Black History 101 Textbook: Ten Lessons: An Introduction to Black History. By purchasing the book, you can help support this educational institution.

Instructor: Mba Mbulu

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Class #8

Read pages 180-200. The Outline for Lessons 7 and 8 appears below. Be able to expound on the following issues:

(1) Do you agree that the Nation of Islam is an integrationist organization?

(2) What was one of the major differences between the Nation of Islam and the Black Panther Party insofar as self-defense is concerned?

(3) What is the Republic of New Afrika, and what is its importance to Black People in the United States?

(4) What was the affect of the FBI's anti-Black counter intelligence program on the Black struggle in the United States during the 1960s?

(5) Can you identify some of the illegal activities carried out under the guise of the LEAA (Law Enforcement Assustance Acts) during the 1960s?

(6) What role could federation play in the ascension of the Caribbean nations?

(7) On page 184, the following paragraph appears: "Islam, like Christianity and all other non-Black religions, is a monkey in Black People's minds." What does that mean? Did you know that Islam is not a Black religion? Since Islam is not Black, are Black individuals acting counter to Black Peoples' interests when they convert to Islam?

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LESSONS 7 & 8 OUTLINE (From Ten Lessons: An Introduction to Black History)

I. The U.S.A., 1870-1930: A Brief Summary

II. World History: World War II - 1970

A. Revolution in Africa

1. "Within a decade the African Revolution and its liberation movements have shattered the colonial empires." K. Nkrumah

B. Counter-Revolution in Africa

1. Destruction of Leaders 2. Military Audacity 3. Economic Boycotts/Destruction

C. Rebellion in the United States

1. "Civil Rights" rejected again by white people 2. Emphasis on "community control"

D. Revolution in the United States

1. Nation of Islam 2. Black Panther Party 3. Republic of New Afrika 4. Others

E. Counter-Revolution/Rebellion in the United States

1. Counter-Intelligence Program 2. LEAA (Law Enforcement Assistance Acts)

3. Government Illegalities 4. Gun Control 5. Other Abridgements of Rights

F. Self-Determination in the Caribbean

1. Cuba 2. Jamaica 3. Steps Toward Economic Interdependence

G. Counter-Revolution in the Caribbean

1. Military audacity 2. Economic Pressure 3. Political Underhandedness

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