We are driven to change Nubian lives for the better and we do that by creating communities that positively impact the people who use them and the environment that surrounds them.

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The Collective Black/Afrikan  People Movement

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What We Believe

The phrase “Forty Acres and a Mule” described a promise many formerly enslaved people believed the U.S. government had made at the end of the Civil War. A rumor spread throughout the South that land belonging to enslavers would be given to formerly enslaved people so they could set up their own farms.

The rumor did have its roots in an order issued by General William Tecumseh Sherman of the U.S. Army in January 1865
  1. We believe that Black people will not be free until we are able to determine our destiny.
  2. We believe that the federal government is responsible and obligated to give every man employment or a guaranteed income. We believe that if the White American business men will not give full employment, then the means of production should be taken from the business men and placed in the community so that the people of the community can organize and employ all of its people and give a high standard of living.

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Sierra Vista, AZ



Email: business@africanpeopleoflove.org

Reading Materials (Books & Literature) for Class:
1.  “From  Plantation to Ghetto”: Chapters 3-6
2.  “Pre-Civil War Black Nationalism” by Bill McAdoo: Read All
3.  On Sociology and the Black Community:  Section 2
a.  The Philadelphia Negro
b.  Black North 1901
4.  “Black Manhattan” by James Weldon Johnson: Chapters 1,
6, 12, 13, 18, & 19

Outline of Discussion Topics of Class

*  Africa – Source
*  Blacks came to America during the slave trade.
*  Early form of Slavery was pre-communalism where
everybody worked together.
*  Africans was one group of people who came to America
against their will.
*  Most Europeans came here as indentured servants.
*  The difference was that after 7-14 years the indentured servants were free.
*  The Africans were in-slaved in perpetual servitude, which means forever.

—African People of Love


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