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...Will We Learn Them, Covet Them, And Practice Them? There Is Promise In The Air!
The Black Slave, after receiving this indoctrination, shall carry on and will become self-refueling and self-generating for hundreds of years, maybe thousands.
Don't forget, you must pitch the ‘Old Black vs. the Young Black Male,’ and the ‘Young Black male against the Old Black male. You must use the ‘Dark Skinned Slaves vs. the Light Skinned Slaves,’ and the ‘Light Skinned Slaves’ vs. the ‘Dark Skinned Slaves.’ You must use the ‘Female vs. the Male,’ and the ‘Male vs. the Female.’ You must also have your servants and overseers ‘Distrust all Blacks,’ but it is necessary that your slaves trust and depend on us. They must love, respect, and trust only us.
Gentlemen, these kits are your keys to control, use them. Have your wives and children use them. Never miss opportunity.
My plan is guaranteed, and the good thing about this plan is that if used intensely for one year, the slaves themselves will remain perpetually distrustful.
~ “I Caught a Whiff of Burning Meat” ~
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‘The Controversial Yet Poignant and Profound Posting Site:
Many of the Nations Prolific Writers and Authors and their written works Can Be Found
From Outstanding and World Renowned Enterprises such as:
‘Nature.com,’ ‘Fortune,’ ‘Wired,’ ‘EdTech,’ ‘Venture Beat,’ ‘The Economist,’ and ‘San Francisco Business Times,’ etc., just to name a few!
…Look No Further!
‘Fortune Magazine Says:
“Scientists win when they are social with their work, a study shows”
Mathew Ingram @mathewi
MAY 8, 2015, 12:58 PM EDT
“Scientists who shared their papers on the service got 83% more citations than those who didn’t.”
The study also showed that posting a paper on Academia.edu was better—from a citation point of view—than just publishing it on a personal blog, or on any of the sites that also offer open-access scientific publishing, such as ArXiv or PLoS (the Public Library of Science). After five years, papers published on Academia.edu had an average of 75% more citations than those published elsewhere online.
‘Times Higher Education’ T.H.E. (World University Rankings says:
“Sharing is a way of life for millions on Academia.edu”
The head of the online academic social network discusses open goals and communal joys
Chris Parr Twitter: @ChrisParrTHE
June 12, 2014
“There is a wave going through academia. People are still a little obsessed with getting papers in high-profile journals, but that is changing.”
It is difficult to argue with Richard Price, founder and chief executive of the online academic social network Academia.edu, when he says that academics are growing weary of traditional publishing processes and increasingly want to share their papers openly online. After all, his website, to which academics upload their papers for the world to see, recently passed 10 million registered users – a figure that he believes represents more than half the academics in the world.
“The act or process of educating or being educated; the knowledge or skill obtained or developed by a learning process!”
Inquiries into furthering my educational aspirations were made to various colleges within my immediate environmental area. Several of the schools contacted required placement exams that I did not challenge, as I am adept and very capable of dealing with college examinations. The thing that got to me was the disparaging remarks from some college recruiters regarding their standards for education as opposed to another college. One of the schools that I’ve attended is a two-year degree school while the other is as well. They hold real estate in the same zip code and competed for students in the same local. They both educated local students as well as out of state and students from other countries and nations.
One school considered itself superior to the other by reason of accreditation. The school that was described as inferior did not have middle states accreditation. The school was described as below standard by the other. The so-called superior school is lead and operated by a non-HBCU affiliation while the other happened to be lead and operated by an African American staff. The self-described superior school has made plans, designs, and did bid for the take-over of the African American school. Albeit, the self-described superior school admits that it does not and will not accept credentials from the so-called inferior school. I have attended both of these institutions and received very good instruction from its teachers as well. While the lessons learned were an invaluable source of information, the education that I received from personal academic research (self-taught) has enhanced my knowledge base. Money was not a factor in my personal research, study, and/or practicum. I would add, the knowledge and information that was derived from the HBCU School proved to be equally rewarding as the other if not better!
“Quality Education vs. Accreditation”
“Even a man, who is pure of heart and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the ‘Wolfsbane’ blooms and the Autumn Moon is bright.”
"You unlock this door with a key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension, a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. You're moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas...you've just crossed over into the 'Twilight Zone.'"
…Til Next Time!
In Pride, Justice, Peace, and Love,
~ ”SANKOFA” the “MAAFA” ~