Leadership 101 Textbooks: The Black Studies Book: A Black Studies Guide for TeenAgers and Adults and Black Smart. Instructor: Mba Mbulu

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In The Black Studies Book, read "Six Steps to Black Power" (p. 186), pages 196 through 207 and "Black Smart: What Is it?" (p. 220). Be able to expound on the following issues:

(1) What is the concept of Black Smart? Why does it place so much importance on the difference between the type of energy learning requires and the type of energy acting requires?

(2) Why is the concept of Black Smart meaningful to a worthy understanding of Black leadership?

(3) On page 186 of The Black Studies Book, the following statement appears: "Each entity, each thing, must be the source of its own energy." What does that statement suggest about leadership and its source?

(4) Six steps to Black power are mentioned, but neither has a material basis. Does that imply that leadership is a non-material reality?

(5) What is meant by this extract from "Black Smart: What Is it?""

"...a knowledgeable person is not necessarily equipped to be powerful or to acquire power. There is a bridge that a knowledgeable person has to cross first. In the process of crossing that bridge, a knowledgeable person acquires those additional qualities that enable him or her to become an active person, a powerful person."

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