Statistics show that so-called African American slave descendants, or Afrodescendants, continue to live a poor quality of life–even now some 100+ years after the Emancipation Proclamation’s signing.
To be exact, Afrodescendants continue to experience problems in:
- Wealth ownership
- Legal problems/incarceration and
If you are like most concerned Afrodescendants, you’d be interested to know that Silis Muhammad, CEO of the Lost-Found Nation of Islam, identified a lack of human rights (civil death) as the reason that we Afrodescendants experience problems in these categories.
But how do we Afrodescendants resurrect ourselves from civil death? Answer: Blacks, “African Americans”, Afrodescendants must first recognize ourselves as a people in need of human rights and resurrection.
Note: Resurrection involves recognizing/repairing the cultural damage caused by the lingering effects of plantation slavery and ongoing racism against Blacks, “African Americans”, Afrodescendants, and employing economic, social, political and other means for restoring our nation to a self-determining state.
If you’d like to learn what you must do now to reverse civil death and the lingering effects of plantation slavery (racism), find out how to save the Black Family here.