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Title of Course: Philosophy 101: "Black Race Matters" Instructor: Mba Mbulu

Textbook: Essays by Mba Mbulu are provided online.

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Read the following Essay. Think about the questions below and explore them more fully.
(1) Is it necessary for the author to state that Black People are Black? Is he being redundant?
(2) Why would the author be concerned that Black People might be taking on the role of dark skinned white people?
(3) The author makes the following statement: "It is my opinion that Nature has equipped Black People with exceptional leadership qualities." Is there any relevance to that statement?
(4) Do Black People need an independent nation as the author suggests?

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Class #6 "We Are Black People"

We are Black People. We are sons and daughters of Mother Africa, brothers and sisters of the sun, and products of a social, cultural, economic and governmental totality that goes beyond anyone's ability to comprehend completely. We are products of a unique cosmic reality. We, each and every one of Us, are ingredients in a social, cultural, economic and governmental totality that no individual or collection of individuals is capable of adequately assessing. The same can be said for every race of people. Therefore, We represent a unique human reality that is charged with a unique human energy to carry out a unique human function. Our obligation is to carry out Our responsibilities, live Our lives, and contribute to the overall scheme of things the way Nature intended for Us to do. That is Our obligation, and the failure to carry out Our obligation will contribute to a state of human affairs that is devastating to humanity and annoying to the universe.
We are not dark-skinned white people. Nature did not evolve white people, set a group of those white people to the side, suntan them and proclaim them sons and daughters of Africa. We have been forged by entirely different forces: as a result We have entirely different perspectives, entirely different nuances, entirely different feels and entirely different hopes and aspirations; but the very same natural rights and human rights. We also have the obligation to contribute Our specific qualities to the whole. By so doing, We help maintain Nature's equilibrium.
All of us realize that black pepper cannot serve the purpose salt was intended to serve. The two are entirely different food additives, even as they contribute to a common dish. Each has a unique role to play, a distinct flavor and chemistry to generate, and each must play its particular role or otherwise ruin the dish.

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We are Black People. We are sons and daughters of Mother Africa, brothers and sisters of the sun, and products of a social, cultural, economic and governmental totality that goes beyond anyone's ability to comprehend completely. We are products of a unique cosmic reality. We, each and every one of Us, are ingredients in a social, cultural, economic and governmental totality that no individual or collection of individuals is capable of adequately assessing. The same can be said for every race of people. Therefore, We represent a unique human reality that is charged with a unique human energy to carry out a unique human function. Our obligation is to carry out Our responsibilities, live Our lives, and contribute to the overall scheme of things the way Nature intended for Us to do. That is Our obligation, and the failure to carry out Our obligation will contribute to a state of human affairs that is devastating to humanity and annoying to the universe.
We are not dark-skinned white people. Nature did not evolve white people, set a group of those white people to the side, suntan them and proclaim them sons and daughters of Africa. We have been forged by entirely different forces: as a result We have entirely different perspectives, entirely different nuances, entirely different feels and entirely different hopes and aspirations; but the very same natural rights and human rights. We also have the obligation to contribute Our specific qualities to the whole. By so doing, We help maintain Nature's equilibrium.
All of us realize that black pepper cannot serve the purpose salt was intended to serve. The two are entirely different food additives, even as they contribute to a common dish. Each has a unique role to play, a distinct flavor and chemistry to generate, and each must play its particular role or otherwise ruin the dish.

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