Black America is Uniting and We are Taking Our Equity
If we were living in a different time in American history the events of 2020 to the present would not be possible. The events of history and the twisted logistical manipulation of white supremacy have put America in its own self compromised position. As it is further made clear that the economic situation for America will not improve for most Americans, Black America will have options. Pan Africanism and self-funded economic reparations initiatives are leading our empowered charge in achieving success with many beginning stage developments.
Politically, the 2 party system of America works against us, and economically most opportunities are closed doors to Black America. As we unify our agenda, Black America will no longer bend to the notions of America’s or the global white supremacy list of agendas. The unified 5 floors of Black America’s empowerment movements move forward via Black 1st PowerNomics.
“Powernomics: The National Plan to Empower Black America, by Dr. Claud Anderson, president of The Harvest Institute, are the foundation for all of the work of The Harvest Institute.” (The Harvest INSTITUTE) With developments and progress being made in the developing nations of Africa, Black America now has opportunities to secure productive partnerships with credible African governments through the AFCFTA, or African Continent Free Trade Area.
We’re on our own path now and the intensional fragmentation of Black American society over the course of my lifetime, and many decades prior to my birth was not an accident. The severe damage caused to Black American society has existed and continues to be underplayed since the days of American reconstruction after the American Civil War.
Foundational Black Americans have a lineage that leads back to the slavery killing fields and separate, but unequal Jim Crow south. These historically documented injustices are the roots of America’s crimes against Black America. In the modern era of America’s political discourse against Black America, we have faced a smokescreen of political figures working against our interests. At the same time, any progress that is made by Black American society is criminalized, or destroyed by white supremacist Americans and their legal system.
As we embrace global networking, business, and economic opportunities with our African diaspora family we must understand that it will no longer be beneficial to help or be loyal to America in any form or fashion.
Recently, an African Diaspora News Channel contributor posted a very interesting video on reasons why Black Americans should now explore ventures related to Africa. He seemed to sum up what man Black Americans have quietly been ignoring, It’s obvious, “Every time the black man makes it to a certain high level in America white supremacy finds a way to steal it.” (Majwega, 2021) I totally agree.
I also believe that individually, in Black America, each of us have run into situations where we are advancing in life financially and economically then along comes white supremacy and its negative vibes of confusion. If we get drawn into the confusion, sure we will have an advantage in life situations for a little while, but then white supremacy in America has many ways to suppress Black America’s progress. By not going along a standing firm on Black Empowerment Principles most will not achieve their full potential within the systematic oppression of America. Moving forward we must utilize our empowerment and embrace our global trading partners in Africa.
America and its white supremacy has already done to Foundational Black America what is going to be done to them, economically, as a result of our Black 1st and Pan African agenda execution. By uniting and securing economic partnerships between Black America and African nations belonging to the AFCFTA the fruits of self-funded reparations for Black America will begin to bloom. Another global factor is also set to also be put in motion and further connect the African continent and Black America.
The next WTO (World Trade Organization) Director-General will give African nations that are WTO participants and America favorable treatment with trade policy. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, economist and former finance minister of Nigeria is anticipated to be the first African and woman to lead the World Trade Organization.
“Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, is poised to become the next director-general of the World Trade Organization. This comes after her only contender dropped out of the race and the US administration offered its support, ending a deadlock caused by former president Donald Trump’s opposition.” (FRANCE 24 English, 2021).
We have clear documentation of the past, and moving forward into the future we can now remain focused. The present leads to our future, while the rest of America will be trying to relive and find their place in America’s lost past. For many of today’s younger generation of Black Americans, this time may be looked back on and thought of as a confusing and disappointing time.
This should be looked at as the time when Black America said enough with healing, and we just moved on to secure our global dominance through trade, the establishment, and replanting of our intellectual property throughout the diaspora. Trade is the building block connection that brings Black America together with Africa and other nations in the diaspora.
Our cultural and economic connections will provide for our own communities throughout the world. As we begin to assume authority for our own we will continue to win battles along the way that also secure economic and social justice for past human rights violations. In America, economic and social justice damages will have a devastating impact on American society. It will be up to Black America to make sure our own boat rises and acquire, or take what Black America is owed.
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The Harvest INSTITUTE. (n.d.). Retrieved February 11, 2021, from http://www.harvestinstitute.org/About-Us.html
Majwega, D. (2021, February 4). The Global Awakening Is Actually Happening In Spite Of What Some Believe. Retrieved February 8, 2021, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=jrOF6ZLk7G4
FRANCE 24 English. (2021, February 8). Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala set to make history as first woman and African to head WTO. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EU-nrspt9Ww