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At 6:53am on March 14, 2016, James Hollingshed (Jay) said…
Namaska brother. I've concluded that one's personal truth has to be manifested. Being that it's manifestation is from within, does that serve as proof of his/her truth? Your insight on my conclusion will prove to be helpful.

Be the Blessing!
jayHOLLiNGSHED®
At 6:44pm on November 22, 2014, Righteous gave Clifford Black a gift
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You Earn A Ribbon Because You Are Smart
At 2:52pm on December 26, 2013, Simone Thomas said…

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Critical_literacy

Please check this out when you have a chance.  Critical literacy, as a concept, will be integral to our work together going forward.

At 5:45pm on December 27, 2012, Quinton Harrison said…
Hello there Dr. Black. Just sending you a message to introduce myself and tell u how much I am looking forward to learning here. My name is Quinton but im often called Q. I'm a junior in high school and was fortunate enough to be introduced to my good friend and mentor Charles Cartwright. I thank him for giving me this opportunity to learn how to learn and brightening my future, and I hope u and I can be great friends as well
At 11:12pm on September 18, 2012, Asha Bediako said…

I am always inspired by my beloved Clifford Black.  Thru him I've learned a new way to teach and study and learn.  Peace & Blessings to Dr/Mr. Black and to the People who Love and Respect Him.  May Peace, Love and Greatness come to Members of the Red Pill on this day, the birthday of the great Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana and Africa.  This is a great day for a great outstanding Black People! 

 

"There are those who maintain that Africa cannot unite because we lack the three necessary ingredients for unity, a common race, culture and language.  It is true that we have for centuries been divided.  The territorial boundaries dividing us were fixed long ago, often quite arbitrarily, by the colonial powers.  Some of us are Moslems, some Christians; many believe in traditional, tribal gods.  Some of us speak French, some English, some Portuguese, not to mention the millions who speak only one of the hundreds of different African languages.  We have acquired cultural differences which affect our outlook and condition our political development.

 

"All this is inevitable, due to our historical background.  Yet in spite of this I am convinced that the forces making for unity far outweigh those which divide us.  In meeting fellow Africans from all parts of the continent I am impressed by how much we have in common.  It is not just our colonial past, or the fact that we have aims in common, it is something which goes far deeper.  I can best describe it as a sense of one-ness in that we are Africans."    

 

Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah

from Africa Must Unite p. 132

 

 

At 3:06pm on July 30, 2012, LottaLox said…

Namaste Dr. Black.  I just wanted you to know that I thoroughly enjoyed the training this weekend. Thank you for your gift.  

At 7:58pm on January 29, 2012, Inez Dockery said…

Namaste Dr. Black, apologies for missings class today. Varmints broke into my home last night and tore up the place, but all is well. Inez

At 6:51am on October 1, 2011, Eclectic Educators said…
Funny that the year on the document was the year that MS finally made slavery illegal...1999.
At 3:35pm on September 3, 2011, Robert Chism said…
Dr. Black have you seen Torch wood miracle day? It comes on stars and it has a lot of relevance to things we discuss. There is a marathon coming on monday at noon,but last nights episode 'the gathering',was really relevant to things we discuss as far as language and mistranslation done with intent.
At 7:58pm on September 1, 2011, Robert Chism said…
Dr. Black I've been researching and reading information pertaining to Red October. I now understand why this could not be allowed to happen anywhere else. I'm sure as I go deeper I will find more answers to the question posed last night.
At 11:21am on April 12, 2011, Zakiya Leggett said…

Mr. Black’s program was a life-changing experience for me. I started in the program when I was in middle school and continued through high school even though I went away from home to a boarding school. Mr. Black’s program taught me how to think in a way I would never have learned in a traditional school environment. I credit the experiences from the classes with helping me excel on the ACT, SAT, as well as the GRE. There was lots of practical knowledge as well as experiences and lessons that made me think outside the box. Additionally, the whole process built up my confidence in my abilities as a student. Once I’d “mastered” the art of his teaching style I felt capable of learning anything. I was not intimidated when I was in challenging classes while matriculating for my BS at Tuskegee University, my Masters at Duke University or my Ph.D. at North Carolina State University. I am indebted to Mr. Black and his amazing program for contributing to my success as a research scientist today!

 

Zakiya H. Leggett, Ph.D.

Sustainability Scientist

zakiyahol@hotmail.com

At 9:26pm on April 01, 2011, Charles Cartwright (Neo) gave Clifford Black a gift
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Thank you for all you do and going to do My Brother!!!
At 2:22pm on February 11, 2011, James Starks said…
im down with you Dr.Black,cause youre down for the people
At 7:14pm on February 10, 2011, James Starks said…

thank you brother Black

 

At 8:39am on October 11, 2010, Vernessa McVay gave Clifford Black a gift
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I see you, and I love you, and we'll be in class on Wednesday.
At 7:44pm on October 27, 2009, B. Crittenden Freeman gave Clifford Black a gift
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This Is It
At 9:59am on October 4, 2009, Aaron (Al) Lewis said…
f Mr C. Black is a member of this network i would like for him to reply to my message about the Matrix. If not would you be so kind as to forward the following message to him;

Its been a while since our last meeting and dialog about the Matrix.

I think that when an individual gets caught in a construct that they don't have an understanding of our impact that serves them and their interests it would be in their best interest to remove themselves from it.

The dialog learning continues. Steven (Steve) Flowers
At 9:00am on September 23, 2009, f muhammad said…
The UN adress can be viewed @9:00 on finalcall.com. Thanks Dr Black.
At 11:16am on September 21, 2009, kelvin stout said…
Namaste, thanks Dr. Black for the reading material you past on to me I'm enjoying the articles, again, I cannot overstate how much I appreciate all you do and are doing to help myself and others learn how to learn. peace

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