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From Right to Left: (1)Khemtnu (2)Syrian (3)Ta'Nehisi'an (4)Libyan.

Khemt is the name of what is now referred to as "Ancient Egypt". As the Khemetan language was written in consonantal structure, the alphabetic spelling of its original characters would be KMT--transliterated into modern English as "Kham-et", "Khem-et" or "Kem-it". Other transliterated spellings include Khemet, Kemet, Kamit, Kamut, Qamot, and Khama'at.

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A couple Black children watching the tele

Often times we as parents, and indeed as Black people tend to live in all or nothing, black or white worlds. That's not always the best place to raise children in though. While the Tell-Lie-Vision programming often has extremely negative effects, its only a tool. Far too much we allow our enemies to use it against us. Below are a few shows that can be used to weaponize that tool for Black Power.

Full Works of Literature

We are working on Archiving all the works of literature that can be used for the upliftment of the Black Family
Julius Nyerere| author of The Arusha Declaration

The Arusha Declaration was made by Tanzanian President Julius Nyerere on 5 February 1967, outlining the principles of Ujamaa (Nyerere's vision of socialism) to develop the nation's economy. The declaration called for an overhaul of the economic system, through African socialism and self-reliance in locally administered villages through a villagization program.