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Published by the Local Black Government of the UNIA-ACL... Established August 31st 1920
and the Collective Black People Movement (CBPM)... Established November 15th, 1995
Whirlwind Newsletter for April 23rd, 2014
Volume 3 Issue 16                                                               Atlanta, Georgia, USA
The Skills, Talents, and Intelligence (Education) Revolution
Black People, our time has come to gather our people locally, nationally, and internationally.  There are many reasons we need to gather our people together but the number one reason is because a collective solution is the best approach for Black People when it comes to the criminal justice system, education of our people, jobs, supporting black businesses, on and on... Continued Here
If you don't have some skills, talents, and intelligence (education), get some. If you have some, get Scientific with it so you emerge on the top of your profession as an expert in your area.  You, your family, and your people's survival will be based on the amount of S.T.I.R. we have.
April 23rd Earthday Greetings to CBPM Members: 
Member #722 Masosi in Clarkston, Georgia 

Member #1,350 Karamoko in Houston, Texas


Member #1,537 Otis L. Nelson II in Chicago, Illinois
April 22nd Earthday Greetings to CBPM Member: 
Member #898 Ras Kenton in Atlanta, Georgia, www.reverbnation.com/kentaten
April 22nd Earthday Greetings to CBPM Members: 
Member #431 Kimel in Suwanee, Georgia

Member #712 Shae in Tokyo, Japan

Member #1,082 Knighton in McDonough, Georgia

Member #1,504 Wisdom in Atlanta, Georgia

 
April 23rd featured Member business on all 900+ pages at the CBPM website:
Member #836 "Beyond Boundaries" in Houston, Texas. "Uniting and bringing wealth to the African descent/Black/
African American people."
Benita Celeste
www.cbpm.org/beyondboundaries
April 22nd featured Member business on all 900+ pages at the CBPM website:
Member #890 "Front for the Unification & Development of Africa & Arabia" in St. Louis, Missouri. As a political Front, we seek to link all Pan-Africanist groups and individuals to elect an All-African People's Revolutionary Government, the objective of which is to Unite Africa from the Tigris-Euphrates to the Cape of Good Hope
www.cbpm.org/fudaa
On this day let's give a collective support to the New Member 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.
April 23rd
Great African:
On April 23rd, 1812: Harry Island was born. He was an African Creek mediator and translator From Muskogee, Oklahoma.
April 22nd
In African Our-Story:
In 1739: There was a major Slave Revolt in South Carolina.  The Stono Rebellion, sometimes called Cato's Conspiracy or Cato's Rebellion, was the largest slave uprising in the British mainland colonies prior to the American Revolution.
April 23rd featured Member business on all 900+ pages at the CBPM website:
Member #1010 "Season of Living" in Los Angeles, Califonia. LaMoomba of Season of Living serves the UNIA-ACL Black Government as Youth Ambassador. As Youth Ambassador, my directive is to galvanize young people to be creatively responsive to the world around them. The UNIA Youth Ambassador's task is to give a voice to the young people within the Government. The Universal Negro Improvement Association is a Government for African People of high affairs to affect global change
www.cbpm.org/lamoomba
April 22nd featured Member business on all 900+ pages at the CBPM website:
Member #896 "Gospel of Tears" in Decatur, Georgia. Reflecting the art and style of Blackmanime, a style of story telling in 
true applicable non-suggestive form expression for todays youth and illiterate who have deemed reading and writing creating and expressing a lost art in self-education as well as education learning and creating with others without distorting truth through fiction or semitism.
www.cbpm.org/heartworks
April 23rd
Great Africans:
On April 23rd, 2003: The Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library was dedicated and opened its doors. Denver's Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library is the only library of its kind between Detroit and Oakland.
April 22nd
In African Our-Story:
On April 22nd, 1970: Thousands of Yale students protested in support of Bobby Seale and the Black Panther Party.
Coming Up In the Community
Coming Up In the Community
Coming Up In the Community
Coming Up In the Community
Advice from our Ancestor:
"There is one thing you have got to learn about our movement. Three people are better than no people"... Fannie Lou Hammer
In Service,
 
UNIA-ACL Division 421
CBPM Administration Department
UNIA/CBPM Office
Atlanta, Georgia
678-827-CBPM (2276)
 
http://www.unia-centennial.org/index.html
http://uniaacl.org/www.uniaacl.org/index.html
http://www.pearlacademy.org/
http://www.unity4power.org
http://www.educationalmanagementassociates.com/
http://www.teachawoman2fish.org/index.html

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