Monthly Progress Report — December 2012

Listen Siblings, I come in peace,

“Organized Justice defeats Organized Injustice” — An African Blood Siblings Core Tenet

This December marks when the African Blood Siblings released its Core Tenets and asked its readership to Print and Distribute Flyers. So far many have printed and distributed. In this new year, it’s hoped that many more do so. We are a race that suffers due our disorganization; the promotion of organization remains among our most noble and intelligent endeavors.

This month, WordPress added a new feature. Now, one can tell how many visitors one has for the day including how many articles were viewed. So, the ABS was blessed with between eight-hundred and seventeen-hundred readers, six new subscribers, one online donor and two article contributors. Unfortunately, there were no applicants for organization.  Contact us.

This was a good month and next month will be good as well. The theme will be John Edward Bruce; a name you should not forget again. Another year, same problems, same solutions: Organize! Subscribe, share, love.

Monthly Progress Report — December 2012
By Onitaset Kumat

Political Progress Report

  1. Racial Progress in Self-Determination
    • No New Units of Organization this month. A Unit composes Thirteen Africans whom balance one another in Political, Economical and Cultural Knowledge assuring Collective Action that progresses Racial Independence in Food, Clothing, Shelter and Consciousness.
    • No New African Blood Siblings Community Centers (ABSCC) this month. An ABSCC is a Community Center to reconnect African people into an African environment which serves as the foundation for a Prosperous, Independent African Community.
  2. Racial Progress in Society
    • Estimated: Between 800 – 1,700 Readers from over 80 countries.
    • 7 New Subscribers this month. 151 in total with 14 from Tumblr.
    • Commenters this month were sittinducks (US), omalone1 (UK), Kushite Prince (US), Qhamani (SA), moorbey (US). All are great friends to the Newsletter. I am thankful to all for their continued support.
    • Contributors this month were Dallas Newton (“Bigger Than The ‘Central Park 7′”) and Paige Adams (“Why Aren’t More Blacks Adopting?”)

Economical Progress Report

    1. Racial Progress in Production
      • “Maroon and Build For Self” didn’t have any online customers this month. “Maroon and Build For Self” is the pamphlet which challenges European Mis-Education while helping to sustain the African Blood Siblings Newsletter.
      • The sale of African Blood Siblings literature had to be done on the streets.
    2. Racial Progress in Value
      • The African Blood Siblings had one online donor this month. I extend my appreciation to this Sister. Thanks so much! You give me strength!
      • Other donations for the ABS were collected on the streets.

Cultural Progress Report

  1. Racial Progress in Identity
    • No new quiz results this month. The Quiz is an open-ended assessment of how one thinks and how one could play a role in a Unit of Organization.
    • Ancestral Recognitions were numerous: given the Ancients, Zora Neale Hurston, W.E.B. Du Bois, the Dahomeyans, Martin Delany,  Richard Wright (Dallas Newton) and more.
  2. Racial Progress in Sex
    • No new applicants this month. An Applicant is someone who expresses interest in joining the African Blood Siblings to create Racial Independence in Food, Clothing, Shelter and Consciousness.
    • No new membership this month. Membership pertains to those who are qualified for a Unit of Organization as discerned by the Quiz, an Interview and Readership.

2 thoughts on “Monthly Progress Report — December 2012

  1. Congrats on your latest monthly progress report! Knowing that this year will be bigger and better! Thank you for taking this chance and opportunity to spread the word! Blessings abound!

    1. Thank you Sister Veronica,

      This month will honour John Edward Bruce. It’s my hope that this honouring resounds among us, and several more applicants come forward to join in uplifting our race!

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