Spread E.G.P.A

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E.G.P.A stands for Economic Growth of Pan-Africans. After spending 4 months in Europe in the latter part of 2011, I began to truly submerge myself in all aspects of African studies. In a little over a year and a half, I am done researching and I am ready to take action...In the fall of 2013 I will begin the last year of my "education" at college. With a Bachelor's degree in Health & Human Services in hand, I will be forced into yet another job that has been created to have me work for an organization/company that is most likely run by a non-African. I don’t know about you, but I cannot see myself working a 9-5 until I turn 65 (or 75, the way the economy is looking these days). E.G.P.A is not just the name of this blog; it’s what I would to think of as the evolution of a revolution. I want to do so much work surrounding this living and breathing entity that I believe is still alive in the minds of Africans today. So join in the brainstorming of the movement!
If you want to see the "Student behind the vision", may I guide you tot he top left corner......Send me your thoughts and your opinions about whats going on today! I would love to hear them: SpreadEGPA@gmail.com

*Please click on "Lectures" at the top to get more information regarding my "Black Wall Street" course....*

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gang0fwolves:

heartsdontbreakeven:

The truth

this man was speaking so much truth, i really wish someone would interview him

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Melissa Harris-Perry's Searing Tribute To Black Men Killed By Police →

Sad but true. And if we don’t start putting our black lawyers and politicians to good use, we will soon find ourselves in the same situation 30 years from now. Read up on laws of sovereignty and know the power that you hold in this nation. But if we’re still concerned about what the latest fashions are, partying every weekend, what movie we HAVE to see, and turn down the distractions designed to keep you from finding out how you can remove yourself out of the position you subconsciously help keep yourself in, everyday of your life. Many people love illusion because it helps them cope with what they see on the news and in this broken world we live in. But we can’t deal with our problems like that. The curtains must be pulled back, so you can see the man that calls himself the “Wizard”. If not, whats going on in Missouri will just be the TIP of the iceberg….just wait. smh

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isharedfoundlove:

thepoeticrebel:

Wow

I literally gasped at every single gif.

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Response to the " 'Exodus' movie- Whitewashing backlash" →

cococurenat:

Ok, so basically the main reason as to why they used white actors is because there aren’t any bankable black actors???!!! LMFAO they may as well had just said “fuck Blacks actors” everywhere. So you’re telling me Denzel Washington, Will Smith, Angela Bassett, & Halle Berry don’t exist? Its easy…

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nubiancontempt:

darvinasafo:

I didn’t know this….

Ya Learn something new everyday !☺️

nubiancontempt:

darvinasafo:

I didn’t know this….

Ya Learn something new everyday !☺️

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thephysicalisanillusion:

The Matrix is a system, Neo. That system is our enemy. But when you’re inside, you look around, what do you see? Businessmen, teachers, lawyers, carpenters. The very minds of the people we are trying to save. But until we do, these people are still a part of that system and that makes them our enemy. You have to understand, most of these people are not ready to be unplugged. And many of them are so inured, so hopelessly dependent on the system, that they will fight to protect it.

-Morpheus

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