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Understanding UICI™, The

Legacy Of Slavery & Jim Crow &

The Importance Of Unity To Black America

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The Opportunity African American Women Have Been Waiting For
New Age Capitalism & New Age Corporations
Now You Can Lead The Way To The Future
 
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Until, we as a people, take the helm of the ship of our destiny, all we will ever be are no class citizens in the greatest nation on earth. After 150 years, if a Black American does not know this by now, then he/she is indeed Malcolm Little's aka Malcolm X's 'so called Negro' that is beyond redemption. We as a people have worked long and hard, we have participated in all kinds of ways, means and methods to earn money and a living in America. Yet, for all our efforts, we as people, an ethnic group, a minority  population are still at the bottom. {Click here for ACDNAC.ORG}
None of our individual effort or collective effort has changed our position and condition in America. In fact, our condition and position has gotten progressively worst with each passing year. After 50 years of Civil Rights, we are right back where we were in 1965. Slavery was officially abolished in 1865. 
150 years after slavery, our collective wealth is exactly where it was in 1860. In addition, to working long and hard, working for less and voting in lock step with Liberal Democrats, we have also tried all of the following.
RELIGION: Being sold out to religion has not, will not and cannot change our collective condition and position in America by itself. Whatever religion has done is more consistent with an individual's spirituality  and not a collective reality. {Click to read, "Why Black Women Should Leave The Black Church"} {Black Churches Have Taken $420 Billion From Members
POLITICS: Being loyal Democrats and/or Republicans and having political representation in the various levels of government has not, will not and cannot change our collective condition and position in America by itself, even if we combined it with religion. As already, there is a church on almost corner and we call on Jesus every Sunday. {Read the article; "Democrats have failed us for 50 years"} {5 Reasons Why Blacks Should Give Up On Democrats}
EDUCATION: Having thousands of college degrees, collectively speaking, has not, will not and cannot change our collective condition and position in America by itself, even if we combined it with religion and politics. {Click here to discover how public education has failed Blacks} {How Schools Groom Blacks For The Underclass}
STREET DEMONSTRATIONS: Marching up and down America’s streets has not, did not, will not and cannot change our collective condition and position in America by itself, even if we combined it with religion, politics and education. {Click here to read; "Epic Fail"}
SUCCESS SYMBOLS: Having a handful of Black Americans doing well has not, will not and cannot change our collective condition and position in America by itself, even if we combined it with religion, politics, education and marching in the streets. {These Rappers Make Money But Don't Give Back}
HIGH PROFILE GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS: Having any Black high profile government official including a Black President, Congressman, Senator, National Security Advisor or Chairman of the Joint Chiefs did not, could not, will not because it cannot change our collective condition and position in America by itself, even if we combined it with religion, politics, education, marching in the streets and success symbols.  {Click here to read; "Did Obama Fail Black America?"} {Obama Failed Blacks With High Unemployment Rate}{Why Wealthy Blacks Don't Help
Poor Blacks
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MOVEMENTS: Having a movement every few years did not, could not and will not because they cannot change our collective condition and position in America by itself, even if we combined it with religion, politics, education, marching in the streets, success symbols and high profile government officials. The Civil Rights Movement did not and has not changed anything. {Click here to read the article; "Black Men Have Made Little Progress In 50 years"} {Click here for the Washington Post artice; "These ten charts show the black-white economic gap hasn’t budged in 50 years"}
CIVIL RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS: Having and being in civil rights organiza-tions will not and cannot change our collective condition and position in America by itself, even if we combined it with religion, politics, education, marching up and down the streets, success symbols, high profile government officials and movements.
MORE GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS: This is a no brainer. However, there are millions of Black Americans that still believe more government programs will somehow do what no government program is designed to do and has never done, will never do and cannot ever do about our condition and position even if we combined the programs with religion, politics, education, marching in the streets, success symbols, high profile govern-ment officials, movements and being in civil rights organizations.
NONPROFIT POVERTY ORGANIZATIONS: Since their inception, not a single nonprofit poverty organization that is working in the Black community has, will or can do anything to change Black America’s condition of being at the bottom of the economic spectrum or position of being totally dependent on the White community for everything from apples to zoos. Even if we combined nonprofits with religion, politics, education, marching in the streets, success symbols, high profile government officials, movements, being in civil rights organizations and more government programs, nothing changes.
ENTERTAINMENT: Over the past 100 years, there have been thousands of successful Black entertainers across the entire entertainment spectrum. Not one of them has been able to do anything and cannot do anything that will change our condition and position even if we combined entertainment success with religion, politics, education, marching in the streets, success symbols, high profile government officials, movements, being in civil rights organizations, more government programs and nonprofit poverty organizations.
HIGH PROFILE PROFESSIONAL ATHLETICS: Over the past 50 years, there have been thousands of successful Black athletes in all the high profile sports; i.e., basketball, football and baseball. Like successful Black entertainers, not one of them has been able to do anything and cannot do anything that will change our condition and position even if we combined athletic success with religion, politics, education, marching in the streets, success symbols, high profile government officials, movements, being in civil rights organizations, more government programs, nonprofit poverty organizations and successful entertainers.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS: Having all Black local government officials or a majority of locally elected or appointed Black officials has not, will not and cannot do anything about changing our condition and position in America even if we combined local elected or appointed officials with religion, politics, education, marching in the streets, success symbols, high profile government officials, movements, being in civil rights organizations, more government programs, nonprofit poverty organizations, successful entertainers and high profile professional athletes.
MILITARY SERVICE: Over the years millions of Black men and women have served and died in America’s armed services and will continue to serve and die in the armed forces. However, all the serving and dying has not changed our condition and position in America and will not and cannot change our condition and position in America even if we combined years of military service with religion, politics, education, marching in the streets, success symbols, high profile government officials, movements, being in civil rights organizations, more government programs, nonprofit poverty organizations, successful entertainers, high profile professional athletes and all or a majority Black locally elected officials be they Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, Green Party or Communist.
NETWORK MARKETING: Being in network marketing has not, will not and cannot do anything to change our condition and position in America, even if we combined network marketing with religion, politics, education, marching in the streets, success symbols, high profile government officials, movements, being in civil rights organizations, more government programs, nonprofit poverty organizations, successful entertainers, high profile professional athletes, all or a majority Black locally elected officials and years of military service.
LOCAL BLACK BUSINESSES: Local Black businesses cannot hire enough people to make a difference in unemployment statistics or poverty statistics and cannot do anything to change our condition and position in America even if we combined local Black businesses with religion, politics, education, marching in the streets, success symbols, high profile government officials, movements, being in civil rights organizations, more government programs, nonprofit poverty organizations, successful entertainers, high profile professional athletes, all or a majority Black locally elected officials, years of military service and network marketing.
All the above named are areas of endeavor that Black Americans have engaged in or believed in over the years and our condition and position in America is the same as it was in 1965 and our wealth accumulation is the same as it was in 1860. Isn’t it about time we tried another approach? Isn’t about time we really examined America’s economic spectrum from another point of view and embark upon an entirely different course?
After years of failing to change our condition and position with everything else that came down the pipe, isn’t about time we turn wealth creation into a national undertaking with the legal structures that can make it happen for real? The corporation is the most successful business model in the world and they have been around for years.
Despite the fact that Black people see corporations all over America, few if any major corporations exist in Black America. Why is this so? The reason. UNKNOWN!! After you have finish reading the publication; The Real Salvation For Black America Are New Age Capitalism™, New Age Corporations™ & New Age Thinking. New Age Corporations™ like Unity International Company, Inc.™, will be a new mindset and opportunity for many. {Click here to review excepts from the book - 3/4/16}

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Food For Thought

 

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Fine1952:
The Social Ills of Black Folk--

1. Under-Aged Pregnancy's
2. The Malevolence of Drug Use*
3. Decline in Original Black Family Values
4. Joblessness
5. Black on Black Crime and Lawlessness
6. Upper Middle Class Apathy
7. Vulgarities: Hip Hop, Rap & Gangsta Music
8. Absence of A Spiritual Base
9. Lack of Generic Respect for one another

 

--These are but a few of the characteristic signs of the bigger problem--"unjust distribution of this nation's wealth, power and resources"--(1)


The problem is centuries old (i.e. 559 years to be exact--The first slaves were shipped from Africa by the Portuguese in 1446...(2)}.

 

The List--(3)
Maryland Segregation Policy, 1619--black social exclusion, recommended

Maryland's Exclusion Law, 1638--exclusion of blacks from all people activity, except sports and entertainment*** (4)

Virginia Fugitive Law, 1642--"R" branded on face of runaways, recommended

Connecticut Military Law, 1660--barred blacks from military service

Maryland Marriage Law, 1664--first anti-interracial marriage statute

Slavery Law, 1665-- exclusion of blacks from benefits afforded whites (4)

British Plantation Act, 1667--code of conduct for slaves, slaveholders

Carolina Trade Law, 1686--barred blacks from all trades

Virginia Marriage Law, 1691--prohibited white women from marrying black men

Massachusetts Anti-Miscegenation Law, 1705--criminalization of interracial marriages

New York Runaway Law, 1705--execution for recaptured runaway slaves

Virginia Public Office Law, 1705--prohibited blacks for holding public office

Virginia enacted Meritorious Manumission, 1710-- slave snitches awarded freedom

South Carolina Fugitive Slave Act, 1712--criminalized runaway slaves

North Carolina Anti-interracial Marriage Law, 1715--forbade, criminalized race mixing

South Carolina Anti-interracial Marriage Law, 1717--forbade, criminalized race mixing

Delaware Marriage Law, 1721--forbade white women from marrying black men

Pennsylvania Morality Statement, 1722--condemned blacks for sexual acts with whites

Pennsylvania Anti-Miscegenation Law, 1722--criminalized interracial marriages

Virginia Anti-Assembly Law, 1723--prohibited blacks having a [sense] of community

Virginia Weapons Law, 1723--prohibited blacks from having weapons

The South Carolina Negro Act of 1735--prohibited blacks from dressing up

South Carolina Consolidated Slave Act, 1740--forbade blacks from raising/owning farm animals

Virginia Runaway Law, 1775--allowed sale/execution of runaway slaves

North Carolina Manumission Law, 1775--forbade freeing blacks except for a deserving reward or praise

Connecticut Military Law, 1784--forbade blacks from serving in military

First Naturalization Law, 1790--congress declared US a white nation

Federal Militia Law, 1792--only whites could enlists in peacetime militia

Fugitive Slave Law, 1793--protected slaveholders rights, discouraged blacks from running away

Virginia Migration Law, 1793--forbade free blacks from entering that state

Maryland Agricultural Laws, 1800--forbade blacks from raising/selling Agricultural products

Ohio Anti-Mobility Law, 1804--restricted blacks movement

Ohio Registration Law, 1804--blacks had to register annual and post a bond

Maryland Licensure Law, 1807--forbade blacks from selling tobacco/corn without a license

Maryland Residence Law, 1807--entering free blacks could not get housing for 2 weeks

Louisiana Migration Law, 1806--forbade immigration of free black males over 15 y.o.

Congressional Mail Law, 1809--blacks could not carry US mail

Maryland Voting Law, 1810--only whites could vote*

Delaware Migration Law, 1811--forbade migration of blacks, $10 per week fine, levied

Kentucky Conspiracy Law, 1811--conspiracy amongst blacks made a capital offense

Virginia Poll Tax, 1813--exacted a $1.50 tax on blacks who were forbidden to vote

Louisiana Migration Law, 1814--forbid free slaves from entering the state

Virginia Poll Tax, 1815--required blacks to pay $2.50 tax so whites could vote

Louisiana Jury Law, 1816--no black slave could testify against a white person

Connecticut Voting Law, 1818--disenfranchised black voters

Missouri Literacy Law, 1819--forbade assembling/teaching black slaves to read/write

South Carolina Migration Law, 1820--free blacks forbade from entering this state

District of Columbia Registration Law, 1821--required blacks to register annually and post bond

North Carolina Migration Law, 1826--forbade entry of free blacks, violators penalized $500

Florida Voting Law, 1827--only whites could vote

Maryland Occupation Acts, 1827--blacks banned from driving/owning hacks, carts or drays

Georgia Literacy Law, 1829--fine/imprisonment for teaching a black person to read

Illinois Marriage Law, 1829--forbade interracial marriage

Louisiana Expulsion Law, 1830--required all free blacks to leave the state w/I 30 days

Mississippi Employment Law, 1830--forbade blacks employment in printing and entertainment

Kentucky Property Tax Law, 1830--taxed black, but forbade them from attending school

North Carolina License Law, 1831--all black traders/peddlers had to be licensed

South Carolina enacted Licensing Prohibition, 1831--free blacks forbade business license

Mississippi Preaching Law, 1831--blacks could only preach with permission

Alabama/Virginia Literacy Laws, 1832--fined/flogged whites for teaching black to read/write

Georgia Employment Law, 1833--prohibited blacks from working in reading or writing jobs

Georgia Literacy Law, 1833--provided fines/whippings for teach blacks to read/write

Kentucky Licensing Prohibition, 1833--forbade blacks from obtaining business license

Missouri Registration Law, 183500--registration and bonding of all free blacks required

Georgia Employment Law, 1835--prohibited employing blacks in drug stores

District of Columbia Business License Law, 1836--banned blacks from obtaining licensing from profit-making activities

South Carolina Curfew Law, 1837--blacks had to be off streets by a certain hour

Virginia School of Law, 1838--forbade blacks who had gone North to school to return south

North Carolina Marriage Law, 1838--all interracial marriages declared null and void

South Carolina Observing Law, 1841--forbade blacks and whites from looking out the same window

Maryland Information Law, 1842--felonied blacks demanding or receiving abolition newspapers

Maryland Occupation Acts, 1844--excluded blacks from the carpentry trade

South Carolina Amusement Law 1844--forbade blacks from playing games w/whites

Georgia Contracting Law, 1845--prohibited contracts w/black mechanics

Kentucky Incitement Law, 1846--provided imprisonment for inciting slaves to rebel

Missouri Literacy Law, 1847--banned blacks from reading/writing

Virginia Incitement Law, 1848--provided death penalty for inciting blacks to rebel

Fugitive Slave Law Enacted, 1850--stronger enforcement of previous provisions

Georgia Tax Law, 1852--imposed annually $5 per capita on all free blacks

Virginia Drug Law, 1856--forbade selling poisonous drugs to blacks

Virginia Poll

Law, 1883--levied tax on all free black males 21-55

Dred Scott Decision, 1857--Supreme Court dehumanized/disenfranchised blacks

Maryland Recreation Law, 1858--forbade free slaves and slaves from boating on the Potomac

Southern Black Codes, 1868--deprived blacks from the right to vote and hold public office

Civil Rights Law of 1875 Weakened--Supreme Court challenged the constitutionality of this law

The Grandfather Clause, 1898—deprived blacks of the right to vote in Louisiana

 

Footnotes--
1. "Black Labor, White Wealth--Claud Anderson, Ed.D." -- Page 10
2. The Last Two Million Years, p. 334--has pictured illustration of a collared slave that prevented escaping or lying down.
3. Anderson, Ibid., p 223-229
4. "Tavis Smiley's Think Tank" -- http://www.cralex.com/thinktank.htm,

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