|Cover graphic from 1995 Emerge magazine|
1. Demand that the Attorney General protect human rights of ALL citizens. If he/she does not, voice concerns before a United Nations tribunal.
2. Read slave accounts and delineate the "house" negro from the "field" negro and the master from the manager in your daily life.
3. Practice Brotherhood/Sisterhood.
4. Ask for God's blessings, grow spiritually, have a global world view.
5. Don't fear cowards, but arm yourself.
6. Don't put your faith in the federal government to identify terrorists. Make it a part of your agenda to identify those bent on harming you.
7. Start businesses by pooling wealth and intellect like European, Asian, and Hispanic immigrants.
8. Concentrate on reaching and cultivating the common man, the man in the street.
9. Bring about the freedom of Black people By Any Means Necessary.
10. Visit museums to learn about your true history.