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In this work, a basic foundation of Black national pride is established by stating the nature of the injustices African Americans have received at the hands of their oppressors. A theme of Black Nationalism is proclaimed in a manner reminiscent of the Founding Fathers presentation of the Declaration of Independence of 1776. The theme is inclusive of black men, women, and children. Furthermore it is asserted from an Afrocentric perspective, which has long been overlooked and undervalued in America. With this in focus, the reader is solicited to participate as a juror in a trial. This work also addresses the current apathy affecting African Americans today. The propagation of immoral and race disrespectful actions that are glamorized by the Hip Hop culture is discoursed in a direct manner. Contemplate the premises in the Declaration of Black Independence and weigh carefully the evidence presented. Then take the bold initiative of being more than just a good citizen of this nation. Endeavor to become a good steward of the precious unalienable rights and liberties that the American Constitution endows for all citizens in this unique and blessed land.
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Hakeem W. Ali-Ber is an author, former television host, and lecturer. He specializes in ancient African History and contemporary African-American economic and social issues. He created, produced, directed, and served as host of The African Journal television program; served as a commentator on the Umoja Radio Broadcast in Richmond, Virginia; lectured at various colleges and universities. He worked with at-risk inner city school children while serving on the Richmond Youth Services Commission. Hakeem received a bachelor's degree from the University of Richmond.
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