r. Ben, Dr. Clarke, Dr. Diop, Minister Malcolm X, Elijah, The Honorable Marcus Garvey, The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad, Dr. Diop, and many more of our Greats.Though Painful this is a Victory, that we had him for 97 plus years. We will be raising monies to make his Celebration Eloquent and we will message this and the arrangements." R.I. P. Dr. Ben.
to were Dr. Leonard Jeffries, Professor James Small, Dr. Attallah Brightwell (Black Women Against Racism Empowered BWARE), The New Black Panther Party, The Muslim Brotherhood, The Sons of Africa, The Malcolm X Organizing Committee, The Ancestors, Elders, Women, Men and 5 bus loads of children!…
safeguarded from the After-Life by Dr. Ben, Dr. Clarke, Dr. Diop, Minister Malcolm X, Elijah, The Honorable Marcus Garvey, The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad, Dr. Diop, and many more of our Greats.Though Painful this is a Victory, that we had him for 97 plus years. We will be raising monies to make his Celebration Eloquent and we will message this and the arrangements."…
of our struggle Written by Herb Boyd Thursday, 30 October 2003 Brooklyn -- To visit Minister Clemson Brown's home in Brooklyn is to be swept into a veritable ocean of African and African American history. Large, colorful paintings depicting historical icons from the Black pantheon grace the walls, and there are nooks and corners where masks, statues, and pieces of sculpture from the motherland stand like sentinels to a glorious past. In the basement is a trove of some 20,000 hours of audio and video tapes, emblematic of more than a generation of documenting the cultural and political developments in Africa and the Diaspora. Brown's ubiquitous, all-seeing camera has captured an array of significant moments and preserved memorable speeches from such notables as Dr. John Henrik Clarke, Dr. Yosef ben Jochannan, Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, Dr. Adelaide Sanford, Dr. Asa Hilliard, and countless others. A splendid portion of Brown's Living Museum of African People and Transatlantic Archives was on display last weekend at City College during the marathon story-telling event that featured Dr. Leonard Jeffries, Wade Nobles, and Noble Prize nominee Dr. Gabriel Oyibo. "We had a packed room," Brown related, "and Wade and Dr. Oyibo held the listeners spellbound for hours." Spellbound, too, were those who ventured among the vast collection of African art, particularly a king's bed from the Cameroons, a huge ceremonial drum from Ghana, an impressive Ashanti mother and child, gorgeous marble pieces from Zimbabwe, and an intricate unity sculpture carved from a tree stump. "I acquired this art work during my various trips to Africa," Brown said during a recent interview. "Each time I go, I like to bring back something in memory of the visit."
f my mentors, but I don't see him disrespecting or belittling our people because of their perceived level of Post Traumatic Slavery Syndrome.
K: So yes, we have made it!
K: I don't see him disrespecting or belittling our people
_________________________Most blacks do a masterful job of belittling and disrespecting themselves.
Again, is sharing the real and raw Truth/Reality with blacks, belittling and disrespectful? We must be mindful of the (profane ego) within, because the (profane ego), will tell us lies and deceptions.…
ouston and came to New York basically homeless to pursue her dream. I met her and a mutual producer. We started working together.
She ended up going to and graduating from college in NYC and now has a nice job as a social worker and a new car and apartment. I think in her reality she has manifested a level of personal success. I'm very proud of her. Maybe one day she'll cover up wear dreads and put on shea butter and change her name to Auset so she can please people like "YOU". However, I would advise her to continue to evolve and be HAPPY with her pursuits.
As I am happy and we love pursuing our dreams and goals in this short life on the mundane plane and celebrating our triumphs.
Once we can do that and feel good about our accomplishments, then we can help others.
So yes, we have made it! The Khemtic and Africentric concept is a beautiful ideal and I'm familiar with the Ausar Auset Society, Shekem ur Shekem and Dr. Leonard Jeffries is one of my mentors, but I don't see him disrespecting or belittling our people because of their perceived level of Post Traumatic Slavery Syndrome.
There is a such thing as unconditional love for our people and each other and I have learned that everyone is not going to fit into your ideal concept.
Kamal Imani (Kam Au Im Ani)…