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From Niggas to Gods, Part One

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Here is a title that is very popular, but flying under the radar of the mainstream and even the Black media (what little remains of it).

 

From Niggas to Gods, Part One by Akil  (Lushena Books, 1993)

 

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Students from Chatham Academy review From Niggas to Gods
 

 

 

Excerpt: 
So, here we are. Here we are, the Mothers and Fathers of Supreme Civilization, living within the most self-destructive uncivilized state of mind, called “Nigga”. “Nigga” is a state of mind that leads to a state of existence. ” Nigga” is a state of mind and existence in which we live. so here we are
 
How did we get here? We have not always lived within this state of mind. We once lived within a state of mind that produced Supreme Black Excellence, and Supreme Black Genius. Our Ancestors called this state of mind and state of existence “God”. We were all divine Gods and Goddesses, but Children of the most high God, who serves as our Master Teacher toward the divinity within our own nature.
 
Well as you know, we are no longer existing on the level of ” God and Goddesses”, we are now existing on the level of “Niggas”. We have been psychologically, biologically, and therefore spiritually reduced from “Gods to Niggas”. We have destroyed and reduced to dust.
 
Look, all of this tragedy is true, but wait! Today is a good day! Today is a new day! This is the beginning of our re-contruction. The day of our destruction is over.

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