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RBG The Black/New Afrikan Creed

1. I believe in the spirituality, humanity and genius of Black People, and in Our new pursuit of these values.

2. I believe in the family and the community, and in the community as a family, and i will work to make this concept live.

3. I believe in the community as more important than the individual.

4. I believe in constant struggle for freedom, to end oppression and build a better world. I believe in collective struggle: in fashioning victory in concert with my Brothers and Sisters.

5. I believe that the fundamental reason Our oppression continues is that We, as people, lack the power to control Our lives.

6. I believe that the fundamental way to gain that power, and end oppression, is to build a sovereign Black nation.

7. I believe that all the land in America, upon which We have lived for a long time, which We have worked and build upon, and which We have fought to stay on, is land that belongs to Us as a people.

8. I believe in the Malcolm X Doctrine: that We must organize upon this land, and hold a plebiscite, to tell the world by a vote that We are free and Our land independent, and that, after the vote, We must stand ready to defend Ourselves, establishing the nation beyond contradiction.


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Welcome to RBG: Scholarly Revolutionary Higher Education Presented Using An Interactive Edutaining Teaching Methodology.

Our educational mission is to develop in each learner a Luv of learning by providing an Afri-Centered interactive learning environment that fosters problem solving, critical & creative thinking, artistic expression and positive character development (through the principles of Nguzo Saba & MA’AT ) — combined with a rigorous basic education skills development program that includes the language arts, math, science, and technology domains.

RBG4LifPanther said…

RBG On Hip Hop and the Five Percent Nation


Anything that Black people do that is not associated with or controlled by mainstream white national corporate America and/or it’s lackey’s is going to be deionized. I mean look at the article you posted–the epitome of implicit racism,(“a constitutional right to express crazy, or even racially incendiary, ideas”). What I read is white fear of the black man. And when we rely on these media forms for our information it is always going to give us a white supremacy/racist perspective under the guise of objectivity. But, such is an age old story and it will never change under the present system of white world terror domination. So pieces like this I try to avoid because so much of “the man’s” tactic of confuse, divide and conquer is to take us (Black Folk) off the offense and put us on the defense. If you spend all your time having to defend what it is that is of benefit to you then that leaves no time for you to do it. “Fear of a Black planet” is a never ending story.You know and I know that there is a direct relationship between present day Rap Cointelpro and the FBI’s history of counter-intelligence on the Five Percent Nation; and many of our most well known Rap Icons belong to and/ or study with the Nation of Gods and Earths / Five Percenters.

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HISTORY LESSON: The Islamic group to which Brand Nubian belong, known by outsiders as the Five Percent Nation of Islam, by insiders as the Nation of Gods and Earths, hold beliefs so far removed from mainstream Islamic teachings as to be virtually unrecognizable as Islamic to a majority of Muslims. For example, the chant “allahu akbar” (“God is Greatest”) in the context of this Brand Nubian song means something very different than in mainstream Islamic beliefs. God/Allah, for Five Percenters, is not the Divinity as conventionally defined by the monotheistic faiths. God is the black man.

Islamic rap is no marginal cultural phenomenon, but has firmly implanted itself at the center of US mass culture. In 1997, for instance, three of the Top Ten albums on the Billboard charts were by rap groups with Islamic affiliations. Occupying the #1 position was Nas’s album It Was Written. At the time, his video single “If I Ruled the World” (recorded with Lauryn Hill of the Fugees) was in heavy rotation on MTV, and since then, “Street Dreams” has aired frequently on MTV. Nas is an avowed Five Percenter. At #7 were the Fugees, whose album The Source had spent many weeks at #1 and eventually went platinum, with sales of over 4 million units. When Fugees were hot they were not just a massive commercial phenomenon but are highly acclaimed by critics as well, some of whom regarded the Fugees as the salvation of rap while others see them as the new face of alternative rock. If the Fugees were not in fact Five Percent members, there are several indications that they are very close to it. Their chart-topping numbers include several references to Islam, such as my personal favorite, from their hit “Fu-gee-la”:

I’m a true champion
Like, Farrakhan
Reads his Daily Qur’an
It’s a phenomenon,
Lyrics fast like Ramadan.

Finally, at #10 was A Tribe Called Quest’s Beats, Rhymes and Life. Tribe, a critically respected rap group, is considered to be on the “positivity” tip.
Among the commercially successful and critically hailed rappers who belong to the Nation of Gods and Earths are: Rakim (Allah) of Eric B and Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Poor Righteous Teachers, Busta Rhymes, Leaders of the New School, The Guru of the group Gangstarr, Pete Rock and CL Smooth, and Mobb Deep. All members of the group, Wu Tang Clan, belong to the Five Percent Nation, including those whose solo work has sold in the millions: Method Man, Ol’ Dirty Bastard (RIP), Raekwon, and most recently, Ghost Face Killer. The Grammy Award-winning Digable Planets are also part of the Five Percent orbit,6 and the Digables’ second release Blowout Comb is loaded with Five-Percent references. In fact, many more noted rappers belong to Five Percent Nation than to Minister Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam (NOI). Prominent rappers who are NOI members or sympathizers include Ice Cube, Public Enemy, Kam, Professor Griff, and Paris.

RBGz New Afrikan Education Course Link Table:

RBG: SDL (Self Directed Learning) Black Studies Outline for Advanced Learners

The Master Keys to the Study of Ancient Kemet/Dr. Asa G. Hilliard, III


Dr. Ben, Dr. Clarke and Dr. Van Sertima on Our Holocaust and A Maafa Timeline

Dr. Molefi Kete Asante: Foundations of Afrikan Pedagogy

Afrikan History and Culture Lessons: Our Scholars, Historians and Educators Teach

Dr. Marimba Ani On Yurugu and Afrikan Rebirth

Tony Brown’s Afrocentric Education Conference…more

Dr. Chancellor Williams On “The Destruction of Black Civilization”

Dr. Cheikh Anta Diop On the Origins of Civilization

Oyotunji Village: “A Spiritual and Cultural Re-Awakening”

Dr. Carter G. Woodson On Education and Mis-Education..more

The American Indian Holocaust

Professor John Glover Jackson, “One of Our Greatest Cultural Historians”

The Science of the Moors, Dr. Ivan Sertima Lecture…and more

Racism: A History (3 Part Video and RBG Notes)

Dr. Leonard Jefferies on the Afrikan Mind and 10 Areas of conflicts with White Supremacy

Dr. Amiri Baraka On Dr. Du Bois’s Double Consciousness Precept and more

A People’s History Of The United States / by Howard Zinn : RBGz Audio and History Is A Weapon e-Books

Robert F. Williams: The Man They Don’t Want You To Know About

“From Jim Crow to Civil Rights to Black Liberation?”

Malcolm X / Make It Plain: The Classic Documentary and A Timeline


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