accountability [ac·count·abil·i·ty]
: an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility
: a plan or goal that guides someone's behavior and that is often kept
agriculture [ag·ri·cul·ture]
: the science or occupation of farming
anarchism [an·ar·chism]
: a belief that government and laws are not necessary
ancestor [ an·ces·tor]
: a person who was in someone's family in past times : one of the people
from whom a person is descended
Symbol for life in Ancient Kemet
against a government or the administration in office
articulate [ ar·tic·u·late]
: clearly expressed and easily understood; very instrumental in
communicating healthy with others
assimilate [as·sim·i·late]
: to cause (a person or group) to become part of a different society,
country, etc.
: to adopt the ways of another culture : to fully become part of a different
society, country, etc.
barter [ bar·ter ]
: to exchange things (such as products or services) for other things instead
of for money
Black Nationalism
advocates a racial definition (or redefinition) of national identity. There
are different indigenous nationalist philosophies but the principles of all
Black nationalist ideologies are unity and self-determination—that is,
separation, or independence, from European society. Martin Delany is
considered to be the grandfather of Black nationalism.
bogus progressive parties
artificial liberation movements created by neo colonialist that serve as
worthy partners for negotiations and as an intelligence and / or repression
agency against the genuine liberation movement supported by the
oppressed masses.
boycott [boy·cott]
: to refuse to buy, use, or participate in (something) as a way of protesting
: to stop using the goods or services of (a company, country, etc.) until
changes are made
capitalism [kap-i-tl-iz-uh m]
an economic system characterized by private or corporate ownership of
capital goods, by investments that are determined by private decision,
and by prices, production, and the distribution of goods that are
determined mainly by competition in a free market
chakra [chak·ra]
each of the centers of spiritual power in the human body, usually considered to be seven in
chauvinism [chau·vin·ism]
: an attitude that the members of your own sex are always better than
those of the opposite sex
Child support:
an obligation and devoted willingness elevate and move forward the best
interest of our Afrikan youth by means of investing in their holistic needs
(i.e. spiritual, mental, emotional, financial, safety and stability, etc.). Child
support is offered proactively and initiated by Afrikan adults as opposed
to being enforced by system that benefits the White power structure and
agenda over the needs of the Afrikan diaspora.
Central Intelligence Agency: the U.S. federal agency that coordinates
governmental intelligence activities outside the United States.
civil rights
: the rights that every person should have regardless of his or her sex,
race, or religion
classism [class·ism]
: unfair treatment of people because of their social or economic class
coerce [co·erce]
: to make (someone) do something by using force or threats
: to get (something) by using force or threats
cold war
a condition of rivalry, mistrust, and often open hostility short of violence
especially between power groups (as labor and management)
colonialism [ co·lo·nial·ism]
: control by one country over another area and its people
communism [ com·mu·nism]
: a theory advocating elimination of private property
: a system in which goods are owned in common and are available to all
as needed
anunit of individuals and families bound together with the purpose of
establishing and promoting a sense of common unity. one doesn’t have to
be a part of a specific neighborhood or geographic region to be a part of a
competent [ com·pe·tent]
: having the necessary ability or skills : able to do something well or well
enough to meet a standard
conspiracy [ con·spir·a·cy ]
: a secret plan made by two or more people to do something that is
harmful or illegal
: the act of secretly planning to do something that is harmful or illegal
cooperative [ co·op·er·a·tive ]
: relating to a business or organization that is owned and operated by the
people who work there or the people who use its services
corruption [ cor·rup·tion]
: dishonest or illegal behavior especially by powerful people (such as
government officials or police officers)
: something that has been changed from its original form
counterintelligence [ coun·ter·in·tel·li·gence]
: activity meant to hide the truth from an enemy or to prevent the enemy
from learning secret information
coup d'état
a sudden decisive exercise of force in politics; especially
: the necessary violent overthrow or
alteration of an existing government by a small group or weaker class group.
covert [co·vert]
: made, shown, or done in a way that is not easily seen or noticed : secret
or hidden
coward [ cow·ard ]
: someone who is too afraid to do what is right or expected : someone
who is not at all brave or courageous
credibility [cred·i·bil·i·ty]
: the quality of being believed or accepted as true, real, or honest
culture [cul·ture]
: a particular society that has its own beliefs, ways of life, art, etc.
deceit [de·ceit]
: dishonest behavior : behavior that is meant to fool or trick someone
diaspora [ di·as·po·ra]
people settled far from their ancestral homelands <African diaspora>
dictatorship [dic·ta·tor·ship]
: a government or country in which total power is held by a dictator or a
small group
distraction [dis·trac·tion]
: something that amuses or entertains you so that you do not think about
racial issues, social problems, environmental issues, etc.
: the process or system by which goods and services are produced, sold,
and bought in a country or region
: careful use of money, resources, etc.
: something that makes it possible for you to spend less money
egalitarian [ egal·i·tar·i·an]
: aiming for equal wealth, status, etc., for all people
egoism [ego·ism]
: a doctrine that individual self-interest is the actual motive of all
conscious action
elder [ el·der ]
An older, influential member of a family, tribe, or community who prides
wisdom, resources, and motivation for those who are younger.
elitism [elit·ism]
1. practice of or belief in rule by an elite.
2. consciousness of or pride in belonging to a select or favored group.
emasculate [ emas·cu·late]
: to make (a man) feel less masculine : to deprive (a man) of his male
strength, role, etc.
engineered self hate
: an extreme dislike or hatred for oneself or ethnic group that is
engineered by foreign instigators, who benefit directly from the feelings
they implant, monetarily.
espionage [es·pi·o·nage]
the practice of spying or using spies to obtain information about the plans
and activities especially of a foreign government or a competing company
ethnocentric [eth·no·cen·tric]
evaluating other peoples and cultures according to the standards of one's own culture.
extremism [ex·trem·ism]
: belief in and support for ideas that are very far from what most people
consider correct or reasonable
false flag
occurs when elements within a government stage a secret operation
whereby government forces pretend to be a targeted enemy while
attacking their own forces or people.
fascism [fas·cism]
: a way of organizing a society in which a government ruled by a dictator
controls the lives of the people and in which people are not allowed to
disagree with the government
Federal Bureau of Investigation: the federal agency charged with
investigations for the Attorney General and with safeguarding national
feudalism [feu·dal·ism]
a social system in which people work and fight for a wealthy ruling class
who will give them "protection" and the use of land in return.
: a point of view that finds meaning or fulfillment in the future rather than
in the past or present
genetic annihilation
the theory of a race or ethnic group with weaker genes being bred out of
existence by reproducing with races or ethnic groups with stronger genes.
genocide [geno·cide]
: the deliberate extermination of people who belong to a particular racial,
political, or cultural group
holistic [ ho·lis·tic]
: relating to or concerned with complete systems rather than with
individual parts
horticulture [hor·ti·cul·ture]
The science or art of cultivating fruits, vegetables, flowers, or ornamental
human rights
rights (as freedom from unlawful imprisonment, torture, and execution)
regarded as belonging fundamentally to all persons
hypnosis [hyp·no·sis]
a trancelike state in which you can hear and respond to questions or
A system of ideas that provides society and its members with
rationalizations for a way of life, guides for evaluating rightness and
wrongness, and emotional impulses to action.
idolatry [idol·a·try]
the worship of a picture or object as a god, leader, or savior
ignorance [ig·no·rance]
: a lack of knowledge, understanding, or education
imperialism [im-peer-ee-uh-liz-uh m]
: the policy, practice, or advocacy of extending the power, exploitation
and dominion of a nation especially by direct territorial acquisitions
through violent invasions or by gaining indirect control over the political
or economic life of other areas
indictment [ in·dict·ment]
an official written statement charging a person with a crime
: the act of officially charging someone with a crime
individualism [ in·di·vid·u·al·ism]
: the belief that the needs of each person are more important than the
needs of the whole society or group
innovate [in·no·vate ]
: to do something in a new way : to have new ideas about how something
can be done
intelligence [ in·tel·li·gence]
: secret information that a government collects about an enemy or
possible enemy; also : a government organization that collects such
Junk food
:foods with no health benefits, that are high in chemicals, fat, processed sugar, salt, and/or
caffeine. Junk food can include breakfast cereals, candies, chips, cookies, French fries, gum,
hamburgers, hot dogs, ice cream, sodas, and most sweet desserts
liberation [ lib·er·a·tion]
: the act or process of an oppressed group freeing themselves from under
the rule of foreign oppressors or invaders , resulting in a birth of a new
nation, laws, educational system and an economy.
lower class
a social class occupying a position below the middle class and having the
lowest status in a society
maladjusted [mal·ad·just·ed]
poorly or inadequately adjusted; specifically : lacking harmony with
one's environment from failure to adjust one's desires to the conditions of
one's life
(gender specific): an Afrikan male charged with the responsibility to Meet
All Needs of the community and global Afrikan diaspora. Another
meaning of the acronym for M.A.N. is Meeting Afrika’s Needs.
manipulate [ma·nip·u·late]
to control or play upon the psyche of a person or group by well artful, unfair, or
insidious means especially to one's own advantage
M.A.N. U.P.
(non-gender specific): an individual within the Afrikan diaspora charged
with the responsibility to Meet All (Afrika’s) Needs and to Uplift (Unite)
mannerism [man·ner·ism]
: a person's particular way of talking or moving
materialism [ma·te·ri·al·ism]
: a way of thinking that gives too much importance to material
possessions rather than to spiritual or intellectual things
middle class
the social class that is between the upper class and the lower class and
that includes mainly business and professional people, government
officials, and skilled workers
military science
: the principles of military conflict
militia [ mi·li·tia]
: a group of people who are not part of the armed forces of a country but
are trained like soldiers
to deliberately educate improperly to hide truth and to prevent the
masses from critically thinking
modernism [mod·ern·ism]
: a style of art, architecture, literature, etc., that uses ideas and methods
which are very different from those used in the past
narcissism [nar·cis·sism ]
inordinate fascination with oneself; excessive self-love; vanity.
nationalism [na·tion·al·ism]
: a desire by a large group of people (such as people who share the same
culture, history, language, etc.) to form a separate and independent
nation of their own
neocolonialism [ neo·co·lo·nial·ism]
the economic and political policies by which a great power indirectly
maintains or extends its influence over other areas or people
nepotism [nep·o·tism]
: the unfair practice by a powerful person of giving jobs and other favors
to relatives or persons of same sex, race, class, or religion
neurotic [neu·rot·ic]
: often or always fearful or worried about something : tending to worry in
a way that is not healthy or reasonable
neutrality [neu·tral·i·ty]
: the quality or state of not supporting either side in an argument, fight,
war, etc. : the
quality or state of being neutral
usual or ordinary : based on particular beliefs, customs, or lifestyles in a
region or society.
oppression [uh-presh-uh n]
1. the exercise of authority or power in a burdensome, cruel, or unjust
2. an act or instance of oppressing or subjecting to cruel or unjust
impositions or restraints.
3. the state of being oppressed.
4. the feeling of being heavily burdened, mentally or physically, by
troubles, adverse conditions, anxiety, etc.
organize [or·ga·nize]
to arrange by systematic planning and united effort
exclusions enforced on a smaller or weaker group by general consent
from common privileges or social acceptance
Pan–Africanism [Pan–Af·ri·can·ism ]
: a movement for the political union of all the African nations
:The laws and representation that benefit those of the African Diaspora.
passive [pas-iv]
not reacting visibly to something that might be expected to produce
manifestations of an emotion or feeling.
Perversion [per·ver·sion]
the alteration of something from its original course, meaning, or state to a
distortion or corruption of what was first intended.
sexual behavior or desire that is considered abnormal or unacceptable.
plutocracy [plu·toc·ra·cy]
a class, government or group ruling, or exercising power or influence , by virtue of its wealth.
Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome[PTSS]
is a theory that explains the etiology of many of the adaptive survival
behaviors in African American communities throughout the United States
and the Diaspora. It is a condition that exists as a consequence of
multi-generational oppression of Africans and their descendants resulting
from centuries of chattel slavery.
preventive measures
to attack or offensively plan before the perceived enemy makes a move.
proletarian [pro·le·tar·i·an]
a person who has low social status : a member of the working class
propaganda [pro·pa·gan·da]
: ideas or statements that are often false or exaggerated and that are
spread in order to help a cause, a political leader, a government, etc.
protect [pro·tect]
: to keep (someone or something) from being harmed, lost, etc.
psychological warfare
the use of propaganda, threats, and other psychological techniques to
mislead, intimidate, demoralize, or otherwise influence the thinking or
behavior of an opponent.
puppet goverment
a government which is endowed with the outward symbols of authority
but in which direction and control are exercised by another power
reactionary / reactionist
: adjective
1. of, pertaining to, marked by, or favoring reaction, especially extreme
conservatism or rightism in politics; opposing political or social change.
:noun, plural reactionaries.
2. a reactionary person.
rebellion [ re·bel·lion]
: an effort by many people to change the government or leader of a
country by the use of protest or violence
: open opposition toward a person or group in authority
: refusal to obey rules or accept normal standards of behavior, dress, etc.
synonym revolution, uprising, revolt, insurrection, mutiny
reform [re·form]
to improve (someone or something) by removing or correcting faults,
problems, etc.
resistance [re·sis·tance]
often capitalized : an underground organization of a conquered or nearly
conquered country engaging in secret operations against invading and
oppressive forces and collaborators.
revolutionary [ rev·o·lu·tion·ary]
person directly involved in the struggle against imperialism, oppression,
white supremacy etc., rather globally or locally.
riot [ ri·ot]
a violent public disorder; specifically : a tumultuous disturbance of the
public peace by three or more persons assembled together and acting
with a common intent
sanction [ sanc·tion]
an action that is taken or an order that is given to force a country to obey
"international laws" by limiting or stopping trade with that country, by not
allowing economic aid for that country, etc.
segregation [seg·re·ga·tion]
: the involuntary or voluntary practice of keeping people of different
races, religions, etc., separate from each other
an extreme dislike or hatred of oneself, or being angry at or even
prejudiced against oneself. The term is also used to designate a dislike or
hatred of a group, family, social class, or stereotype to which one belongs
and/or has. For instance, "ethnic self-hatred" is the extreme dislike of
one's ethnic group or cultural classification.
separatism [sep·a·rat·ism]
: a belief in, movement for, or state of separation by a specific race,
religious group, class group etc. (segregation)
sharecropping [share·crop·ping]
a forced fear based partnership between an oppressed person or family
with a person with land and crops. The oppressed persons can live on the
land for the trade of labor of all able bodies who will be tenants on the
land. With the tenants often being over worked to live under horrendous
slave food
food with no health benefits forced upon an enslaved group of people
that isn't a part of their natural or original diet.
slave language
a language forced upon a group of people during a period of enslavement
to strip cultural ties and heritage.
: a way of organizing a society in which major industries are owned and
controlled by the government rather than by individual people and
social class
refers to a group of people with similar levels of wealth, influence, and
social control
All the means and processes whereby a group or society secures its
members’ conformity to its expectations
social disorganization
deals with the problems of maladjustment and malfunctioning, including
problems of crime and delinquency, poverty and dependency, population
movements, physical and mental disease and vice.
social engineering
the manipulation of the social position and function of individuals in order
to manage change in a society
social order
a system of people, relationships and customs operating in unison to
accomplish the goals of a society
social system
the people in a society considered as a system organized by a
characteristic pattern of relationships
sociology [so·ci·ol·o·gy]
the study of society, social institutions, and social relationships
Stockholm syndrome
an emotional attachment to a captor, slave master, or oppressor formed
by a hostage as a result of continuous stress, dependence, and a need to
cooperate for survival.
stratagem [strat-uh-juh m]
1. a plan, scheme, or trick for surprising or deceiving an enemy.
2. any artifice, ruse, or trick devised or used to attain a goal or to gain an
advantage over an adversary or competitor:
susu saving
is an informal means of collecting and saving money through a savings
club or partnership
Swahili [ Swa·hi·li ]
a Bantu language that is a trade and governmental language over much of
East Africa and in the Congo region
Technology [ tech·nol·o·gy]
: the use of science in industry, engineering, etc., to invent useful things or
to solve problems
terrorism [ter·ror·ism]
the use of violent acts to frighten the people in an area as a way of trying
to achieve a political goal
tyranny [tyr·an·ny]
: cruel and unfair treatment by people with power over others
: a government in which all power belongs to one person : the rule or
authority of a tyrant
unity [uni·ty]
: to work together towards common goals and advancements of
: a condition of harmony
upper class
a social class occupying a position above the middle class and having the
highest status in a society
utilitarianism [ util·i·tar·i·an·ism]
the belief that a morally good action is one that helps the greatest
number of people
warfare [ war·fare]
: activity that is done as part of a struggle between competing nations,
groups, companies, etc.`
a person who fights in battles( physical, mental,business,etc) and is known
for having courage and skill
wealth [welth]
all material objects that have economic utility; especially : the stock of
useful goods having economic value in existence at any one time
white supremacist
a person who believes that the white race is inherently superior to other
races and that white people should have control over people of other
races education, laws, economy etc
white supremacy
the practice of controlling other races through education, the justice
system, politics, military power, propaganda, etc.