, more gallant young champion than this Afro-American who lies before us - unconquered still. I say the word again, as he would want me to : Afro-American - Afro-American Malcolm, who was a master, was most meticulous in his use of words. Nobody knew better than he the power words have over minds of men. Malcolm had stopped being a 'Negro' years ago. It had become too small, too puny, too weak a word for him. Malcolm was bigger than that. Malcolm had become an Afro-American and he wanted - so desperately - that we, that all his people, would become Afro-Americans too.



  The Moorish Science Temple of America


Noble Drew Ali

 In the year 1886, there was a Divine Prophet born in the state of North Carolina. His name was Noble Drew Ali. If is sounds strange to speak of a prophet born in North Carolina, that maybe how it sounded in the days of Jesus, when some thought it strange that a prophet or anything good came out of Nazareth As prophets of olden days came to people around the world to save nations from the wrath of Allah, a Prophet of Islam was sent also to the Moors of America, who were called Negroes. The duty of a prophet is to save nations from the wrath of Allah. As Noah and Lot were warners to the people of those days, Prophet Noble Drew Ali came to warn and redeem the Moors of America from their sinful ways.




   Huey P. Newton



Interview From Jail

William Buckley interviews Huey Newton on Firing Line

Black Panther Party Documentary (1968)


The Black Panther Party was a progressive political organization that stood in the vanguard of the most powerful movement for social change in America since the Revolution of 1776 and the Civil War: that dynamic episode generally referred to as The Sixties. It is the sole black organization in the entire history of black struggle against slavery and oppression in the United States that was armed and promoted a revolutionary agenda, and it represents the last great thrust by the mass of black people for equality, justice and freedom.



 Prince Asiel Ben-Israel


Spirituality & Destiny 

State Of the World 2008 Pt1

State Of the World 2008 Pt2   

Prince Asiel Ben Israel is one of the few African American leaders who has seized the power to define and control our destiny and direct our people toward the path of positive change. For 30 years he has served as International Ambassador Extraordinaire of the African Hebrew Israelites of Jerusalem.



Mulana Ron Karenga



Leadership Education

Why Kwanzaa


Dr. Maulana Karenga is professor of Africana Studies at California State University, Long Beach. An activist-scholar of national and international recognition, Dr. Karenga has played a significant role in Black intellectual and political culture since the 60’s, especially in such educational and social movements as Black Studies, Black Power, Black Arts, Independent Schools, Afrocentricity, ancient Egyptian studies, Ifa ethical studies, the Million Person Marches, and reparations. Also, he is the creator of the pan-African cultural holiday Kwanzaa



 Patrice Emery Lumumba,


Patrice Lumumba


TheAfrican nationalist leader, the first prime minister of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (June-September 1960). Forced out of office during a political crisis, he was assassinated a short time later.


Jacob Carruthers



RBG-Intellectual Warfare (1 of 7)

RBG-Intellectual Warfare (2 of 7)

RBG-Intellectual Warfare (3 of 7)  

RBG-Intellectual Warfare (4 of 7)

RBG-Intellectual Warfare (5 of 7)

RBG-Intellectual Warfare (6 of 7)

RBG-Intellectual Warfare (7 of 7)


  He was a founding member and priest of the Temple of African Community of Chicago and founding member and director of the Kemetic (Egyptian) Institute, which sponsors the annual Teaching About Africa program for teachers and school administrators.

Kwame Toure (video) 


At UC Berkeley - Black Power 


 Born Stokely Carmichael on June 29, 1941, in Trinidad, West Indies, he renamed himself in honor of Kwame Nkrumah, former president of Ghana, and Ahmed Sekou Toure, past president of Guinea.As a civil rights reformist, Kwame Toure went South to participate in the struggle to desegregate public transportation--bus trips known as freedom rides--where he learned first hand the terror of being locked up in Mississippi jails. In 1964, as a Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) field organizer, he participated in a dangerous voter registration campaign that increased the numbers of black voters in rural Lowndes County, Alabama, from 70 to 2,600. Using the black panther as its party symbol, the Lowndes County Freedom Organization became active in local political elections.

John Harold Johnson

John Harold Johnson (January 19, 1918 – August 8, 2005) was an American businessman and publisher. He was the founder of the Johnson Publishing Company. In 1982, he became the first African-American to appear on the Forbes 400. (Read more...)




Dr. Conrad Worrill


African Americans Being African


Conrad Worrill (born August 15, 1941) is an African American writer, educator, activist, and former talk show host for the WVON call-in program On Target. Organizations he has been involved with include the Million Man March, and the National Black United Front. Worrills activism has centered on the need for greater independence in African American life, and helping young people better understand the relationships between power and institutions. (Read more...)


Paul Robeson


A beloved international figure, Robeson regularly spoke out against racial injustice and was involved in world politics. He supported Pan-Africanism, sang for Loyalist soldiers during Spain's civil war, took part in anti-Nazi demonstrations and performed for Allied forces during WWII. He also visited the Soviet Union several times during the mid-1930s, taken by much of its culture and ideas.

Back in the United States, he once again received accolades for his stage work in the 1943 Broadway production of Othello. Yet McCarthyism and Cold War paranoia was on the bound. Robeson found himself contending with government officials looking to silence a voice who spoke out eloquently against racism, and had political ties that could be vilified. Robeson was labeled a communist, and was barred by the State Department from renewing his passport in 1950 to travel abroad for engagements. Despite his immense popularity, he was blacklisted from domestic concert venues, recording labels and film studios. (read more...)

W.E.B. Dubois

W.E.B. Du Bois was one of the most important African-American activists during the first half of the 20th century. He co-founded the NAACP and supported Pan-Africanism.

Scholar and activist W.E.B. Du Bois was born on February 23, 1868, in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. In 1895, he became the first African American to earn a Ph.D. from Harvard University. Du Bois wrote extensively and was the best known spokesperson for African-American rights during the first half of the 20th century. He co-founded the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in 1909. Du Bois died in Ghana in 1963. (read more...)

Ben Ammi Ben-Israel


Decadence To Dawn

Ben Ammi grew up in Chicago. A co-worker introduced him to the idea that African Americans are descendants of the Biblical Israelites. In his early twenties Carter was given the name Ben Ammi Ben-Israel by Rabbi Reuben of the Congregation of Ethopian Hebrews.[1] In 1963 Ben Ammi founded the A-Beta Hebrew Israel Cultural Center in Chicago in an attempt to organize the varied Black Hebrew Israelite groups in the city.

In 1966, Ben Ammi claims to have received a vision from the angel Gabriel. In the vision, he claimed he was instructed to: "Lead the children of Israel among African Americans to the promised land, and establish the long-awaited Kingdom of God." His followers consider him to be the messiah.

In 1967, Ben Ammi led 350 of his followers to Liberia.After two and a half years, many had lost faith and returned home. At this point he decided to send five families to Israel. Ben Ammi and more of his followers arrived in the ensuing months, settling in Dimona. The group received some resistance from Israeli authorities, who questioned their right to settle in Israel under the Law of Return. In the 1990s the group was granted temporary resident status and, in 2003, permanent residency.