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Monday, April 28, 2008

The Principal Has final come to the 21th Century

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The above link is one of Baruti kafele's videos. As most of you know I publish the emails he sends me from time to time. He sends me so many I don't have the time to post them all.

But he is a friend of mine, and he has an excellent feel for the pulse of our culture and society. So check out his video. Rate it. Leave a few comments there and let me know what you think about.

Peace out.

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Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Zeitgeist - The Movie - Turn Your Brain ON

Zeitgeist - The Movie

This is what Winkipedia and Hubpages, Newsvine and even Google are trying to aid. World Domination by Deception. Don't let them decide on your relevance. Don't let them dictate to you what is real, what is good, and what can save your freedom.

Wake up and Turn YOUR BRAIN ON!!!!
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Monday, April 21, 2008

Jim Rohn - How to have Your Best Year Ever (1 of 3)

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Sunday, April 20, 2008

The Strangest Secret in the world - Earl Nightingale

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Saturday, April 19, 2008

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This post is sponsored by The Million Dollar Challenge
From the Email of "Principal" Baruti Kafele"I'm on FIRE!!!" http://www.principalkafele.com

Thank you for Sharing Emily

ASSLAS SPRING 2008 SCHOLAR IN RESIDENCE4/22 AND 4/23Educator, writer, and activist Angela Davis, a tenured professor in the History of Consciousness Department at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and the University of California Presidential Chair in African American and Feminist Studies, will serve as the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences spring 2008 Scholar in Residence on April 22 and 23.

Her visit begins on Tuesday, April 22, at 5 PM, with a screening of thedocumentary film The Farm: Angola (1998), which depicts day-to-day life inAngola Prison in Angola Louisiana. At 7 PM, she will deliver the keynoteaddress, "Identifying Racism in the Era of Neoliberalism," in which sheaddresses the persistent yet mutating dynamics of racism.On Wednesday, April 23, at 12:30 PM.

Davis will lead a round table discussion with New York-based artists Dread Scott, Hank Willis Thomas, Alain "KET" Mariduea and Amy Sananman about aesthetic practice, cultural politics, and social justice.

And because I'm an information professional, here are directions to the Brooklyn campus from Grand Central:Take the downtown 4 or 5 train to the Fulton Street station. Take theBrooklyn-bound A or C train to the Hoyt-Schermerhorn station. Cross platformand take the G train (front car) to the Clinton-Washington station. UseWashington Avenue exit. On Washington, walk one block north to DeKalbAvenue. Turn right onto DeKalb and proceed one block to Hall Street/SaintJames to the corner gate of the Pratt campus.


Emily Drabinski
Reference Librarian
Sarah Lawrence College
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1 Minute 30 Day Success System: Boost Up Visionary Economic Business Solutions

1 Minute 30 Day Success System: Boost Up Visionary Economic Business Solutions

This is an update on a post that was done earlier check out the comment for the new information and do pass it on. BOOST is doing some exciting things.
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Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Stand Up! The New Politics of Racial

Stand Up! The New Politics of Racial Uplift
A Public Philosophy Symposium

Temple University
Friday, May 2nd, 2008
9am to 5pm
Kiva Auditorium and Tuttleman Learning Center, Room 101

For information about participants, schedule, and work by participants and
material relevant to symposium themes, go to our website:

Purpose of Symposium:
The Millions More Movement, Cosby's 'call-outs,' and other recent trends
renew an old approach to black political thought and practice. The racial uplift
tradition tries to improve the conditions of black life by insisting on moral
refinement and race-based organization. Uplift ideology and practice have a
long and storied past, but critics of the tradition worry over its limitations.
Some express concern that it is anti-democratic, intolerant, elitist, sexist,
and heterosexist. Others think it focuses too much on personal morality and
cultural pathology and not enough on social justice and political economy.

The participants in the 'Stand Up!' symposium will think through the risks
and rewards of this new racial uplift politics. This interdisciplinary exercise
in public philosophy will explore the implications of a social phenomenon with
broad ethical significance. The new politics of racial uplift emerges from a
widely shared conviction that something is deeply wrong in American society.
Our public philosophy conference will take this judgment seriously, and subject
this politics to searching and critical scrutiny.

Confirmed Participants:

• Angela D. Dillard, Afroamerican and African Studies and Residential College,
LSA, at the University of Michigan
• Kenyon Farrow, essayist, organizer, media and communications specialist, and
board co-chair for Queers for Economic Justice
• Kevin Gaines, Afroamerican and African Studies and History at the University
of Michigan
• Kathryn T. Gines, African American and Diaspora Studies and Philosophy at
Vanderbilt University
• Eddie S. Glaude, Jr., Religion and African American Studies at Princeton
University and the Jamestown Project
• Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Women’s Research and Resource Center and the Women’s
Studies at Spelman College
• Joy James, Humanities and Political Science at Williams College and Senior
Research Fellow in the Center for African and African American Studies at the
University of Texas-Austin
• Adolph Reed, Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania
• Jared Sexton, African American Studies and Film & Media Studies at the
University of California, Irvine
• Aishah Shahidah Simmons, AfroLez® Productions and award-winning
African-American feminist lesbian documentary filmmaker, international lecturer, writer,
activist, and producer, writer, and director of the internationally acclaimed
documentary NO!
• Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr., Criminal Justice Institute at Harvard University
Law School and the Jamestown Project
• Paul C. Taylor, Philosophy at Temple University and the Jamestown Project

Temple University Department of Philosophy, the Office of the Provost, the
College of Liberal Arts, the Center for Humanities at Temple, the Ira Lawrence
Family Fund, and the Jamestown Project

The symposium is free and open to the public.

For more information, contact Tamara K. Nopper, assistant organizer, at

s. e. anderson is author of "The Black Holocaust for Beginners"
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Sunday, April 13, 2008

Some our Members Have Some Great Talents

Unlike myself Dena can hold a note or two. My attempts are below. The cool things about is that we both make money with this money maker You don't have to be a Rock STAR To earn like a ROCK STAR.

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Saturday, April 12, 2008

My Father's Father - Trinidad Roots

Here is more information about my Father's Side of the family courtesy of the Ellis Island Foundation Inc. Support our community

Clarence Coggins

Lillian Coggins

It looks like my grandfather came over a year earlier than my grandmother. I never got to meet either of them. But I saw pictures of them. My Grandmother was a school teacher. My Grandfather was a Independent Window Washer.

As you can see from the records they came from Trindad. What I found interesting was how the Ethnicity was listed: just British African for my Grandmother and British W. I., Af. Bl. For my Grandfather. I guess part of the reason may have been do to my Grandmother's heavy Indian (of the India variety) features.

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