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  1. 1. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation RBG FROLINAN STUDIES COLLECTION Read / study the Frolinan Treaties
  2. 2. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation “LIBATION” mp3 & ICEBREAKER QUOTE 2 “African American Studies must become an active agent and participant in educating, organizing and empowering children, families, and communities to improve their lives; African American Studies must (re)focus and (re)direct its efforts. Those of us in the discipline must ask ourselves some hard and true questions: What is the purpose of African American Studies? Why do we exist? What does it mean to be African-Centered or Afrocentric? What does it mean to be committed to the struggle?” The African American Studies Reader / edited by Nathaniel Norment, Jr. - 2nd ed., 2007 LIBATION mp3-NANA KUTU (Del Jones) THE WAR CORRESPODENT
  3. 3. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation Objective 1 3 Explain the historical background and present utility of the “Internal Colony Theory” and the demographic variables that reflect the masses of New Afrikans current Neo-colony status as they relate to Dr. Amos Wilson’s “de facto Third World Status and Nation-Within-A-Nation Concepts”. Presentation LEARNING OBJECTIVES by the end of the presentation learners will be able to;
  4. 4. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation Objective 2 4 Explain the historical background and present importance of the Afrikan in America “Nation-within-a-Nation ideal. Presentation LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  5. 5. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation Objective 3 5 Describe how revolutionary Black Nationalist (New Afrikan) philosophical arguments, thought and political ideologies might be useful in our present pursuits of self-determination and National liberation. Presentation LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  6. 6. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation Objective 4 6 Outline and discuss the theoretical framework of Frolinan as a historical dialectal materialist analysis, including its four significant historical epochs towards Afrikan American political economic power and independence. Presentation LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  7. 7. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation Objective 5 7 Identify the interdisciplinary connections and continuum between RBG Communiversity’s content and methods as a Africana studies program, and Frolinan as its Community Development Project and Nation-building Practicum. Presentation LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  8. 8. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation Tribute: “Our Ancestors as Plantation Slaves” 8
  9. 9. Thousands Camp Out for Job Fair as Jobless Rate Rises Atlanta Aug 18th 2011 9 Thousands Camp Out for Job Fair From: http://abcnews.go.com/Business/thousands-show-job-fair-jobless-rate-rises/story?id=14336519 FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation
  10. 10. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation 10
  11. 11. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation RBG Communiversity Philosophical & Pedagogical Framework DIOP'S TWO CRADLE THEORY FROM "THE AFRICAN ORIGIN OF CIVILIZATION" AND "CULTURAL UNITY" 11 CHARACTERISTIS OF THE TWO CRADLES (Determined by Environment after a separation during the Ice Age)
  12. 12. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation RBG Communiversity Two Main Curricula 12 RBG Street Scholars Think Tank Website RBG STREET SCHOLARS THINK TANK CORE SCOs (Shareable Content Objects) THE PREEMINENT GOAL OF RBG STREET SCHOLARS THINK TANK'S CORE CURRICULUM IS SELF-MASTERY BY WAY OF AFRIKAN- CENTERED CULTURAL TRANSFORMATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF SECURING BLACK POWER. RBG BLAKADEMICS MAIN LIBRARY SCOs RBG Blakademics is the premiere academic arm of RBG Communiversity, a Web 2.0 in Afrikan- centered Education Demonstration. An educational program and research project Dedicated to Further Building the Hip Hop--Black Liberation Movement Connection by Combining Conscious Digital Edutainment with A Scholarly Self Directed Learning (SDL) Environment. RBG Blakademics Website
  13. 13. OUR SPECIALIZED EDUCATION PORTAL Designed, developed and curated by Marc Imhotep Cray, M.D. IMHOTEP VIRTUAL MEDICAL SCHOOL 13 IVMS Research Project Home page Core Strategy INSTITUTE FOR MINORITY PHYSICIANS OF THE FUTURE (IMPF) core strategy is to identify, inform, recruit, assist, advise and educate promising African-American, Native-American, and Hispanic-American, high school and college students in order to increase the number of minority medical students and PhD. candidates in United States medical schools.
  14. 14. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation RBG Communiversity Required Textbooks 14 RBG Blueprint for Black Power Study Cell Guide Book-2011 Updated Professor Marimba Ani and Yurugu Tutorial/ Guide In Blueprint for Black Power Dr. Amos Wilson's (video) main thesis is "economic destiny determines biological destiny"; and in order to secure politico-economic power (Black Power) in the 21st Century, we must see ourselves as and function as "a Nation-within-a-Nation" and solidify a "Afrikan American / Caribbean / Pan-Afrikan bloc" to generate Black power in the United States.
  15. 15. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation RBG Communiversity “Dean of Black and Africana Studies” 15 RBG DR. JOHN HENRIK CLARKE STUDIES COLLECTION Website
  16. 16. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation RBG Communiversity Curriculum Standards 16 ACCESS THIS DOCUMENT FOR THE LESSONS INTERACTIVE VERSION RBG BLAKADEMICS: Curricular Domains, Fields and Aims Outline “Akoto’s Afrikan Centered Thematic Inventory provides [the major themes of Nationalist / Pan-Afrikanist centered theories of liberation…and the philosophical foundation of Afrikan centered curriculum” Blueprint for Black Power, pg. 130, 2000 AWI
  17. 17. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation RBG Communiversity Curriculum Outline 17 I. Cultural Ideological A. Culture and Ideology B. Creativity II. Spiritual Psycho-Affective A. Self Knowledge B. Ethics and Morality III. Socio-Political and Economic A. Political Economy B. Cognition and Inquiry C. Technology D. Mathematics E. Sciences F. Computer Sciences IV. Technology A. Mathematics B. Science C. Computer Science D. Functional Skills V. Nation building (Practical Applications) A. Career Development Apprenticeships B. Research Theory and Practicum’s C. Community Development Projects (FROLINAN) The interdisciplinary curriculum fields are listed below under the curricular Domains, and include the subject areas that comprise the respective Fields of learning/teaching and Aims in RBG Street Scholars Think Tank’s curricula. RBG-BLAKADEMICS-Curricular-Domains-Fields-and-Aims-Outline
  18. 18. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation RBG Communiversity National Strategy of the Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation 18 FROLINAN is the national community activity arm of RBG Communiversity. RBG Communiversity constitutes my current historical, political, educational, cultural development and socialization work online and in the community. The Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation is a “from the garss-roots up liberation education, politico- economic development and Nation- building program”. WEB 2.0 EDUCATION:A New Afrikan Socio-Educational Network (2005). Dedicated to Implementing the Teachings of Our Elders and Ancestors. New Network
  19. 19. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation RBG Communiversity is an “Online / Community- based Africana studies hybrid curriculum” 19 …that honors the applied, experiential, and activist model from which Black Studies programs originally developed. It is a pedagogy of community service teaching / learning and advocacy scholarship. “Scholarship & Activism” = (RBG Communiversity > Frolinan)  From Integrated Web 2.0 environments we use an “edutainment teaching methodology” to deploy SCOs (Sharable Content Objects) and media assets in an effort to advance a discourse in Afrikan ontology (being), epistemology (knowing), and axiology (doing)  Communiversity target audience and core constituency is Hip Hop Generation (urban Blacks and Brown born between of 1960 and 1984) and their children.
  20. 20. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation RBG Commun. Official Website 20 https://rbgstreetscholar.wordpress.com/
  21. 21. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY Abstract: In this paper my thesis is a prescriptive one. It is a "Theory and Practice to Break the Chains of National Oppression" that represents an application of Dr. Amos Wilson’s Afrikan Liberation psychology teachings and his “Blueprint for Black Power” reclamation of Black self- determination paradigm. I argue that because the masses of New Afrikan* people live under “de facto colonization and third world nation status”, with strategic implementation of a New Afrikan revolutionary theoretical framework and program of decolonization, based on a Nation-within-a-Nation consciousness, commitment and conduct, the New Afrikan Independence Movement can be pushed forward towards our ultimate objective of national independence. Within the context of the aforementioned notions i.e., colonization and nation- within-a-nation, a “National Program of Decolonization” can be implemented and propagated throughout New Afrikan (Black) communities across the United States that will positively reflect and impact the cultural, political, socioeconomic and moral needs of the masses of New Afrikan people and thus, serve as a template for present and future New Afrikan Education and Nation-building paradigms and praxis into the 21st century. 21 KEY TERMS ARE IN BOLD:
  22. 22. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY “SIMPLY STATED” 22 “It is a theory and practice to Break the Chains of National Oppression that includes a Three Phase Theory for National Independence namely, Phase 1: Class Struggle for National Unity, Phase 2: National Unity for Self Government and Phase 3: Self-Government for National Independence.” “THE IDEA IS TO, IN A STEPWISE PROCESS, MOVE FROM LOCAL COMMUNITY CONTROL OF GOODS AND SERVICES TO FULL NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE”
  23. 23. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation “The Internal Colonialism Theory” 23 Theory of the distribution of power and advantage within nation-states …Economic resources and power are concentrated at the center, to the advantage of which periphery is subordinated… Culture, values, and ways of life characteristic of the center is favored above those of periphery, which will be dismissed as less developed… See: African-Americans as an Internal Colony- The Theory of Internal Colonialism (Bohmer,1998) Reprint How-Black-Awakening-in-Capitalist- America-Laid-the-Foundation-for-a- New-Internal-Colonialism-Theory
  24. 24. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation Internal Colonialism(2) 24 The political implications of the concept : … by defining territorial , politico- economic and cultural relationships as “colonial” Nationalist leaders have inspire “The Peoples” support for movements designed to promote greater autonomy, and up to National Independence Nkrumah, African Awakening and Neo- colonialism... Reprint Nkrumah, African awakening and neo- colonialism: how Black America awakened Nkrumah and Nkrumah awakened Black America.
  25. 25. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation Internal Colonialism(3) 25 In a 1963 speech entitled “The Black Revolution”, Malcolm X argued that "America is a colonial power. She has colonized 22 million Afro-Americans by depriving us of first-class citizenship, by depriving us of civil rights, actually by depriving us of human rights" The Black Revolution: Speech by Malcolm X- June , 1963, Reprint
  26. 26. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation Internal Colonialism(4) 26 Following the Rebellions of 1967 MLK Jr. said "The slum is little more than a domestic colony which leaves its inhabitants dominated politically, exploited economically, segregated and humiliated at every turn." Kwame Ture’, Huey P. Newton, and the Black Panthers picked up and carried the idea forward
  27. 27. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation “The Afrikan American Community as a de facto Third World Nation” (Wilson, Blueprint for Black Power 1998, pg. 507-509) 27 Dr. Wilson’s Black “National Debt” Concept “…Many Problems exhibited by the Afrikan American Community reflect more its inadequate economic organization and management as a nation than its outright poverty or impoverishment of human resources…” pg. 508 Things that can be traced back to us as a Nation with a disorganized economy  Inadequate education, recreation and socialization institutions  Lack of employment opportunities  Family instability and disruption  Inadequate housing  Anti-social and criminal behavior  Drug addiction  premature death and disease “A set up for exploitation and colonization by stronger nations”
  28. 28. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation “The Third World”(1) 28  First World: the United States and its allies.  Second World: the Soviet Union, China and their allies.  Third World: neutral and non-aligned countries. Term Third World arose during Cold War to define countries that remained non- aligned with either capitalism and NATO (which along with its allies represented the First World), communism and Soviet Union (which along with its allies represented the Second World). Provided a way of broadly categorizing the nations of the Earth into three groups based on social, political, and economic divisions Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Third_World
  29. 29. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation “Third World countries”(2) 29 MOGADISHU, Somalia, Street known as the Green Line, Jan 1993 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Third_World Children in the ruins, Bronx , NY 1960’s Jacob Holdt 2004 Most-so-called-Third World countries are former European colonies, faced with the challenges of nation and institution-building on their own for the first time after European pillage and plunder See: RBG-The Maafa (European Holocaust of Afrikan Enslavement) and Reparations Collection
  30. 30. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation Afrikans in America as a de facto Nation-within-a-Nation 30 In his Nation-within-a-Nation chapter Dr. Amos Wilson seem to be saying Afrikans in America are a politically disenfranchised, economically exploited, socially degraded, and alien culture dominated Nation-within-a- Nation, in large part, borne to its lack of a Afrikan Nationhood consciousness, commitment and conduct. At one juncture he makes this point by saying: “except for its mainly second-tier alien employment status, its cultural entertainment contributions to the American market economy, its role as a mass consumer market for White American manufactured products and services, its full-spectrum participation in and integration into American society is negligible.” (Wilson, Blueprint for Black Power 1998, pg. 504) RBG WW 1 Nation Blueprint for Black Power Study Cell Guidebook Blueprint’s Thesis “ Economic Destiny Determines Biological Destiny”
  31. 31. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation Some History of the Afrikan in America “Nation-within-a-Nation Concept” 31 In his essay “How Black Awakening in Capitalist America laid the foundation for a New Internal Colonialism Theory” Pinderhughes states the following; “There is a 180-year-old tradition of black activists viewing African America as a "nation with a nation." The slogan is notable in the national black convention movement's first call to unite in 1830, as it responded to the program against the blacks of Cincinnati in 1830. Martin Delany utilized it in his colonization appeals. In 1853, Frederick Douglass embraced the formulation in his call to black national consciousness. Cyril Briggs employed it in his Amsterdam News assessment of the contradiction between the African American condition and President Wilson's World War I peace proposals. And it was the title of W.E.B. Du Bois's call in 1935 to sidestep Jim Crow segregation during the Great Depression with a cooperative economic program.” (Outline and emphasis of Mines) From: How Black Awakening in Capitalist America laid the foundation for a New Internal Colonialism Theory (Pinderhughes, Charles 2010) http://www.scribd.com/doc/61172044/How-Black-Awakening-in-Capitalist-America-laid-the-foundation-for-a-New- Internal-Colonialism-Theory-Pinderhughes-Charles-2010-Reprint
  32. 32. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation “Ten of Us Who Denounced America” 32 Source: Black Plant News / Written by Casey Gane-McCalla http://newsone.com/newsone-original/casey-gane-mccalla/ex-patriots-and-expatriates-10-black-americans-who- denounced-america/ Demonstrable of Frolinan’s “Dialectical (Unity and Struggle of Opposites) Relationship” “A PIVOTIAL FROLINAN CONCEPT”
  33. 33. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation What are the requirements of National Sovereignty (To be an Independent Nation) ? 33 Dr. John Henrik Clarke use to teach to be Free and Sovereign a people must have their: 1. Own Land 2. Own Economy 3. Own Name 4. Own Language 5. Own Culture 6. Own God RBG DR. JOHN HENRIK CLARKE STUDIES COLLECTION
  34. 34. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation “Are We a Nation”? The Marxist-New Leftist View Says No 34 “…For historical materialism, what is sufficient to define a socio-historical entity can only be historical practice itself; "characteristics," "features," and "criteria" are merely a highlighted theoretical recognition of practice. To assume otherwise is to fall into idealism, theoretical contemplation is not sufficient unto itself. The criteria I use to define a Nation "Common territory" and "common economic life." "common language" and "common culture“… [Emphasis mines] From publication that follows: Racism Research Project CRITQUE OF THE BLACK NATION THESIS Berkeley, California 1975 Prepared for the Internet by David J. Romagnolo, (March 1998) The above “scholarly” publication supports this authors argument that despite the utility of aspects of its class analysis, Marxism ultimately amounts to White Nationalism, as it discounts and disputes the New Afrikan National Question. (take particular note of how they defecate on Garvey) In Re of this slide “Keep your friends close and your enemies closer” dr_imhotep
  35. 35. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation “THREE PHASE THEORY FOR NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE” In Re of our First Phase: CLASS STRUGGLE FOR NATIONAL UNITY 35 In the Introduction of “Message to the Black Movement: A Political Statement from the Black Underground (1976-77)” Nyurba states the following: “…The tool of analysis is for us a further development of the historical materialist method, the dialectical method. We will not even waste our time debating the values of Marxism with those who are emotionally hung up on white people, hung up to the point of ideological blindness. We understand the process of revolution, and fundamental to this understanding is this fact: Marxism is developed to a higher level when it is scientifically adapted to a peoples' unique national condition, becoming a new ideology altogether…” (Emphasis mind) (BLA Co-Ordinating Committee, pg. i, Black Liberation Army, 2002)
  36. 36. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation “A National Committee or Council of Leaders” 36 In Blueprint for Black Power Dr. Amos Wilson calls for “A National Committee or Council of Leaders” he says member organizations should be unequivocally Afrocentric in composition. He adds further “They should avoid like a plague the significant influence in or the leadership of their organization by persons tied to the Democratic or Republican parties, Marxist groups, proselytizing or overzealous religious groups, Eurocentric socialist and assimilationist” Blueprint for Black Power, pg. 55, Sept. 2000 [emphasis mines]
  37. 37. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation “Black Revolutionary Socialist, Afrikan Internationalist Nation-Class Analysis” 37 STOLEN BLACK LABOR: The Political Economy of Domestic Colonialism by Omali Yeshitela The Dialectics of Black Revolution, by Chairman Omali Yeshitela “…scientifically adapted to a peoples' unique national condition, becoming a new ideology altogether…” Nyurba, BLA (Slide 35)
  38. 38. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation Frolinan is a Program of Decolonization is offered to reverse Our National Debt & Mass psychopathology by way of attacking 7 cardinal pathogenetic factors that block our politico-economic development as a Nation. 38 The pathogenesis of the present day ill-condition of the masses of New Afrikan (Black) people and community inside the U.S. can be, in large part summarized, as a combination of: 1. disunity, 2. dependency, 3. fear, 4. ahistorification, 5. a lack of vision, 6. politico-economic disorganization, and most importantly, the all consuming 7. "underdevelopment" of our state of mind , will and intent as a Nation of Afrikan people (“New Afrikan Nation-within-a-nation”) These are the “ 7 CAUSES (cardinal pathogenetic factors) OF OUR NATIONAL OPPRESSION, ECONOMIC EXPLOITATION AND COLONIAL DOMINATION” To reverse our “POWERLESSNESS” To SUMMARIZE:
  39. 39. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation “Frolinan Conceptually” as a Theory and Program derived from the writings of our New Afrikan Freedom Fighters (PP’s and POW’s) 39 The Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation is in many respects a continuation of the work and a response to the political demands made by such historically celebrated organizations as the Republic of New Afrika, the Black Panther Party, the Revolutionary Action Movement and the Black Liberation Army; and our political prisoners such as Dr. Mutulu Shakur, Sekou Odinga, Sundiata Acoli, Jalil Muntaqin and many more. Revolutionary Memorial Service for George Jackson BBP Newspaper Sept. 4, Vol7... Significant in that George Jackson set out to transform the criminal mentality into a revolutionary mentality.
  40. 40. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation Frolinan as a Theory and Program(2) 40 “These freedom fighters have called for the formation of an umbrella organization which could coordinate the varied political activities of the constituent bodies in what is often referred to as the New Afrikan Independence Movement.” ( Ferguson, Herman New Afrikan Liberation Front Statement, 2000) Further study: RBG-CRSN from Spear & Shield Publications- Studies Collection
  41. 41. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation What are some the events that transpired over the past 50 years in addressing “THE CITIZENSHIP STATUS ISSUE AND THE LAND QUESTION”? 41 After the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863 and the 13th Amendment in 1865, and the Civil War having ended barbaric chattel slavery; the 14th Amendment stripped Afrikans in America of their land (“Forty Acres and a Mule”) provided by Field Order No. 115 (Sherman, 1865) and imposed American citizenship on these Afrikan nationals. From Frolinan Intro Note
  42. 42. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation Provisional Government Republic of New Africa (PG-RNA) “Frolinan’s National Territory of Kush ???” 42 Republic of New Afrika (PG-RNA) Historical Studies Honorable Robert F. Williams
  43. 43. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation “New Bethel Incident” 43 conference. ‘ “…At the first anniversary gathering of the RNA held at New Bethel Baptist Church on March 29, 1969, two white Detroit police officers were shot, one fatally, outside the building on Linwood Avenue on Detroit’s west side. This area had been the epicenter of the 1967 rebellion…” View the video
  44. 44. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation New Afrikan* *We of the New Afrikan Independence Movement (NAIM) spell "Afrikan" with a "k" because Afrikan linguists originally used "k" to indicate the "c" sound in the English language. We use the term "New Afrikan," instead of Black, to define ourselves as an Afrikan people who have been forcibly transplanted to a new land and formed into a "new Afrikan nation" in North America… 44 DR. MUTULU SHAKUR HEALER OF THE PEOPLE ON THE PG-RNA & NAIM (Video Playlist)
  45. 45. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation New Afrikan Independence Movement (NAIM): “Evolution, Description and Definition”(1) 45 We call ourselves New Afrikan because of the degree of force breeding and miscegenation we as a people have suffered, as well as the cultural imperialism and psychological plunder and rape of our affinity to Afrika, stripping away our Afrikan language, art and world outlook... I have coined it as the DERACINATION PROCESS: i.e.. “De-Afrikanization, Dehumanization and Inferiortization”
  46. 46. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation New Afrikan Independence Movement (NAIM): “Evolution, Description and Definition”( 2) 46 And national oppression, which in our efforts to combat it, has created a national heritage rich in resistance based on the two ideals of integration and separation. These experiences which have left us stripped of our Afrikanist perspective, and despite miscegenation and cultural imperialism, culminated into an Afrikan national heritage in the Diaspora, creating the New Afrikan Independence Movement
  47. 47. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation FROLINAN Treaty and Program Outline "Theory and Practice to Break the Chains of National Oppression" Introductory Note HISTORICAL CONCEPTION AND OVERVIEW A REVOLUTIONARY CLASS PERSPECTIVE: In Refutation of Black Capitalism THREE PHASE THEORY FOR NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE First Phase - CLASS STRUGGLE FOR NATIONAL UNITY Second-Phase - NATIONAL UNITY FOR SELF GOVERNMENT Third Phase - SELF-GOVERNMENT FOR NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL STRATEGY- BASIC AIM AND OBJECTIVES PROGRAM FOR DECOLONIZATION 47
  48. 48. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation FROLINAN NATIONAL STRATEGY: BASIC AIM AND OBJECTIVES PROGRAM FOR DECOLONIZATION PROGRAM FOR DECOLONIZATION: 1. National Union of New Afrikan Workers (NUNAW) 2. National Alliance of New Afrikan Students (NANAS) 3. New Afrikan Independence Academy (NAIA) 4. Panther Youth Corps(PYC) 5. New Afrikan Children Center (NACC) 6. New Afrikan Community Health Clinic (NACHC) 7. New Afrikan Food Co-Op Program (NAFCP) 8. The New Afrikan Community Alert Patrol (NACAP) 9. New Afrikan P.O.W. Assistance Program (NAPOWAP) 10.National Organization of New Afrikan Women (NONAW) 48
  49. 49. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation HISTORICAL CONCEPTION AND OVERVIEW(1) We accept all aspects of our history from the beginning of civilization on the Afrikan continent, to the present stages of technological development of Afrikan nation-states, and the continued struggle of Afrikan people throughout the world against tyranny and imperialist national oppression, economic exploitation and colonial domination 49
  50. 50. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation Integration verses Separation 50 “…it will be integration verses separation that will be a determinative aspect for the building of national unity amongst New Afrikans to engage the colonial (U.S.A.) government for political power and self- determination … it was in the past, it is today and it will be in the future” “History shows us that there are two basic and distinct lines and influences in the New Afrikan peoples struggle for political power and self- determination” “Dialectical (Unity and Struggle of Opposites) Relationship”
  51. 51. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation HISTORICAL CONCEPTION AND OVERVIEW(2) We preserve four epochs in our history as indicative of our struggle to be free of U.S. national subjugation and colonial domination: • First Epoch -1905 Niagara Movement and Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. DuBois • Second Epoch -1920 Marcus Garvey "Back to Afrika" Movement 1925 • Third Epoch- Elijah Muhammad Nation of Islam movement 1640-1960 with Malcolm X gained National attention separatist ideals held by Marcus Garvey UNIA-ACL movement ... During this same epoch, in 1955, the civil rights movement was launched, with Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. as its primary leader and spokesperson • Forth Epoch- Black Power Movement, uniting the symbolic determination of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party and Malcolm X Black Nationalist ideas in the Black Panther Party 51 “Dialectical (Unity and Struggle of Opposites) Relationship”
  52. 52. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation “The 1960s Black Power Movement" Elijah Muhammad separatist and Martin L. King, Jr. integrationist movement, preserved in historical continuity ideals of both Marcus Garvey separatist and W.E.B. DuBois integrationist movements, forging course of struggle towards a synthesis of ideals first espoused with the cry and birth pains of "Black Power" 52 “Dialectical (Unity and Struggle of Opposites) Relationship” Mukasa Dada, aka Willie Mukasa Ricks, Coin the Black Power Slogan &… http://panafricannews.blogspot.com/2007/11/mukasa -dada-aka-willie-ricks-originator.html “Kwame popularized it”
  53. 53. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation The Black Power Movement (2) Key Contributors and Leaders PDF Documents From LexisNexis 53  Robert Williams and the Black Power Movement  Amiri Baraka and the Black Power Movement  The League of Revolutionary Black Workers, 1965-1976  Maxwell Stanford, the RAM 1962-1969 and the Black Power Movement
  54. 54. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation Black Panther Party and “The Black Power Movement”(3) 54 RBG-BLACK PANTHER PARTY HISTORICAL-POLITICAL STUDIES COLLECTION Important to note: Black Nationalism (only early), “Marxism–Leninism, Maoism, proletarian internationalism, socialism” “In your studies remember Dr. Wilson’s Caveat” slide 31
  55. 55. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation *COINTELPRO *COINTELPRO (an acronym for Counter Intelligence Program) was a series of covert, and often illegal, projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) aimed at investigating and disrupting dissident political organizations within the United States. The FBI used covert operations from its inception; however formal COINTELPRO operations took place between 1956 and 1971. The FBI's stated motivation at the time was "protecting national security, preventing violence, and maintaining the existing social and political order." “IN OTHER WORDS, TO MAINTAIN BLACKS AS PERPETUAL SLAVES TO WHITE SUPREMACY” 55 COINTELPRO-REVISITED-FBI-Domestic- Intelligence-Activities
  56. 56. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation COINTELPRO tactics: 56 COINTELPRO tactics included discrediting targets through psychological warfare, planting false reports in the media, smearing through forged letters, harassment, wrongful imprisonment, extralegal violence and assassination Body of Fred Hampton, national spokesman for Black Panther Party, assassinated by members of the Chicago Police Department, as part of a COINTELPRO operation BLACK PANTHER PARTY Pieces of History: 1966 - 1969
  57. 57. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation “THE FIGHT FOR BLACK POWER MUST TAKE UP WHERE WE WERE DEFEATED” 57 …without this common national consciousness and perception of our existence, based on history, our practice will continue to be confused and chaotic, without the historical continuity which serves to give practical guidance to our struggle and movement on the road to independence… Frolinan’s initial objective is to evolve a united strategy and direction amongst the many New Afrikan nationalist formations / organizations / movements of local, regional and national significance. Once this has been achieved, the second objective will be to implement a transitional program for New Afrikan liberation whereby we will strategically demand and tactically secure control of the socioeconomic and political institutions of the urban and rural areas where New Afrikan people comprise the majority by pointing our economic decisions as a Nation-within- a-Nation. “THE QUEST FOR BLACK POWER- 21st Century” “OUR OTHER 4 POLITICO-ECONOMIC LIBERATION SEEDS” Organization of Afro-American Unity-Minister Malcolm X and the OAAU Aims and Objective The Shape of Things to Come- A Master Plan -From the Destruction of Black Civilization The Honorable Elijah Muhammad's NOI Program The Honorable Marcus Garvey’s UNIA-ACL
  58. 58. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation An application of Dr. Amos Wilson’s “Blueprint for Black Power” combined with Marcus Garvey’ and MX ‘s Black Nationalism and the contributions of the 1960s Black Power and New Afrikan Independence Movements. 58 To Summarize with remarks from Dr. Wilson “The actual empowerment of Black people under the banner of Black nationalism cannot occur as long as the two main ingredients necessary for power-definition and organization-are missing or underdeveloped” (Wilson, Blueprint for Black Power 1998, pg. 855) “Even if Black Nationalist motives and purpose were perfectly defined and matched, Black Power would still prove elusive without organizational appropriateness and a sufficiency of human and material resources” (Wilson, Blueprint for Black Power 1998, pg. 856) Blueprint for Black Power Video
  59. 59. FROLINAN’S NATIONAL STRATEGY FROLINAN: Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation 59 End of Presentation Asante Sana (Thank You Very Much) for your Attention Feedback rbgstreetscholar@gmail.com

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