The Past and Future of Black Consciousness With Professor Manu Ampim

Professor Manu Ampim is one of the premier warrior-scholars within our community, the creator of the 7-Step primary research course, and a tireless defender of our true culture!

“Documentation beats conversation” – Prof. Manu Ampim Quote

Around 19 minutes into the interview, Professor Ampim goes in on so-called ‘community leaders’ who embrace the M.E.S. (money, egocentrism, and sex). I other words, he builds on how motivational speakers and showmen in the conscious community become corrupt. 

Instead of speaking and teaching for the purpose of liberating the minds of our people, these corrupt speakers exploit their audiences. It is a sad state of affairs that I have seen from behind the scenes.

I was happy to hear Professor Ampim go in on the importance of time mastery (a concept that I constantly reinforce within our organization). During the interview, he said “Some of the greatest men and women of our time have been sticklers with time. The great Malcolm X, his position was if you didn’t wear a watch he didn’t trust you. And people would always say you could time Dubois actions based on the time of day.”

Here Is What You Will Learn

  • The 5 African Rites of Passage
  • How individuals intentionally infiltrate the community to make money, to sexually compromise the members of their audience or group, and to stroke their own ego. Professor Ampim gives some real-life examples that might shock you
  • Why ‘study groups’ are actually part of the problem
  • How we reached our current condition of miseducation
  • Professor Manu Ampim’s crusade to rescue irreplaceable pieces of Nubian history

… and how we can inspire our youth by bringing back initiation rites of passage.

Resources Mentioned In This Episode

I have repeatedly suggested that members of the community read The Destruction of Black Civilization, and Professor Ampim confirms why – it was the book that led to his breakthrough. Buy a copy below. It could change your life.

Destruction of Black Civilization: Great Issues of a Race from 4500 B.C. to 2000 A.D.
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Destruction of Black Civilization: Great Issues of a Race from 4500 B.C. to 2000 A.D.
  • Hardcover Book
  • Chancellor, Williams (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)

In the interview, Professor Ampim mentions the National Black Independent Political Party. I hadn’t heard about the organization before, but here is more information:

The National Black Independent Political Party

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Professor Manu Ampim Books

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