|CBPM has to function as a
"Super Duper Power Booster African People Power Plant"
Based on Input of one
member to collective:
(See for 593, 1000, 35 Million members)
|Currently there are 2,880 Individuals who
have joined and became members of th
Collective Black People Movement
(CBPM). Each entry in the membership
database contains 200 columns of
information (the Skills, Talents, and
Intelligence (Education) of this member.
Thus totaling to 576,000 data cells of
information on what our members are doing
that can help all of us and how we can give
that member help in return.
Below is a table that describes the power of
Strength in Numbers. This table is also a
road map that establishes goals for the
number of members we can get to join the
Collective Black People Movement (CBPM)
and what will be achieved by our people
from our collective efforts.
|Table: Strength in Numbers and what will be Achieved for African (Black) People.
All African People United X
Total Black Unification in the U.S. X X
Sovereignty for our people X X X
A force to be reckoned with X X X X
Economic Power X X X X X
Positioned for Internal Financial Support X X X X X X
Political Power/ Dev. of Parallel Institutions X X X X X X X
Development of CBPM Departments X X X X X X X X
Black Unification X X X X X X X X X
Self-Determination for Blacks X X X X X X X X X X
# of People in the Collective (CBPM) 1 100 500 1,000 5,000 10,000 100,000 1 Million 45 Million 2 Billion
|Table of Contents:
1. Goals and
Responsibilities for the
2. Benefits of Membership
3. Types of Membership
4. Join the Membership
5. Become a CBPM
|The Collective has to
integrate everything African
People are doing into one
body for the benefit and
upliftment of all African
|Exhaust: Waste Removed from Amongst our People:
1. Separation and Division
4. Doing works by yourself
7. Not gathering skills, talents, & intel. at events (i.e. JENA)
8. Other: ________________________
1. Unification and Collaboration
2. Respect and Support
3. Collective Mentality
4. Doing works Collectively
7. Other: ____________________
|Economic Plan – 27 cents/day
a. 6.75 cents/day member savings
b. 6.75 cents/day collective savings
c. 6.75 cents/day to fund the budget of
50 areas of skills, talents, &
intelligence (& Black Organizations
who are member of collective).
d. 6.75 cents/day to employ or people
|New Members to Positive Black
Organizations that are part of the collective
|Uniting (gathering), documenting, and
organizing our people across all individuals,
families, organizations, businesses,
institutions, and spiritualities based on our
skills, talents, & intelligence (education).
|A local, national, and international network,
|An establishment of a Collective African
Force in all areas of skills, talents, &
intelligence of humanity
|Support of each Other
|A collective force to address the problems
faced by African People in Criminal Justice
System, Political, Educational, Employment
Housing, Health Care, and much more…
|Other and much more: ________________
(When you give your input into the Collective)
|Join the Collective and help our People reach to the next level of Unification, 5,000 members.
|Get paid for uniting our people...Compensation: 10% of each new member yearly dues you receive.
Become a membership coordinator for the collective, locally, nationally or internationally, click here. Compensation: is 1% of total membership dues to CBPM.
|Unity is Strength
|CBPM Member Businesses Pages
|Type of Business Name of Business
Errand Service R & R Errand Service
Father Initiative Black Star Project Atlanta
Father Initiative Concerned Dads Inc.
Film Production Co. Ruff Life Films
Finance Educated Investments
Finance Mountain Movers Worldwide
Fine Arts Mahdi Creations
Food Iron Jerk
Hair/Personal Care Elite Barber and Hair
Hair/Personal Care Keep it locked
Hair/Personal Care Modern Manna
Hand Craft/Jewerly Touch of Class
Hand Craft/Jewerly Tephillah
Hip Hop Outlaw Radeo
Hip Hop Last Laff Records
Hip Hop York Nice
Hip Hop/Reggae Top Shottas
Home repair J.W. Home Repair
Independent record label Street Voice Music
Interior Decorator The Guest Room
IT Specialist Bomani Computer Service
Jewelry Ngozi Works
Management/Development ESP Enterprises, Inc.
Massage The Right Touch
Media/Spiritual Doing it Gog's Way
Merchant LIA Merchant
Music Ras Clay I
Natural Products Edenfresh
Networking & Marketing Royal Inheritance
Photography Shabazz Photos
Promotions King Quest
Radio Outlaw Radeo
Rastafari Culture Testimonies and Revelations
Real Estate Mattie Childs Listings
Reggae Rankin Media
Reggae Ras Tree
Reggae Techsound Industries
Restaurant Our Daily Bread
Retail Riding the Jewell
Salon Boutique Grove 492
Screen printing Prolific Screen Printing
Trading w/ Caribbean Macford Enterprise
Travel Accommodations Empress Travels
Travel Accommodations Travel Bound
Vegan Raw/Life Food Love Livin' Naturally
Vending Aboriginal Blim Blam
Video Production Blackhandz Entertainment
Wholistic Healing Xaa'EL Heru El- BEY
|Type of Business Name of Business
A Safe Passage ASAP
Accountig/Bookeeping Isis Bookeeping Services
Advertisement, Promotions Irievisions Marketing
Africa Tours and Investments Africa for the Africans
Art Mute Testaments
Auto Sales Agape Auto
Bath & Body Products Shea Essentials
Bed & Breakfast Mahala Corp.
Black Organization African Community Center for
Unity & Self Determination
Black Organization Black Male Community
Empowerment Forum (BMCEF)
Black Organization EWF Mahel Safari Local 49
Black Organization God's Children and Elders
Black Organization Habesha
Black Organization Problem Solvers United
Black Organization New Black Panther Party
Bookkeeping Bottom Line Services
Café Organic Roots Café
Car wash King Ras
Career Development Kingdom Fortunes
Children's Camp Sankofa Youth Culture Camp
Civic & Civil Rights Project SOAR
Cleaning GMC Cleaning
Clothes Design Eclectreenvi
Clothing Line Black Kung Fu
Clothing Manufacturing Kem-Wear Mfg.
Clothing, Art, & Crafts Nationtime Fashion
Composition/Music Cipher He Records
Computer repair Bomani Computer Services
Computer repair Leek Squad
Conglomerate Select Effects Conglomerate
Construction Doc Rehab 2000
Construction I & I Works
Construction Top Flight Painting
Consulting CMS Health Services
Crocheting Isis Hats
Cultural Items Culture Wear
Cultural Shop Gullah Inc.
Cultural Shop Ikouba's Oil & Incense
Education A+ Tutoring
Education Rivers of Living Waters
Education The Independent Think Tank
Educational Consulting Kwame Ture Leadership
Environment/Yoga Mothers for Earth Soul yoga
|Give 27 cents a day
|Sponsered by the Collective Black People Movement (CBPM)
|The CBPM gathers our
people for 50 different
|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.
|Kazakah Sarai of KBS Studio in Israel www.cbpm.org/kazakah; & www.cbpm.org/htsiproducts; Elihu of Face it Wise Production in Athol,
Massachusetts www.cbpm.org/faceitwise; Efran of Jah Diamond Productions in Atlanta, Georgia www.cbpm.org/efrendiamond; Sam Bateman of
the Black Business Builders in Muskegon, Michigan http://www.blackbusinessbuilders.com/optin2/video.php?1675; Melissa Mitchell (Cocoa) in
Atlanta, Georgia; Devontae Gaskin (Maestrojacket) in College Park, Georgia; Sumaila, Hardi in Tamale, Ghana www.cbpm.org/africanchild; Jetina
Wisdom the Pupil Teacher in Tamale, Ghana www.cbpm.org/wisdom; Mirline Lozis-Polynice of Bethel Grace and Mercy in Jersey, Georgia www.
mirlinelozis.com; Abdullah Sadat (Jah Yut) in Tamale, Ghana www.cbpm.org/jahyut; The UNIA-ACL Legal Defense Committee out of Washington
DC www.cbpm.org/unia-ldc; I-Nia Rogers the Acting Counsel General for the UNIA-ACL in Washington DC & of Making Majic www.cbpm.
org/internationalexpatriatemovement; www.cbpm.org/dualcitizenship; Brother Moorbey of Black Unity in Jacksonville, Florida http://blackunity.ning.
com; & www.cbpm.org/moorbey; Kwasi of Jewels by Jeff in Atlanta, Georgia www.cbpm.org/jeffsjewels; Ras Flame in Alabama, Stuki of Etaylor
Group in Atlanta, Georgia www.cbpm.org/networkers; Alosua Ali.Sabree of Amadi Wellness Connection in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania www.
BeWellRelax.com; Richard Jones (Brother Hanif) in Ellenwood, Georgia; Khakija Jackson in Atlanta, Georgia; Derek Isa Yusef Muhammad (T.H.E.
M. Helper) of One Love Barber in Birmingham, Alabama www.cbpm.org/pumojabrotherhood; William Elliott (Dan) of D & D Elliott Enterprise Inc. in
Covington, Georgia www.cbpm.org/dandelliottenterprise; Ali-Yasin of Free Your Mind Design in Atlanta, Georgia www.cbpm.org/fymd; Kebu of the
Living Fund in Atlanta, Georgia www.thelivingfund.com & www.cbpm.org/thelivingfund; Nadra Enzi aka Captain Black of in Savannah, Georgia http:
//www.myspace.com/nadrasw1; Germain Bindika of Loub’ Braids in Adrian, Michigan; Rev. Baruti of Udja Temple Ministries and Black Unity in
Charolette, North Carolina www.afrikanfamilyressurection.ning.com & www.blogtalkradio.com/udjatemple; Zakur Tupak-El of the Washitaw Nation
and Rise to Nobility in Lithonia, Georgia www.cbpm.org/washitaw; Na-Mar-Rah (Moma Dogg) of Out for Justice in Columbus, Ohio www.cbpm.
org/outforjustice; Marvenus Daniels of Just Venus Community Organizer in Columbus, Ohio www.cbpm.org/jusvenus; Ebrima the Street Journalist
of Witness Corner in Atlanta, Georgia www.cbpm.org/witnesscorner; Profit Yeremeyah of Natural Mystic in Decatur, Georgia www.cbpm.
org/naturalmystic; Sheriese Nicole of Itiopi International in Atlanta, Georgia www.itiopionline.com; Terry Wade in Lawrenceville, Georgia; Blak
Smith (Blak) in Atlanta, Georgia www.black2africa.blogspot.com; Ralph Carreia (Funckshaun) of Funckshaun Productions in Austell, Georgia www.
funckshaun.net & www.cbpm.org/funckshaun; Rodney Riley (Knowledge) in Atlanta, Georgia ; The Late Great Njere Alghanee of NCOBRA and
ABISA in Lithonia, Georgia www.ncobra.org; & www.cbpm.org/reparations, & www.cbpm.org/ncobra Abdul Karim of Street Beats Car Audio in
Rochester, New York; Brother Fredo of the Grove Assembly in Atlanta, Georgia www.thegroovementassembly.com; Khepra the Evolutionary of the
Sixth Region Diaspora Caucus in Brooklyn, New York www.padu-srdc.ning.com,, www.cbpm.org/padu & www.facebook.com/profile.php?
id=657385407&ref=search#!/profile.php?id=882975575&ref=ts, ; Tommie Rodriguez in Fayetteville, North Carolina; Baba Masanji of the House
Ove Maci in Atlanta, Georgia www.cbpm.org/houseovemaci; Abdul Rafik Amin (Rawindy) in Tamale, Ghana; Mr. Humble of the Africon Blood
Newsletter, Dub Selector, and Wildfiyah Rootikal Records in Houston, Texas www.wildfiyah.com & www.cbpm.org/africonblood ; Ansar Aisha El
Muhammad (Sis Aisha)of Ansar 2 your Belly in Oakland, California; Casandra Jones (Sister Sandre) of Precious Gems Home Day Care Service in
Marietta, Georgia www.cbpm.org/pghdc; Nisa Shabazz the Lady President of Division 421 & of Jabari Sekou Entertainment in Atlanta, Georgia www.
cbpm.org/jabarisekouentertainment & www.cbpm.org/tops; Akinade the Wire Artist and Spiritual Advisor in Riverdale, Georgia www.cbpm.
org/healingwithelements; Jacquese Aikian (Quessy) of Jaba (Cleaning) Services Inc. in Atlanta, Georgia www.jabaservices.net & www.cbpm.
org/jabaservices; Ra Wilson of Migrating Cultures in Alpharetta, Georgia www.migratingculture.com & www.cbpm.org/ratehrepatriate; Ancesral
Dancer Brother Jumoke Ifetayo of NCOBRA & Mr. Clean’s Home Nurturing in Atlanta, Georgia ; Greta X (Bridges) of GXB Cosmetics in Birmingham,
Alabama www.cbpm.org/blacknbeautifullgoddess; The GR8 – Sundiata Brown of in Griffen, Georgia; Taletha Patton (Talid) in Birmingham,
Alabama Diva Dreams; Czar Kijana of Obsidia in Decatur, Georgia www.cbpm.org/obsidia; Ewnetin Felagi (Khepera) in Phoenix, Arizona; Darius
Bowens (Dee) of Supreme Mobile Cleaning in Atlanta, Georgia www.cbpm.org/suprememobilecleaning; Nicola Morris in Gillingham, Kentucky;
Terry Brooks (Jamaicanman) in Greenwood, Mississippi www.cbpm.org/blacklion; Nicole Wilson (Nikki Noodles) in Atlanta, Georgia; Yapende of
Highmerr International in Ormesson, France www.highmerr.com; & www.cbpm.org/highmerr; Calvin Mackey of Wealth Creation in Atlanta, Georgia
http://www.HolyGrailResiduals.com/?owner=WEALTHCREATION; Babatu Rudo (Akinnioyo) of Kwabenya Healing Grounds in Washington DC www.
myspace.com/kwabenyahealinggrounds; Sharon Dyer in Sterling, Louisiana; Lisa Miles of Koncious Kreations in College Park, Georgia www.
chezmajik08.tripod.com & www.cbpm.org/konciouskreations; Kofi Nartley (Nart) of Youth in Business Project in Somanya, Ghana www.
youthinbeading.webs.com; Timothy Spear or NAARI Housing Counseling Agency in Tucker, Georgia www.naarihousingcounselingagency.com &
www.cbpm.org/naari; Oyah Menen of Join a Study Circle & AAPRP in Atlanta, Georgia www.cbpm.org/joinastudycircle; Kendall Newson of Teach a
Child to Fish & Nu Brand Inc. (Formerly with the Dallas Cowboys) in Decatur, Georgia www.teachachildtofish.net, www.cbp.org/nubrandinc & www.
cbpm.org.tactf; Andrew Garvey El the grandson of Marcus Garvey of A & C Printables in Orlando, Florida catalogactivewear.com/acprints; Brad
Gibbs of Street Politikin in Brooklyn, New York; Benita Francis (Celeste)of Beyond Boundaries in Houston, Texas www.BeyondBoundariessite.com
& www.cbpm.org/beyondboundaries; Timothy Wheels (Fly)of Fly Wheel Entertainment in Atlanta, Georgia www.twitter.com/mrfiefly; Paulette
Bridges (Pook) in Atlanta, Georgia ; Linzy Amiker (Bigpoopa) in Orangeburg, South Carolina; B.I.G. Nel of in Sandy Springs, Georgia www.bignel.
bandcamp.com & www.cbpm.org/bignel; Kofi Agyapong in Washington DC www.sada53.org; Evan Bradley (Kaaria)in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
Jovon Walker (Ruddid) in Atlanta, Georgia; Mark LeConte (Mauke) in Riviera, Florida; Brother Hollywood in Glen Burn, Maryland; Tenisha
McCaleb in Florissasnt, Missouri; Joseph Chapman (Woosie) in Brooklyn, New York; Shanay Davis (SB) in Union City, Georgia; Richard Wyatt
(Rich) in Farmingdale, New York; Michele West in Columbus, Georgia www.wix.com/jrocks/mom.org; Debra Haiston (Dee Dee) in Aiken, South
Carolina; LaVerne Collington (Perilous leader)of Triple C’s Service Foundation in Riverdale, Georgia www.cbpm.org/tcsf; Mwt ChenziRa of Per
Ankh Khamniversity Institute in Kingshill, Virgin Islands www.perankhu.org; Thomas McRae (Quiet or T) in Queens, New York; Felicia Gary (Lisa)
in White Castle, Louisiana www.cbpm.org/feliciagary; Aquia Rachille (Aquiaherra) Atlanta, Georgia; Daniel Solomon (D) in Washington DC www.
tomocacoffee.com; Charles Blake in Atlanta, Georgia www.cbpm.org/nhm; Little King David in Atlanta, Georgia; Gloria Foster of Capital
Commercial Real Estate in Lawrenceville, Georgia www.capitalcomgroup.com; Wayne David (Frederick) of Nabru in Wellingboro, London UK www.
nabruenterprise.org; Zakiya Penny in St. Louis, Missouri; Antonios Stone (Dada) in Detroit, Michigan; Yaw Manu in Lithonia, Georgia www.
consciousafricans.ning.com; Harold Osborne in California; Joseph Dismond of Turner King University in Twinburg, Ohio; Blakk Diamond in
Miramar, Florida www.returntoblakkroyalty.com; Vearon Pack (Queen) of Creative Times in Annapolis, Maryland www.cbpm.org/creationtimes;
Kwanisai Mafa of the Ujamma Youth Farming Project in Gweru, Zimbabwe www.ujammafarming.org; Akua Oparebea Johnson the President of the
Woodson/ Banneker/Jackson Bey UNIA-ACL Washington DC Division 330; and Adeyinka Adefunmiloye of African Tourist Magazine in Lagos,
The Collective Black People Movement (CBPM) thanks all our new members and current members bringing our organization’s
membership to 872 members today. From the areas of the world that our members sign up for the CBPM membership, gives us a
scope of how far the works of the Collective Black People Movement is reaching. Thank you all, again, for joining the Collective Black
People Movement (CBPM). Become a member here: www.cbpm.org/files/OnlineMembershipForm.
|The Collective Black People Movement welcomes all of our New
members with their Skill, Talents, and Intelligence (education):
|Black People give
your skills, talents,
(education) to your