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Will There Be Any House Negroes in the Year 2020?

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Will There Be Any House Negroes in the Year 2020?

  1. 1. Afrikan Study Group Long Beach(ASCAC)Thursday 15 July 2010<br />Will There Be House Negroes in the Year2020?<br />The Boule: <br />Black Male Secret Society and Other Black Upper Class Elite Societies.<br />Presented by Kwesi Osafo <br />A review of two books:<br />History of Sigma Pi Phi: by Boule Historian Charles Wesley<br />and<br />Our Kind of People: Inside America’s Black Upper Class:<br />by Lawrence Otis Graham<br />1<br />
  2. 2. <ul><li>Astrophysicist Dr. Beth Brown, one of our rising stars in Astronomy had risen on a higher plane.
  3. 3. She lit up a room with her wonderful smile; she made everyone in her presence feel that they were important.
  4. 4. Dr. Beth Brown was an Astrophysicist in the Sciences and Exploration Directorate at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.
  5. 5. Beth was always fascinated by space; she grew up watching "Star Trek" and "Star Wars", which motivated her to become an astronaut.</li></ul>Astrophysicist Dr. Beth Brown<br />1969-2008<br />Dr. Brown received her undergraduate degree in astrophysics from Howard University, and received an M.S. and Ph.D. in astronomy from the University of Michigan. She was the first African-American woman to obtain a doctorate from the University of Michigan's Department of Astronomy. Her first position at Goddard began in 1998.<br />
  6. 6. An early Mesoamerican Indian civilization centered in the Veracruz region of southeast Mexico that flourished between 1300 and 400 B.C., whose cultural influence was widespread throughout southern Mexico and Central America<br />3<br />
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  9. 9. Porsche 918 Spyder<br />6<br />
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  12. 12. California High Speed Rail<br />9<br />
  13. 13. Madam President Oprah Winfrey<br />The 46th President of United States of America year 2020<br />10<br />
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  21. 21. Skull and Bones322<br />18<br />
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  23. 23. Why Greece? <br />They believed that the Greek city States were successful in organization and believe they were able to create Greek philosophy without outside influence of any other culture. <br />Sparta was under the strictest military discipline of all time.<br /><ul><li>Newborns belonged to the state and if they had any physical malformation making they unfit for military service in defense of the state. The order would be that they be fed to predators.
  24. 24. Otherwise they were returned to their parents until the age of seven, once seven they were enlisted in the military where they underwent a training of inhumane ruthlessness.
  25. 25. Disregarded of any intellectual development, taught endurance, courage and blind obedience.
  26. 26. The child was taught to steal to feed himself.
  27. 27. To be initiated in the military he had to catch a Helot by surprise at night and kill him. (Killing of an enemy was of ethical belief and test imposed on young Indo-Europeans before he could enter the circle of adults).
  28. 28. The male Spartan slept in barracks and his family life did not begin until he was thirty and to have relations with his wife was only under cloak.
  29. 29. They spent their lives in military camps separated from their wives and children.
  30. 30. Until he was sixty years old he had to dine every evening at the mess with his military unit.
  31. 31. All male adults were career soldiers until the age of sixty.
  32. 32. Sparta ordered the reversal of feelings to women whose sons had died in battle had to smile and show joy, whereas those whose children had escaped death were to be sad and to weep.</li></ul>20<br />
  33. 33. The Talented Tenth_ The Negro Problem: A Series of Articles by Representatives of today Negroes.<br />21<br />
  34. 34. Booker T. Washington said once that you must not judge a man by the heights to which he has risen, but by the depths from which he came.<br />22<br />
  35. 35. Booker T. Washington: <br />At a speech before the National Peace Jubilee, in Chicago, back in 1898. He told the mostly white audience that in no way should they ever even think about questioning the American Negro’s patriotism and contributions to America, the founding of America, through the various wars up to undermining America’s greatness, and ended with these words:<br />"When the crucial test comes, do not be ashamed of us. We have never betrayed or deceived you. You know that as it has been, so it will be. Whether in war or in peace, whether in slavery or in freedom, we have always been loyal to the Stars and Stripes.”<br />23<br />
  36. 36. Honorable Marcus Garvey<br />24<br />
  37. 37. Honorable Marcus Garvey<br />25<br />
  38. 38. Hughes was unashamedly black at a time when blackness was démodé, and he didn’t go much beyond the themes of black is beautiful as he explored the black human condition in a variety of depths…Thus, his poetry and fiction centered generally on insightful views of the working class lives of blacks in America, lives he portrayed as full of struggle, joy, laughter, and music. His work is fill with pride in the African American identity and its diverse culture. Therefore, in his work he confronted racial stereotypes, protested social conditions, and expanded African America’s image of itself; a “people’s poet” who sought to reeducate both audience and artist by lifting the theory of the black aesthetic into reality.<br />Langston Hughes was not only a role model for his calls for black racial pride instead of assimilation, but the most important technical influence in his emphasis on folk and jazz rhythms as the basis of his poetry of racial pride.<br />26<br />
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  44. 44. In 1926, a group of young black writers including Zora Neal Hurston, Langston Hughes, and Wallace Thurman, they called themselves: “The Niggerati”Produced a literary magazine called “Fire” that featured many of the young artists and writers of the Harlem Renaissance.<br />Hughes known as the peoples poet and is best-known for his work during the Harlem Renaissance.<br />He was of the earliest innovators of the new literary art form called jazz poetry. <br />He famously wrote about the Harlem Renaissance by saying that "Harlem was in vogue.“<br />32<br />
  45. 45. In 1973 African-American novelist Alice Walker and literary scholar Charlotte Hunt found an unmarked grave in the general area where Hurston had been buried and decided to mark it as hers.<br />33<br />
  46. 46. Boule Structure Executive Board<br />Program Committee<br />Social Committee<br />Membership Council<br />Financial Budget committee<br />Historical Committee<br />Social Action Committee _youth<br />Welfare committee<br /> <br />The Grand Boule meets every other July.<br />Read pg 258: Xi Los Angeles Boule Chapter<br />Their Logo: Grecian Sphinx is in the constitution article 2 Sec 1: <br />This pin must be worn on the left side and must be buried with it.<br />They also claim that when their backs are against the wall that the Boule is just a social group which is a bunch of guys who just like to have fun.<br />So when a Boule member tells you he doesn’t know what happening in his own chapter every month. It’s not the truth. (Pg.213)<br />The HNIC (Head Negro In-charge) <br />The most devious of them all.<br /><ul><li>Sire Archon
  47. 47. Grammaticus Archon
  48. 48. Thesauruses Archon
  49. 49. Grapier Archon
  50. 50. Rhetoricos Archon
  51. 51. Agogos Archon
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  53. 53. Grand Sire Archon
  54. 54. Grand Grammaticus Archon
  55. 55. GrandThesauristes Archon
  56. 56. Grand Grapter Archon
  57. 57. Grand Rhetoricos Archon
  58. 58. Grand Agogos Archon</li></ul>34<br />
  59. 59. Sophia = Wisdom the kind obtained by long study and seeking after the truth.Pistis = Faith one of the pillars upon which the fraternity is build.Philea=Brotherhood and friendship the very thing for which Sigma Pi Phi was established.<br />The three Greek letters on the pin stand for three words and the meaning of which represent the basic principles of the fraternity.<br />Hence it is that we carry around on our outer person the Sphinx the symbol of the inner spirit which characterizes all true archons and which directs their lives and their relationships with all other archons.<br />35<br />
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  63. 63. BLACK STARS IN ORBIT, NASA’s African<br />American Astronauts<br />39<br />
  64. 64. Bryant Gumbel is… but Bill Cosby isn’t. Lena Horne is… but Whitney Houston isn’t.Andrew Young is, but Jesse Jackson isn’t.And neither is Maya Angelou, Alice Walker, Clarence Thomas or Quincy Jones.And even though both of them try extremely hard, neither Diana Ross nor Robin Givens will ever be.<br />40<br />
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  67. 67. REGINALD LEWISand DaugthersChristina/Leslie Lewis<br />43<br />
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