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A Publication of the Collective Black People Movement (CBPM) and UNIA-ACL Division 421
Whirlwind Newsletter for April 1st, 2014
Can we do it? Can Black People re-build the Black Nation or are we forever in the U.S. doomed to the will of our enslavers? When will all of our people see that a Collective Solution is the best solution no matter what our people face. The mission of the Collective Black People Movement (CBPM) is to gather, document, and organize the skills, talents, and intelligence (Education) of Black People for the purpose of self-help and collective development.  Join the Collective Black People Movement (CBPM) to do your part in the movement for our People. The CBPM is made ups of Brothers and Sisters from different Black Organizations, Spiritualities, Businesses, Churches, Families and individuals.  We can move our People to be Proactive and function Collectively in many areas of life. Do u feel we can Re-build the Black Nation? Holla Black... Forward Ever, Backward Never.

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Happy Earthday Greetings to CBPM Members:
Member #919 Helen in Philadelphia, Tennessee;

Member #1,126 Michael in Durham, North Carolina;

Member #1,145 Dy in Athens, Georgia;

Member #1,166 Kwu in Lake Helen, Florida
Member #1,153 Happy Earthday Miss Trey in Atlanta, Georgia;
Today's featured Member businesses on all 900+ pages at the CBPM website are:
Member #754 "The Global Entrepreneur" in Atlanta, Georgia,
Member #791 "Unity Washitaw Dugdahmoundya Nation" in South Central United States, 
On this day let's give a collective support to the New Members of the CBPM, CBPM Families with Earthdays and the CBPM's featured member businesses.  You may reach out to them and send them greetings, join their cause or support their business efforts.  It's all about supporting each other, supporting Black Businesses, and keeping the dollars in the community.
The Collective Black People Movement (CBPM) has members in 16 different Countries. Below is breakdown:
Country   Number of CBPM Members
Ghana   30
Nigeria   7
England   4
Canada   3
Jamaica   3
Barbados   2
France   2
South Africa   2
Virgin Islands 2
Bermuda   1
India   1
Korea   1
St. Croix   1
Uganda   1
Zimbabwe   1
"No other people should have 
more information on Black People, 
than the information that Black 
People have on ourselves"


Never before have we reached this point in History where the UNIA-ACL Government, created almost a century ago, can celebrate the triumphs and defeats of the largest black mass movement in African-American history. 
Not only will we celebrate as a Government but also as an organization highlighting the magnitude of a Man’s work which was of such an excellent quality and standard that the annuals of time have not been able to rightfully and fully capture its essence. This we Must do as a People during this great Centennial Celebration... Continued Here:
Great Africans in Today's History
On April 1st, 1949 Gil-Scott Heron was born in Chicago, Illinois, to a Jamaican Father and African American Mother. He had many popular songs from "Johanesburg" to "The Revolution will not be televised".
On April 1st, 1950, Dr. Charles Richard Drew, African American Inventor pioneer on blood plasma research, joined the Ancestors. Dr. Drew was forced to get his Doctorates Degree in Canada because of the racial segregation system in the United States during that time
The Collective Black People Movement (CBPM) has members in 40 out of 50 different states in the USA. Below is breakdown:
State Members
Georgia 887
Florida 59
Texas 57
New York 55
California 38
North Carolina 36
Ohio 33
Maryland 28
Illinois 26
New Jersey 25
Alabama 24
Pennsylvania 24
Tennessee 24
Louisiana 23
South Carolina 23
Virginia 19
Michigan 17
Mississippi 17
Indiana 12
Missouri 11
Arizona 10
Kentucky 9
Massachusetts 9
Colorado 8
Washington DC 7
Arkansas 6
Hawaii 4
Iowa 4
Connecticut 3
Oklahoma 3
Wisconsin 3
Deleware 2
Nebraska 2
Nevada 2
Oregon 2
Utah  2
West Virginia 2
Kansas 1
Minesota 1
Washington 1
Coming up in the Community
When I got large enough to go to work, while employed I was reflecting on many things that would present themselves to my imagination; and whenever an opportunity occurred of looking at a book, when the school-children were getting their lessons, I would find many things that the fertility of my own imagination had depicted to me before...Nat Turner
In Service,
UNIA-ACL Division 421
CBPM Administration Department
Atlanta, Georgia
678-827-CBPM (2276)

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