CBPM Index:

"Forward Ever, Backward Never"
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Analysis of the Skills, Talents, and
Intelligence (Education) of the
members to CBPM:
2007 Analysis of
CBPM Members
Make sure your Skills, Talents, and
Intelligence (Education) is entered in
our people's data base so when you
are needed our people can count on
The Culture Center
The Collective Black People Movement (CBPM) got our Start from the Culture Center, 361
Edgewood Ave., Atlanta, Georgia November 1995.  This is when we first started to gather our
people's Skills, Talents, and Intelligence (Education).  The Culture Center is the Home Base of
CBPM and wherever our People are, we have to have a Culture Center.  Its the African (Black)
People's YMCA.

Members heard about the CBPM by the following Methods:

1. From other members, brothers, sisters, cousins, friends, Inquired,  Grapevine,
Fryers, Vibes, WRFG 89.3 FM, Faith, Ear to Ear, Divine Inspirations, Word of Mouth, Picked up  
flyers at the Pati Stop on Edgewood Ave., Picked up flyers from the Kulture House in the West
End, Walk-in/Visiting the Culture Center, the Rastafari Community,

2.  From Attending the following functions held at the Culture Center,  
361Edgewood Ave. Downtown Atlanta:

a.        Meetings of the Nations of Gods and Earths  
b.        African Liberation Day Celebrations
c.        Poetry Shows
d.        Malcolm X Day Celebrations
e.        Ethiopian New Year Celebrations
f.         Juneteenth Celebrations
g.        Meetings of the Atlanta Rastafari Community (ARK)
h.        Marcus Garvey Day Celebrations
i.         Black History Month Celebrations
j.         Kwanzaa Celebrations
k.        And more…

Achieving our present members to the Collective Black People Movement was obtained by
Ayo-ola, Sister Hekat, Charles P,
Chinyelu, Cypress Brown, Ebis, Elijah, Jah Wes,  
Jahnana, JC Heru, Makeba, The late Moses Bay from Kenya, Malik Kalom, Muhamma Wali
(Infinity), Ras Marvin, Safiyah, Silence, Sister Dee, Sister Rose, Sister Nyl, and Telly,  

…Special Thanks to these people for the work that they have done for all of us in
beginning the process of uniting our  people from different black organizations,  
spiritualities, families, individuals, cities, states, and countries.  

…Special thanks also is due to Sister Jaha, Papa O, Culture Mikey, Michael Cure, DJ Reality,
Tony Rankin, Ras Irate, Jawanza, The Dubman, Mr. Humble, Selector, Sister Peaches, Jr. Silk,
Sister Akiri, Iras Levi, Spanky Dread, Sister Wakelah, Sister Moses, the Cosmic Love Beat
Family, Ras Kofi, Sister Rashima, Sister Patricia, Mama Dread, Rodney, Shaka Winston, The
late Bongo Gabriel, Rick I, Fox,
Don, Tony, and Ken because without their support, input, and
contributions, the CBPM would have not been possible.  Special thanks to the brothers and
sisters who gave support to the Culture Center, whose names are not mentioned, but your
goods works will stand forever.  The CBPM is livicated to RAS REDDIE and all Black
Liberation Brothers and Sisters who has left us much to early.
Join the Collective Black
People Movement (CBPM)
and get the momentum and
support of our people
behind you and what you
are doing.   BECOME A

CBPM is your information resource for
what ever Skill, Talents,  & Intelligence
you may need.  We have from a-z
database of What our People are
Doing? Check It Out  
Practice Functional Unity
10 – Each month volunteer 10
hours in a Black Organization
10 – Each month  donate a
minimum of $10 to a Black
50 – Each month  redirect a
minimum of $50 from a non Black
business to a Black Business of
your choice.
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Join the Collective in:
Umoja (Unity)
Kujichagulia (Self-determination)
Ujima (Collective Work and  
Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics)
Nia (purpose)
Kuumba (Creativity)
Imani (Faith)

Be a part of the Collective
and practice Kwanzaa
Spread Your Works Around
The Country...through
PSU...every Wednesday night
at 9pm.
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Everywhere African
(Black) People are,
we must have a
Culture Center.
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Thanks Ras Irate for Creating the
Beautiful Murial at the Culture Centrer
Ujima - Collective Work and
Responsibility in building The Culture
See all 7 principles of Kwanzaa in
Action at the Culture Center
After practicing the Nguzo Saba
(Principles of Kwanzaa), the Collective
enjoys the fruits of the Harvist.
Coming Next:  Music and Videos from the Culture Center...Stay Tuned.
Art work by: Ras Irate;  Graphics by: Dean-Paul Graphics
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