ALL OUT MATHEMATICS WEEKEND CEMOTAP AND BEPAA DECEMBER 23 AND 24

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Quotation Food For Thought: Martin Luther King Ebony March 1958

Question: " ... Isn’t it time for us to stop begging and stand on our own feet?"

ANSWER FROM DR MARTIN LUTHER KING: "I quite agree that there is a great deal that the Negro can do to lift himself by his own bootstraps. Well has it been said by one that Negroes too often buy what they want and beg for what they need. Negroes must learn to practice systematic saving. They must also pool their economic resources through various cooperative enterprises. Such agencies as credit unions, savings and loan associations, and finance companies are needed in every Negro community. All of these are things that would serve to lift the economic level of the Negro which would in turn give him greater purchasing power. This increased purchasing power will inevitably make for better housing, better health standards, and for better educational standards."--'Dr. Martin Luther King

We could whisper in one person's ear in the Black Community that Beyonce was going to be at CEMOTAP or BEPAA next weekend, leave off the time and the admission price and both venues would be packed.

We can email to thousands of people what's really going on FOR FREE at CEMOTAP and BEPAA next weekend and people will tell us when they see us, "Why didn't you let somebody know."

If any of them knew what was really in our hearts when they say that to us they would be afraid to say that to us.

BUT YOU'RE NOT ONE OF THOSE PHONIES, SO DON'T BE AFRAID ----COME AND bring a Black friend, Bring a Black youngster needing inspiration in mathematics.

its free and its good for African People. We Love Our People

THIS IS WHAT IS REALLY HAPPENING NEXT WEEKEND.

MATHEMATICS WEEKEND: TWO EXCELLENT FREE PROGRAMS ON THE CONTRIBUTION OF BLACK PEOPLE TO MATHEMATICS BY THE ESTEEMED MATHEMATICIAN.

Dr. Abdurrahman Munajj A.K.A. Dr. Brett Simms

The first program Is at CEMOTAP 135-05 Rockaway Boulevard, South Ozone Park Queens on Saturday December 23 at 2 PM. The Topic is "The African Contribution to Mathematics."

The second program is at John Henrik Clarke House at 286 Convent Avenue, NY, NY, 10031 on Sunday December 24 at 3:00.

"The Topic is Remembering Mathematician Extraordinaire Dr. Abdulalim Shabazz"

The programs are on different but related subjects in Black History and Mathematics.

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