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CBPM Economic Plan
Membership dues:
1.  Student - 15 cents each day
2.  Elder - 20 cents each day
3.  Individual - 27 cents each day
4.  Family - 75 cents each day
5.  Organization - $1.00 each day
6.  Business - $1.00 each day
7.  Church - $1.00 each day
8.  Honorary - $1.00 each day
More Information:
Membership Department Enter Here.
CBPM’s Economic Plan
Introduction

There is no bail out plan for Black People or
the poor.  We have to bail out ourselves.

Most of us have heard if black people could
collectively contribute a $1 a day to a collective
account, this can go a long way to make things
better for black people.  This idea is brilliant.  
There is something in this for us all.  But, not all
black people can afford to contribute a $1 a day.  
Most black people can contribute pennies or
change each day.  
Therefore the CBPM has adopted a general membership
due amount for any black individual of 27 cents a day.  If a
1000 black people come together and contribute 27 cents
each day in a collective account, after one year we would
have generated $98,550.
After 12 years of organizing our people, the Collective Black
People Movement (CBPM) implemented our Economic Plan in
January, 2009.  The CBPM is asking our creator and ancestors
to guide us, bless us, and enable each one of us, the CBPM
members, to hold to our commitment of the membership rate
we have signed up with at the CBPM.  Let’s do this with love
and purpose for our ancestors, people, our children, and our
future.  
There is no pass membership due amount owed by any
member of the Collective Black People Movement (CBPM).  We
thank those who have already been paying their membership
dues.  
The Economic Plan will be managed by the CBPM
Administration Department via an Economic Plan Committee.  
All brothers and sisters who selected to be in the CBPM
Administration Department are called upon to assist in the
implementation and management of CBPM Economic Plan.  
With the great numbers of our people and moral support we
can solve our own financial dilemmas.  
Please join the CBPM member’s monthly conference call on the
first Sundays of each month by dialing 218-844-8230 and
entering Access Code 195044#.  The next member’s meeting
conference call is on Sunday, May 3rd, 2009 from 8pm – 9:
30pm.  Please plan to call in, we need your voice.
All CBPM members are urged to review the CBPM economic
plan.  Please analyze this plan and if you see anyway we can
improve it, let the CBPM Administration Department know.  We
are seeking your input, comments, and approval of the CBPM
Economic Plan.  Comments and questions in reference to the
CBPM Economic plan can be sent to:  admin@cbpm.org.
Sponsored by the Collective Black People  Movement (CBPM)
CBPM Economic
Plan for our People
SAVE YOUR
PENNIES
TO HELP BUILD A
BLACK
NATION
Support all Economic Plans for our People:
1.  CBPM Economic Plan (Below)
2.  Black Race Treasury:  Soon Come...
3.  Collective Empowerment Plan (CEP): Enter
Here
4.  10-10-50: Enter Here
Table of Contents:

1.  Goals of the CBPM Economic Plan

2.  What Happens to each Membership
Dollar?

3.  How the CBPM Economic Plan Works

4.  How to participate in the CBPM
Economic Plan

5.  Big Challenge – 27 cents each day
The Collective Black People Movement’s
Economic Plan must meet the following Goals:

1.  Fund a Local (State) Savings budget for our people.
2.  Fund a National Savings budget for our people.
3.  Fund an International Savings Budget for our people.
4.  Provide Emergency funds for the members of the CBPM.
5.  Fund a Collective Savings Budget for our People for future
investments.
6.  Provide funding for each Black Organization that is working
for our people and is a member of the collective.
7.  Provide funding for each Black Business that is working for
our people and is a member of the collective.
8.  Employ our people to work for our people.
9.  Fund a Local budget for the purpose of employing our people
to work for our people locally.
10.  Fund a National budget for the purpose of employing our       
people to work for our people national.
11.  Fund a International budget for the purpose of employing
our people to work for our people international.

It’s all about black people investing pennies (~27 cents a
day) in great numbers so we can get it back in great
returns to:
How the Collective Black People Movement
(CBPM) Economic Plan Works:

1.  1st - 25 cents is for Local, National, & International Funds –
Out of each membership dollar, the first 25 cents is broken
down as follows:













2.  2rd - 25 cents: Future Investments
- Out of each
membership dollar, the Second 25 cents is for:







3.        3rd - 25 cents is for the Funding of the Budgets of the 50
different departments of our people’s skills, talents, and
intelligence (education).
 Out of each membership dollar, the Third
25 cents is for:  Funding the budgets of the 50 departments of our
people’s skills, talents, and intelligence (education).  CBPM
Departments are designed to be coordinated by CBPM Members,
Black Organizations or Black Businesses that is a member of the
CBPM.  
















4.  4th - 25 cents Employment Funds - Out of each membership
dollar, the Fourth 25 cents is for:
How to Pay your CBPM
Membership Dues:
Each member of the Collective Black People
Movement (CBPM) will receive an email
reminder letting them know to pay their
membership dues for the current month.  The
CBPM membership dues can be paid by one of
the following methods:

1.  Pay at the CBPM Office located at: 132
Fairfield Place, suite 204, Atlanta, Georgia.

2.  Pay your month (3 months, 6 months, or year)
membership due payment online at the CBPM
website:
  www.cbpm.org/membershippayment2

3.  Call the CBPM office at 404-HIP-JAZZ or
678-827-CBPM
and arrange for someone to
come and pick up your CBPM month
membership due.

4.  Send a Money Order or Check made payable
to the Collective Black People Movement
(CBPM), by mail, to the CBPM Office at:




Thank you for being a part of an Economic Plan
for Black People that can go a long way in solving
many financial problems we face and create a
way for our youths of tomorrow.
Join the Collective in Ujamaa,
Cooperative Ecomomics.
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Here
Big Challenge
27 Cents a Day
It’s a big big big big a big big challenge
For 2000 members in the years 2000.
It’s a big big big big a big big challenge
For 2000 members in the years 2000.
Now here me my brethren and
Here me my sistren.
If a 1000 black people come together
27 cent a day they throw in
And after one year, that’s over $98,000
To free fi mi brethren and free mi sistren
From the Babylon Economic Slavery System.

It’s a big big big big a big big challenge
For 2000 members in the years 2000.
It’s a big big big big a big big challenge
For 2000 members in the years 2000.
The population of U.S. blacks that is about 40 million
A dollar a day that will bring $40 million right in.
I tell you that is good news for you my brethren,
An economic plan to solve the solution

It’s a big big big big a big big challenge
For 2000 members in the years 2000.
It’s a big big big big a big big challenge
For 2000 members in the years 2000.
Now here me my brethren and
Here me my sistren.
If a 1000 black people come together
27 cent a day they throw in
And after one year, that’s over $98,000
To free fi mi brethren and free mi sistren
From the Babylon Economic Slavery System.

That’s why
It’s a big big big big a big big challenge
For 2000 members in the years 2000.
It’s a big big big big a big big challenge
For 2000 members in the years 2000.
What Happens to each Membership Dollar:
If a 1000 Black
People come
together and put 27
cents a day into a
collective account,
after 1 year we
would have
generated $98,550.
CBPM Members   Non-Members
Enter your Pennies Here
The CBPM Economic Plan is not final until the African Experts in this area give their input,
African People have a chance to review it,  and  the end of time comes.
a.  5 cents goes to a Local (or State) Fund for the CBPM organization.  This
fund shall not be touched and shall always be there as a measurement of
strength and growth for the CBPM Organization Locally (or State wide).

b.  5 cents goes to a National (Country) Fund for the CBPM organization.  This
fund shall not be touched and shall always be there as a measurement of
strength and growth for the CBPM Organization Nationally.

c.  5 cents goes to a International (Worldwide) Fund for the CBPM
organization.  This fund shall not be touched and shall always be there as a
measurement of strength and growth for the CBPM Organization Internationally.

d.  10 cents goes to the individual who maintains the CBPM member web page
and is part of the Technology Department or if that member does not have a
web page, the 10 cents goes to an Emergency fund established for the CBPM.
Collective savings for our people who are members of the Collective Black
People Movement (CBPM) for future investments. The future investments can
be in property, land, our own headquarters locally, nationally, and
internationally, or whatever the CBPM members collectively decide.  These
funds shall not be touched for investment until we have reached a collective
goal "of", whatever the CBPM members decide.
a.  Initially, CBPM Monthly expenses to run the organization will be the expenses
of the 50 departments since all the departments are being operated out of the
CBPM office.  Therefore after the expenses for running the CBPM organization
has been deducted, there can be a equal division of the remaining funds
generated each month equally amongst the 4 areas that the CBPM Membership
dues are designed to fund.

b.  Eventually, there will be a mathematical equation that will determine how
each department gets its funding based on: the funds that department brings to
the CBPM, the members that the department brings to the CBPM, the works
that the department is doing for the CBPM, the activity of the department, and
any other important issues determined by the members of the CBPM.

c.  In the long run (years), Black Organizations (example: NCOBRA) and/or
Black Businesses who are members of the CBPM and whose mission is similar
to the goals and responsibilities for a specific department (example:
Reparations Department) of the CBPM, decides to coordinate a department,
then their will be funds for this organization (NCOBRA) to coordinate this
department (Reparations Department) for our people.
a.  10 cents – goes to the member who signs up the new member to the
CBPM.  In order for a member to receive 10 cents (10% of another
member’s due), they would have to be a member of the membership
department and they would have to have obtained a minimum of 10 new
members to the CBPM before any disbursements of payments would be
made to this individual.  This individual would also be bound by the
Employment Department regulations for the CBPM.  See:   
www.cbpm.org/files/EmploymentDepartment and
www.cbpm.org/membershipagent

b.  5 cents – goes to the Local (State) Fund for employing our people.  In all
the works that the CBPM does, all positions (for instance department
coordinators) are designed to get compensated for the works they do for the
organization.  Therefore the Local (State) Fund is designed to compensate
individuals doing works for the CBPM locally (state wide).  There must be
criteria’s that we, the CBPM members, determine in order for compensating
individuals working for the CBPM.  The compensation of individuals will be
based on their input and role in the CBPM organization.  Naturally, there will be
no compensation for any individual working for the CBPM until the budget gets
large enough to employ our people.  The department coordinators will most
likely be the first individuals to get compensated in the CBPM because of the
important role that they will be playing for the Collective Black People
Movement (CBPM).

c.  5 cents – goes to the National (Country) fund for employing our people.
Therefore the National (Country) Fund is designed to compensate
individuals doing works for the CBPM on the National level (Nation
wide).

d.  5 cents – goes to the International (Worldwide) fund for employing our
people.  Therefore the International Fund is designed to compensate
individuals doing works for the CBPM on the International level (World
wide).
a.  Employ us to build up black people.
b.  Get money to fund black organizations that’s designed  
and run by us for us.
c.  Get money to black businesses designed by us for us.
d.  Establish savings money and money for investment.  
e.  Establish local, national, and international budgets.
Participate in
the CBPM
Economic Plan
Here:
Enter your
Pennies
Here
The CBPM
132 Fairfield Place, Suite 204
Atlanta, Georgia 30314
5 cents – goes to
local state fund for
our people.
5 cents – goes to
national fund for our
people.
5 cents – goes for
International fund
for our people.
10 cents - goes to
maintaining
member’s web
page or 10 cents
goes to Emergency
funds.
25 Cents goes to for
our people who are
members of the
collective for future
investments.
25 Cents goes to funding
the budgets of the 50
CBPM Departments are
designed to be
coordinated by CBPM
Members, Black
Organizations, or Black
Businesses.
to the member
who signs the to
CBPM.
5 cents – goes to
the Local state
fund for
employing our
people.
5 cents – goes to
the National state
fund for
employing our
people.
5 cents – goes to
the International
state fund for
employing our
people.
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