LITTLE KNOWN BLACK MOVEMENTS IN AMERICA
Movement - a group of people working together to advance their shared political, social, or artistic ideas. For Blacks in American over the last one hundred and fifty-two years the need and concern to organize, promote or sustain some kind of a movement, for many seem paramount. The latter platform allows for collective sharing of strategies to address challenges of a specific segment of society. Over the last ten to twelve decades, there have been various movements among African Americans, but somehow a specialty group (at-risk Urban African American Males) is under particular threat of social extinction.
Join TALK-STRAIGHT host, Rev., Dr. Rueben Dockery as he discusses three Movements and the vision of their founders - that are little known or mentioned in America among the masses (Moorish Science Temple of America, Universal Negro Improvement Association and the Koshee Ibree Nation).
The case study of Little Known Black Movements in America
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