Contrary to much of the urban decay, hopelessness and exclusion that many are feeling, we propose that wonderfully, healthy alternatives are available to us. We take responsibility for building our own self-determined living environments, educate our children toward scientific excellence within our cultural traditions and move rapidly toward a healthy and sustainable reality. Kujichagulia Villages are an alternative.
You know how long my attention has focused on self-determined solutions to persisting problems against which we have persistingly railed. It's time to take our ranting to reality. Powerful forces are rising in the world, and not all of them are contrary to our ambitions toward sustainable development. Through Black Star Media Global, LIBRadio/LIBtv, and the Conscious Rasta Press, we are constantly investigating and highlighting these changes. Ours is “Cutting Edge Research to Serve an Emerging Leadership.” One consistent philosophy has persisted when we see an opportunity to ride these changes to global group empowerment: "Get in. Get in Early. Get in deep!"
Are you ready to invest in our group's future development? Kujichagulia Villages anyone?
This Phase One funding round will be used to publish a solid business plan, organize an executive team, produce perks and incentives that we will use toward marketing the village, create promotional materials, and attend conferences where we can present our working plan to the larger community.
This work has already begun yet needs to accelerate immediately. Powerful changes in society and the economy around us demand that we engage a masterful plan for alternative pathways to economic freedom, productivity, community security, and justice. Your support is greatly needed and appreciated in multiple areas. In the long run, this is a new beginning for a profitable group of businesses that will allow each of us to prosper and to transfer wealth to the next generations.
Today is the day that we will look back to with pride that we saw the opportunity, stood up with pride, and did the right thing.