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The Afrikan-Amerikan Community Emergency Response Network Manual

Updated: Jun 1, 2021

Many people in Afrikan-American communities do not think strategically or tactically, and this is one of the major obstacles towards solving day-to-day problems and moving forward as a People. This includes unpreparedness for natural disasters or major crises. Attempts to prepare are often planned at the last minute when food and/or emergency supplies are depleted, and competition for limited supplies leads to looting in order to obtain the basic necessities to survive. If Afrikan-American people truly value their safety, Hurricane Katrina is proof that they cannot afford to depend on the government or any outside sources as it makes their vulnerability more fragile. It’s time to do for the Afrikan-American communities what they are capable of doing for themselves. The emergency network and/or manual are no longer an option; it is a necessity for survival. This manual is a blue-print in the service of Afrikan-American communities and contains two inter-connecting components: a plan for the individual family and a more complex and long-range plan designed to prepare their communities. Political prisoner Abdul Olugbala Shakur consistently serves the New Afrikan community and has been at the forefront in combating gang violence and other criminality in the Black community. His tireless commitment to improving the daily lives of those in society can be seen through the broad body of work he has developed and contributed to creating. Shakur has accomplished this while being incarcerated for close to 40 years, with almost 33 years in solitary confinement. click this link to purchase book or e book

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