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We are people of the good black earth. We are unmistakably BLACK. However, having Black skin or a high concentration of melanin does not make one have a true consciousness of Blackness.
Being Black is having knowledge and appreciation of one's Afrikan Diasporic history.
Being Black is understanding our true home language. 

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The 77 Percent
You can't hate the roots of the tree without ending up hating the tree. You can't hate your origin without ending up hating yourself. You can't hate the land, your motherland, the place that you come from, and we can't hate Africa without ending up hating ourselves.
Malcolm X (El Malik El Shabazz)
 The original ancient name of Africa was Alkebulan. This name translates to “mother of mankind,” or according to other sources, “the garden of Eden.” Alkebulan is an extremely old word, and its origins are indigenous


Afrikan Proverbs

When spiders unite they can time up a lion.

He who does not cultivate his fields will die of hunger. 

Life is like a garden, it is not cultivated, it cannot be harvested.

One camel does not make fun of the other camel's hump.

A cutting word is worse than a bowstring. A cut may heal, but the cut of a tongue does not.

A little subtleness is better than a lot of force.

Friends of our friends are our friends.

Let him speak who has seen with his eyes.

if you fill your mouth with a razor, you will spit blood.

Before healing, heal yourself.

Spilled water is better than a broken jar.

It is better to travel alone than with a bad companion.

A healthy ear can hear sick words.

If a little tree grows in the shadow of a larger tree, it will die small.

It is better to be loved than feared.

Quarrels end but words once spoken, never die.

Wisdom does not come overnight.

We start out as fools and become wise through experiences.

Thunder is not yet rain.

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