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Tonight we will be discussing Neely Fuller Jr.'s book; "United Independent Compensatory Code: A Textbook/Workbook for Victims of Racism/White Supremacy (1969)." "The Code."
According to Neely Fuller's Jr. writings; "If you do not understand White Supremacy (Racism), what it is, and how it works; everything else that you understand will confuse you."
Fuller defines White Supremacy as a system that dominates all non-white people "in the known universe" in nine areas of people activity: economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex, and war.
The Code also states that there are (logically speaking) only three major classifications of people: white, non-white, and white supremacist. The Code is one of the sources of inspiration for "The Isis Papers" written by Dr. Frances Cress-Welsing.
Fuller's book also recommends "Ten (10) Basic Stops" that he thinks non-white people should employ in order to minimize intra-racial conflict:
1. Stop "Snitching"
2. Stop "Name Calling"
3. Stop "Cursing"
4. Stop "Gossiping"
5. Stop "Being Discourteous"
6. Stop "Stealing"
7. Stop "Robbing"
8. Stop "Fighting"
9. Stop "Killing"
10. Stop "Squabbling Among Yourselves and Asking Racist (White Supremacist) to Settle Your Problems
This, Is Black Wall Street...
The adoption of the Declaration of Independence—237 years ago today—can sometimes feel like an event not just from another time, but from another world. As depicted in John Trumbull’s now-iconic 19th-century painting of the founding fathers in Philadelphia, collectively creating the framework for the nation’s revolutionary political system, such an act of open rebellion by prominent, wealthy and established figures is literally inconceivable to most living Americans.
The Revolutionary War, raging at that time, saw men young and old answer the Colonies’ call to fight the British redcoats. In their allegiance to the ideals of liberty, these rough troops — illustrated in countless paintings and drawings known to history students everywhere — shouldered the monumental task of defending a nation that was, in many respects, not yet truly born.
But as alien as that epoch might feel, time and again we’re reminded that the past is not always as distant as it so often seems.
In fact, some veterans who survived the Revolutionary War prospered well into their eighties, nineties and sometimes even beyond 100, living long enough to not only witness, but become part of, the era of the photograph.
First daguerreotypes, and then glass-plate negatives became popular in the 1840s and 1850s; by 1853, some 70 years after the great and improbable American victory over the British, more than 3 million daguerreotypes a year were being produced in the United States alone.
As these photographic means developed, and the generation that experienced the Revolution firsthand continued to dwindle, a desire to document these men — a rapidly vanishing, living link with history — emerged.
Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This episode will include PANW reports on the recent attack against the African Union headquarters in Mogadishu, Somalia; the ongoing tensions between police and the African American community in the United States; and the economic impact of the decline in oil and other commodity prices internationally. The second hour consists of two rare audio features on legendary African American novelist, essayist and anthropologist, Zora Neale Hurston, plus an 1965 archived interview with Fannie Lou Hamer, a field secretary with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and vice chairperson of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP). The final hour presents an examination of the history of the oil industry in U.S. history.
From our family at EBC†RADIO to yours we hope you all had a good Christmas. Now it's time to get back to work. False teachings never takes a break so we can't either. Does it seem to you that false teachings or "Heresy" is on the rise in the church and Christianity today? Well, if you said, "Yes", you are not the alone. Richard will be talking about this topic today on the show along with much more.
Some of the topics include:
Our new article "Revisiting The Code" taking another look at Elevation Church's CODE.
Mark Driscoll returning to the pulpit
What is Heresy?
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in Self Help
Pastor Andy Stanley is the son of Baptist Pastor Charles Stanley. Andy has a style of teaching very different from his Dad.
We all know what's required to fall in love. A pulse. Falling in love is easy. But staying there? That's something else entirely. With more than 1,500 matchmaker organizations in the United States, finding someone is easier than ever, but staying together seems to get more difficult every day. So. . . is it possible for two people to fall in love and actually stay there? Absolutely.
For the entire series on Staying in Love please go to http://northpoint.org/messages/staying-in-love
Join our team of Prayer Warriors/Intercessors as we share scriptures and prayers of empowerment for self deliverance and deliverance for families as listeners are encouraged to declare the word of God for your life and your family. We share testimonies that will help you or a loved one to become free from your bondages and lack. Come see what God is doing.
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December 25, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Intimate Reflections on America’s Most Interesting Thoughts and Suspicions (Re-broadcast)
Couples from across the United States join the show’s hosts Earl Cobb and Dr. Charlotte Grant-Cobb to read and discuss their favorite dialogue from the new book, “Pillow Talk Consciousness: Intimate Reflections on America’s Most Interesting Thoughts and Suspicions.”
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
Pillow Talk Consciousness is a unique essay on America, its social & political challenges and the power of human consciousness. The book cleverly illustrates how our birthplace and the level of consciousness we obtain during our lives, eventually frame how we see ourselves, how we see others and how we see our world. It does this through a thoughtful collection of 100 entertaining, informative and provocative dialogues. Each dialogue is written to reflect commonly held thoughts and suspicions on topics that frame the lives and the conversations of average Americans in the 21st century. All are written with a candor that is expressed by the majority of Americans only in the safety and privacy of their own home, with a trusted partner and wrapped in a momentarily abnormal level of human consciousness. The topics range from education to family values; from war to politics and from music to motherhood. Join three couples from across the U.S. as they read and discuss their favorite dialogues and share your own thoughts.
We are a group of disabled Veterans who are active advocates for the rights of veterans who have served in the United States Military and their families. We advocate for the rights of veterans. We talk to the the politicians who want to talk to us and we promote Americanism.
Mondays Hosts: Jonathan Bibbins, Michael Fortune And Dr Jorge Anderson
Topic: Open Forum
Tuesdays Hosts: Stephanie Ruscigno
Topic Miltary Sexual Trauma
Wednesday Hotess: Marilyn Wyche
Topic VA Benefits
Thursday Host George Cash/ Michael Fortune