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      This collection of speeches covers an array of topics from the contributions of
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      Chap 1 - Who Betrayed the Afrikan World Revolution
      Chap 2 - The True Light of Afrikan History
      Chap 3 - The Contribution of Nile Valley Civilization to World History
      Chap 4 - Pan-Afrikanism in Transition: Looking Towards the 21st Century
      Chap 5 - The Historical Basis for Afrikancentricity
      Chap 6 - Education for a New Reality in the Afrikan World
      Chap 7 - Unblemished, Uncorrupted Leadership
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      dayum...

      From the Notes:

      “This word ‘emancipation’…most of us take the position that this word means freedom…is that correct? I find that what you have to do with English…English is a subject that is deeper than making subjects and verbs agree. Yet, that is all you taught in school. One of the things that you must do in terms of English is being to find the root meaning of words.

      “Emancipation is not an English term. It came from the Roman law and it means ‘transfer of ownership.’ Basically, what we’re talking about here is that the Emancipation Proclamation did not free anybody because we always knew that Abe didn’t free us. Am I right? Then the question becomes…if Abe Lincoln didn’t free us, then who did? Certainly no Cracker did.

      “This transfer of ownership’ means that there was a recognition that the English model of slavery had to be changed and there had to be a Roman model of slavery. If you study Roman law, you’ll find that the Roman system of slavery was different from the English system of slavery. In the Roman system of slavery you could be a banker, a lawyer, an architect, an engineer…you could be any of that…just like we are today. You have Negroes who say, ‘Yes, I graduated from Harvard University.’ Yeah, a slave or…’I’m Clarence Thomas’…a slave.

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      I just read that part again and I remember thinking how they use words to mislead and deceive us. We need to understand the original meanings of the words they use. Lincoln just shifted slavery from one form to another.

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      Video reference p. 26


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      referenced on pgs. 120 and 208


      THE AIMS AND METHODS OF A LIBERAL EDUCATION FOR AFRICANS.


      Inaugural Address as President of Liberia College delivered at Monrovia, Jan. 5, 1881

      by Edward Wilmot Blyden




     

     
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